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Blogs by

Adam Winfield

With Facebook, Google, Netflix, Spotify, and precious few other platforms establishing a new monopoly on how the masses are informed and entertained, a Big Media fit for the internet age has emerged. The early promise

James Zdralek has devoted much of the past two years to a whitepaper – The Future is Money – that does no less than propose a new blockchain-powered monetary system running on inflation-proof, bubble-resistant digital

Insurance is part of the glue that holds modern society together, helping governments maintain economic stability and decent standards of living. Regrettably, it also has a tendency to degenerate into a predatory racket if lawmakers

Let’s teach as many kids as possible to code. Our future depends on it. That’s a statement that not too long ago we took for granted as unambiguously correct and non-controversial. Now, there are some

Last year, KPMG published research that suggested CEOs consider the next three years to be more important for their business than the last 50. Hyperbolic as that sounds, few would dispute it contains at least

My first conversation with SAP digital and social channels senior director Gail Moody-Byrd, a black woman based in the heart of Silicon Valley, fell on the day a Google engineer was fired for his widely-shared

The rise of cryptocurrencies and blockchains has people speculating whether the technologies will lead to a libertarian future, in which governments and corporations lose their grip on centralized power, an authoritarian future, in which they

The higher education-career template is still the undisputed way to go for many living in developed countries. In Canada, where I live, more than two million people fill the country’s universities and colleges. 53% of

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, published in 1974 by Robert M. Pirsig, has been called the biggest-selling and most widely read philosophy book ever. A fictionalized autobiography of a motorcycle road trip the

The great irony of ‘social’ media is that its users, desperately seeking a renewed tribal sense of belonging in an increasingly virtual world, often end up feeling even more isolated. The same can be said