Category Archives: privacy
Face it, you’re naked in public. It’s not a bad dream, it’s our waking moments exposing our every intent and interest, until we are all well – naked. Before I realized that Foursquare doesn’t give me very much in return, I was checking in across the planet, I gave them my location to tweet at […]
This post details 5 core discussion themes around the government and privacy and is in follow-up to the last post on privacy and transparency.
What do you think, dear reader? Let me know. -c- As we started to discuss in the last post, we are working our way through the Pew Internet and American Life Project, the Future of the Internet (click on the text for link) in 2020. In our last thread, we focused on the device – […]
In a recent presentation my colleague, Jim Rudd and I gave to a 7,400-store retailer, I included a forward look at Communities. I am interested in your reactions to these – what do you agree with? What do you think is utter rubbish? Let me know. 1. The proliferation of communities will drive massive “discernment” (meaning tuning out) and […]