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Steve Case
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Systems Engineer into technology, marketing, social media, and asking "What Are You Trying To Accomplish?"
Systems Engineer into technology, marketing, social media, and asking "What Are You Trying To Accomplish?"

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This explains a lot about why TV (and social media) tend to degrade quickly to the lowest common denominator:

I'm not saying that television is vulgar and dumb because the people who compose the Audience are vulgar and dumb. Television is the way it is simply because people tend to be extremely similar in their vulgar and prurient and dumb interests and wildly different in their refined and aesthetic and noble interests.” - David Foster Wallace

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I wrote this last year, inspired by +Western Digital's #PiDay tie-in with the #RaspberryPi. Maybe they've got something clever planned for this year?

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Google decided to stylize my picture of #peppers. What do you think?
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#MtRainier behind traffic in the late afternoon sun.
Nice automatic #animation by Google.
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Some parts of my 2016 ended-up much differently than I expected. Yours?

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It's not unusual to see end-of-the-year lists. It is unusual to find that I'm quoted in one. Honored to have +GeekWire call me out as one of their "top geeks".
What was the most important technology of 2016? Here’s what our top geeks say

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What's old is new again. This is a fascinating look at improvised #technology from several decades ago. With vinyl records making a comeback, I have to wonder what similar inventions are happening away from the public eye now.

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The Fourth Transformation, a book by +Robert Scoble and +shel israel, will become available next week. Here's that you need to know about it.

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Seeing my name under someone else's Letter To The Editor made me wonder who really wrote it. Not the first time I've wondered how many of us there are.
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