Month: June 2018

  • Book Review: The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined by Steven Pinker

    Book Review: The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined by Steven Pinker

    If you are one of those people constantly watching news and worrying about the sorry state of the world. Read this book. It’ll convince you with data, instead of baseless sensationalism, that life has never been more peaceful, safer and better than right now. I procrastinated on starting reading this book because I already fully […]

  • The $10 weekend (or why selling to techies is sometimes so hard)

    The first version of Dashman didn’t have a centralized configuration system to control a lot of displays at once. It was a one time fee software to run in one computer. Its price was $10. I started networking, going to events, trying to find customers. I’m a techie, but I cleaned up, trimmed my beard, […]

  • Weird interaction with Google, was it Duplex?

    Weird interaction with Google, was it Duplex?

    For a few weeks I’ve been receiving this email from Google: My first question is why is birth control an issue. Is Google limiting the advertisement of birth control? Why? Did we somehow slipped into the 19th century and nobody told me? My second question was… how could they think I have anything to do […]