Reluctant Rolodex Syndrome

by Ami Nahshon How long has it been since you — or anybody you know, for that matter — used a Rolodex for anything other than to keep loose papers from sliding off the desk? And yet “Rolodex” continues to be one of the most widely used terms among development officers...

Sex with Robots is Almost Here

By Shelly Palmer Westworld has inspired some of the best, most engaging (mercifully apolitical) conversations I’ve had in a very long while. The series is both entertaining and thought-provoking. If you haven’t seen it, Westworld is an HBO series, based on the 1973...

Use These Strategies To Help Your Millennials Thrive

By David K. Williams I lead a company of approximately 100 employees. Many are Millennials. I, as a Baby Boomer leader, am not. Many of the articles I read on managing Millennial employees, however, strike me as flawed in the most fundamental respect. Too many leaders...

NYC Can Rival Silicon Alley in Technology

An interview with Kurt Steck, Microsoft’s GM By Lauren Keyson and Sarah Grieco Kurt Steck, the general manager for Microsoft, was in midtown last month for the opening of Microsoft’s Reactor, a spacious, clean modern workplace for developers. As the evangelist of...

Disruption and Awe: Augmented Reality Event

Disruptive Technologists Event: The Augmented Reality Experience will be held on January 30th, 2017, at Microsoft in Times Square. The Featured speaker will be the developer of the HoloLens, a see-through display worn over your eyes. Unlike Oculus Rift and VR Devices,...
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