Month: January 2015

2065: The Future of Technology, Data, Citizen Engagement, and Open Government

In 1964, Isaac Asimov boldly shared his thoughts on the distant year of 2014. While Asimov’s prescient look 50 years into the future identified some accurate hits (smart homes, video-chatting, 3D television, and self-driving cars), there are also some disappointing misses (more readily available space travel, flying cars, and underwater colonies) that have yet to […]

Opportunity does not knock

“Opportunity does not knock. It presents itself when you beat down the door.” – Eric Taylor My friends know that I do not half-ass things. And just as well, because what really gets done in life if we don’t “whole-ass” things? I love what I love, and I invest in it deeply. In the game […]