So Long and Thanks for All the Kitsch

I’m an obsessive experimenter, let’s start there. My wife, bless her, has put up with my relentless onslaught of hobbies, fueled in equal parts curiosity and ADHD. The upshot of this behavior is that I get to play a small role in…


The Metaverse blurs the lines between the digital and physical, but at what level does this distinction matter?

Like any term that rapidly swells in the public consciousness, it’s hard to align in the early days on exactly what the word is meant to represent. Despite the age of the term “Metaverse” — coined by Neal Stephenson in his novel Snow Crash 30 years ago — it’s gaining…


A passion project, a book about the next decade of emerging technologies, of what they can add to the world, has finally hit the market. It all started as a Medium post two and a half years ago about Blockchain technology and the Cryptocurrency hysteria. …


This article is for those who have passively consumed press about the Internet of Things over the past couple years, trying to track the changing topology of such a vast, complex landscape. …


This article is for those who have passively consumed press about Autonomous Vehicles or Self Driving Cars over the past couple years, trying to track the changing topology of such a vast, complex landscape. …


This article is for those who have passively consumed press about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Neural Networks, and the like over the past couple years, trying to track the changing topology of such a vast, complex landscape. …


This article is for those who have passively consumed press about Bitcoin, Blockchain, ICOs, and the like over the past couple years, trying to track the changing topology of such a vast, complex landscape. …


Readin’, writin’, and ‘rithmetic — the triumvirate of a minimally educated person, we are told. But why are these three a point of focus, foregoing other useful life skills, like basic medicine, logic, or finance? …


Beyond Google Glass and Pebble

It’s 2014, and this is the year of wearable devices. Does this imply that everyone will be “wearing” (in the Rainbows End sense) by the end of the year? No, but what makes this year particularly important is twofold: the convergence of shrinking technologies—in terms of size and price—and a…

Eric Redmond

Director of Technology Innovation at Nike, Author http://deeptechbook.com

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