We are too busy to eat in my house. Too busy to look up from our iPhones. Too busy to stop posting to Facebook. Too busy to not give into Instagram narcissism while harassing our cats. It was the dawn of discovering just how terrible a parent I am by enabling digital consumption as a […]Read more "Why McDonald’s Greatest Point of Inflection is Upon Them"
This is probably more of a thought than a post but two things struck me over Madonna’s release of her latest video on Snapchat: Good for her. The stigma of Snapchat being an app of unsavory content and mischief is old and tiresome. They have a userbase that exceeds 100 million with 1 in 5 […]Read more "Madonna, Snapchat and the Art of Discovery"
Hello? Hello? Hello? Is there anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me. Is there anyone at home? It can’t be easy being Jeff Bezos. Yes I know it’s difficult to sympathize with the CEO of Amazon.com, directly or indirectly employing 100,000 people, and billions of dollars in revenues, while ranking as one […]Read more "Echo: The Right Product, Five Years Too Early…I Mean Late…I Mean Early"
This is a notice for Metro Detroit. In the past I’ve spoken at length on the topic of Social Purpose. This program we’ve undertaken follows suit. Our SapientNitro Detroit office is launching a new community service initiative on Saturday, called RhinoCoders! Staff in the office will be offering FREE coding classes to kids in the […]Read more "Do Your Kids Want To Learn How To Code?"
I don’t think I need to offer a preamble, but I wanted to publish my thoughts so bear with me. Like many others, I rushed to purchase the iPhone 6, checking in via Swarm, tweeting my purchase and all-in-all genuinely excited at the prospects of upgrading my current device to all that the 4.7″ 6 […]Read more "Why I Canceled My iPhone 6 Order"
I’ve referred to Detroiters as masochists. We’ve seen our industries collapse bankrupting our city in the process, with widespread corruption inside our local government to boot. We’ve been a national punchline for Congressmen and comedians alike. Yet there’s a certain je ne sais quioi in terms of Detroit’s public image and designer turned entrepreneur Tommey […]Read more "How Tommey Walker Turned Detroit Into A Movement"