Today I want to write about what I’m calling the “I did something fallacy”. If this has already been named please let me know! Also, this is not meant to be a direct criticism of Obama, that medal meme is very common and that is why I used it. Anyways. Essentially society, especially committees/groups, end… Read More Problems of Symbolism: The I did something fallacy
We look at the world the wrong way. All too often we think of how things were or are. Will things get back to normal? I wish we could back to simpler times. That restaurant is good. Those mountains were formed millenia ago. The climate shouldn’t be changing. COVID is bad but viral pneumonia is… Read More Trusting the “Science” and the Delta Variant
Let’s face it, no one wants or has time to read all the terms of service when they install some software or go to a website. Most people are just going to click I agree and move on with their lives. Thankfully the courts, at least in the US, agree with you. Terms of Service… Read More Does Anyone Really Read The Terms of Service?
Many people come to me with ideas for projects. They have this idea for a great real estate application to sell their clients with, an anonymous messaging app, a way to make money in the options market, etc. And sometimes I might have an idea too but all too often I’ve found myself coming short… Read More Why to Work with Passion (selecting projects)
Many major media outlets make a commotion about the Redskins football team.  USA Today Huffington Post StreamTheir name is considered a racial slur and supporters of the name are lambasted as racist like the Confederate flag  Washington Post. Sure it’s offensive but what makes ‘Redskins’ more offensive than any other racial slur that we use everyday?… Read More Redskins name not the real problem