Today is not an age of information (what is information anyway and what are just bytes?), neither is it the age of the digital highway (they are usually blind alleys), or even the age of knowledge (everything can be found on Google), it is the age of intelligence. The Stone Age did not end because […]
This morning I thought about how fast our sense of being threatened had changed over a few decades. This is true not only for the experts and mankind as such, but we are all beginning to feel it. From the 1950’s, the whole planet was under a threat of nuclear and hydrogen bombs and nuclear […]
Big Brother peeked at me again. I fight my irresistible desire to purchase technological toys again and again. The last time it was an iPad mini. Tiny, beautiful and I don’t really need it, but who could resist a bite off the apple. I started downloading whatever anyone suggested into it or what I found […]
State investments into information technologies are usually considered overpriced and often accompanied by corruption scandals. But that’s only a part of the truth. There are more problems. Their requests usually lack quality specifications based on accurately described and more effective processes for data flow. The pilot phase is underestimated for testing the functionality of the […]
Warren Buffet, the famous and successful American investor, said regarding crises, “Only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming naked.” So how are we swimming in our Czech tide? The state policy in the area of business support, revitalization of the economic growth and competitiveness in the long term, more resembles […]
I found a lot on the internet, perhaps too much, the texts about who got upset by what, even worse than that…
Technology and its rapid progress is a great thing and it makes our lives easier
To be online is certainly a practical and, most times, even a pleasant business
How important is happiness for us? What it actually is and how it could be measured?
Have you ever heard this quote (ascribed to the Greek philosopher Socrates) being pronounced by politicians or economists?
Do we need to be living as copies of an image created by manipulators?
A few months ago, Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, died. It is indeed a reason for sadness, but also food for thought….