We’ve been in it for quite some time. But do we realize how much it has changed us? And how different it turned out compared to expectations?
I was upset. Joe Rogan was promoting dangerous lies and Spotify was supporting him. So I broke it off. To send a message. Inspired by Neil Young, Joni Mitchell and many other artists I highly respect. It didn’t last–and the reason is interesting.
With bad news flowing out of Ukraine like a waterfall, here’s the good news: Russia’s cyberwar failed.
Of course we notice them. Some of them. The small things that change our lives. We embrace them, like them. And we completely ignore them in our planning …
Did you know that Facebook has more than 1.2 million servers in operation? And that they are run by 100 employees? This means that the new standard for operations is 12,000 servers per employee. Does it sound OK?
The appeal comes from mr. Intellectual Capital, renowned professor Leiv Edvinsson. A message he has repeated for years. What does he mean? Is he talking about me? About us?
We might as well say it out loud. The pandemic may seem to have taken a break, but don’t be fooled. There are more quarantine, lockdown and social restrictions coming. Many of them will become permanent. This is the time to redefine the norm.