I think, deep down, everyone on this planet fears what the long-term impact of the 20th and 21st Century of Humanity is.
Great article by Benedict Evans.
I recently re-established my profile at LinkedIn after deleting it a year ago because I was sick of all of the spam. This makes me think twice about that.
Great advice from Kareem
“So what I finally decided was, art is simply inevitable. It was on the wall of a cave in France 30,000 years ago, and it’s because we are a species that’s driven by narrative. Art is storytelling, and we need to tell stories to pass along ideas and information, and to try and make sense out of all this chaos. And sometimes when you get a really good artist and a compelling story, you can almost achieve that thing that’s impossible which is entering the consciousness of another human being—literally seeing the world the way they see it. Then, if you have a really good piece of art and a really good artist, you are altered in some way, and so the experience is transformative and in the minute you’re experiencing that piece of art, you’re not alone. You’re connected to the arts. So I feel like that can’t be too bad.”
Some amazing stuff here.
My friend (and Lawyer) Dan Simpson and I, have teamed up on a new blog with the sole purpose of calling out stupidity in the world of Intellectual Property law. Check it out …
“Instead of Beyonce, should we change the Super Bowl halftime show to just Adrian Peterson pissing in a cup at midfield?”
I’m no fan of Beyonce. Sounds good to me!
Anyone in the US still missing those manufacturing jobs we’ve lost to China?