Blockchain Will Not Provide A Viable Alternative for Doing Business

Blockchain suffers from some intrinsic contradictions that will keep it from becoming a new way of doing business on any sort of large, legitimate scale. 

Lyft Goes Public: What the Next Wave of Tech IPOs Means

Let's label 2019 as the Yearnicorn - or the year when Silicon Valley's latest crop of billion-dollar companies goes public. What does that mean exactly for the ride-sharing industry?

A Positive Vision of an AI Future – The AI Sweet Spot

The coming revolution of artificial intelligence can seem scary to the average human. But even if we all end up as cyborgs, there is going to be a sweet spot where AI assists us to make our personal goals come true.

The Decline in Facebook is Real, Very Real

Facebook is in trouble. The scandals are taking their toll and users are fleeing. Their recently announced plan to merge their apps into an encrypted messaging platform seems nice on the surface, but dig a little deeper and you will see a hidden plan to avoid the coming storm.

The GDPR Is Not Protecting Consumers

It's been the better part of a year since the GDPR came into effect in Europe, how's it doing? Well it's definitely not protecting consumers. Here's a rant about it!