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Happy grandpa, trying to keep up with the digital future. Most of my work has been in the hospitality industry. Interested in digital culture, the Global Village(s), curation, collaboration and crowdsourcing efforts for good ideas to solve the issues confronting the planet. Also like sci-fi and historical fiction and co-host Inkwell.vue on the WELL and host a topic on Digital Culture there as well.
Overeducated with 3 Masters Degrees: Religion, Theology, and Philosophy (Ancient and Medieval)...paralled the theology with the philosophy. Was a paid minister in several denominations for 10 years in SoCal.
Totally into networking, collaboration and cooperation now.
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Monthly Archives: October 2011
The Arab Spring may well morph into the Winter of America’s discontent; welcome to Smart Mobs. What’s currently confusing to the establishment is the lack of a well-stated agenda for the Occupy Wall Street movement. That’s due to the fact that this … Continue reading
Let’s take a look at what’s cookin’ in the digital kitchen these days. There are 3 big causes and 2 big effects that impact everything, before we even start a meal: Moore’s Law, Metcalf’s Law, Reed’s Law, the Network Effect … Continue reading