My take on the biggest innovation challenges in climate tech – and where I intend to focus my efforts.
Many lives ago I was CTO of a startup that built the largest DVD rental machine network in the world. We were acquired by RedBox, our largest competitor at the time, but before that happened it was amazing to participate on the front lines of a market in the throes of massive disruption. One dayContinue reading “Right Place Right Time For Climatetech”
For the last six months, I have been trying out a new gadget for running. It’s called Stryd and it’s a power meter for runners. Cyclists have been using power meters for decades to optimize their training and racing, so I was intrigued by the prospect of applying the same advantage to running. Why Power?Continue reading “Running With Power”
Google officially shut down the prototype version of Google Glass (the Explorer Edition) yesterday. Following are a few thoughts based on my year of being a Glass Explorer (beta user). First, some context: early in 2014, I received a prescription for eye glasses for the first time in my life. I was told that myContinue reading “Google Glass”
Last week a friend, who is a former professor of mine and leading authority on computer security, posted on Google+ a recommendation that people who have Google accounts should enable two-factor authentication. Basically this means that, if Google doesn’t recognize your device or location, it asks you for confirmation via another medium (phone or text)Continue reading “I Out-Googled Google”