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This is me wearing my CEO hat helping you connect with your most important passions. Our members sometimes find new careers in areas they always dreamed of working in. Or they start a new business based on one of their passionate interests or hobbies.

ThreeSpaces social platform is an example of the core principles I follow when it comes to privacy and individual rights on the Internet. Our members know exactly what they have made public about themselves. Everything else is held strictly private with no leaking. A member's persona is determined entirely by her and is not subject to outside influences that may not represent the member's personal world view. Social interaction and communication is handled outside of a member's public persona page. This design maintains the integrity of the persona concept and lessens the opportunity for damaging outside influences on members' personas.

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September 25, 2017 06:14PM

I really like this definition of success by Earl Nightingale:

"Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal or ideal"

Bob Proctor of the Proctor Gallagher Institute elaborates further in the video:

September 20, 2017 07:18PM

I really like what Apple is doing here to improve privacy.

Apple Responds to Safari 11 Criticism From Advertising Groups: 'People Have a Right to Privacy'

June 01, 2017 02:16PM

The Father of Android Is Back, and He?s Built the Anti-iPhone

May 29, 2017 12:30PM

This ex-Googler got backing from Peter Thiel and Max Levchin to build a LinkedIn killer

May 22, 2017 05:40PM

How billionaire tech mogul Elon Musk got his start

May 19, 2017 05:40PM

Critical to your team's culture: Equal air time

April 03, 2017 05:15PM

Why More Tech Companies Are Hiring People Without Degrees

March 29, 2017 04:12PM

Evidence That Robots Are Winning the Race for American Jobs

April 03, 2012 03:58PM


They say we are in a jobless economic recovery. Actually, this situation has been a long time coming. Technology and outsourcing/offshoring have allowed corporations to manage their operations with a lot less employees. Wall Street has demanded that corporations layoff staff to improve profitability. 42% of our economy now come from financial services as opposed to manufacturing which hires more employees and can offer more jobs to those without a college degree.

Cities and states are laying off teachers and other support staff in an effort to balance their budgets. The US requires the creation of 120,000 new jobs each month just to keep up with the increase of the labour pool graduating from high school and college.

Not all is doomed however. High tech hiring is still a bright spot with some specialities is high demand. But the writing is on the wall! Like everywhere else, technology itself is allowing companies to hire less at lower cost. This is true even in the health care industry which is poised to benefit greatly from an increased use of technoogy. The growth in the use of open source means less programmers with less experience can build very good products in a shorter space of time. So, employment contracts are shorter with a lot less guarantees.

It is not difficult to see where these trends may lead us. There is now no such thing as a steady or stable job. In addition, we are likely seeing a race to the bottom as far as wages go.