Monthly Archives: November 2020

The TRUMP BUTTON. Governance for social media platforms!

A proposal to enable citizens to exert governance over those that abuse the social media platforms.   For the past few decades we have all been part of an enormous, worldwide sociology experiment. And the results are not good. Outside … Continue reading

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Truth will ultimately prevail . . . !

“Truth will ultimately prevail where pains is taken to bring it to light.” George Washington’s letter to Charles Mynn Thruston | Sunday, August 10, 1794 Washington is replying to Frederick County, Va., delegate Charles Mynn Thruston’s 21 June 1794 letter … Continue reading

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The Party’s Over. Time for Adults in the Room to Take Charge

In the 1990s I lived and worked in Dallas, Texas. I was product manager for the world leading software development tool for corporate systems and part of a large, high performing team. Looking back, it was clear most of the … Continue reading

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