By Butch Hernandez
I attended a different kind of commencement ceremony a few days ago. First of all, there was no graduation march to speak of. There was no podium and nobody delivered a rousing valedictory address, although there were the usual congratulatory messages from special guests. There were only 22 honorees, all of them professionals, and most of them quite young.
By John Nery
Allow me to tie up some loose ends from 2012, stories and letters which have nagged at me for some time. Let me start with the most recent.
By Marie Ernestine Torro
Change is the only constant thing in this world. In the past, it was not easy for ordinary citizens to get into the mass media. But now, citizen journalists are no longer rare.
By Esther Dyson
NEW YORK—In theory, it is hard to think of any nobler computer service than the typical “Help Wanted” board. It helps people find work that fulfills their potential, and it helps employers find people who can use their infrastructure to satisfy the needs of businesses and consumers around the world. That was why, long ago, […]