Does Netflix know what it wants to be?

I contacted Netflix support a couple of days ago in order to give them my feedback regarding their choice of programming. I'd become disappointed with what they offered and I found myself wasting lots of time browsing their selections endlessly, only to give up and watch something else on some other streaming service. Furthermore, I … Continue reading Does Netflix know what it wants to be?

Stewardship or possession?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIqb8rWJfGA What's the healthier, saner way to view that which have or enjoy? Should you regard it as a possession or should you see yourself as a steward of it? What's the better long-term approach to these matters? Join me for a (non-religious) discussion of the subject in this video. I'll talk about various topics … Continue reading Stewardship or possession?

A long commute may push you toward divorce

I've been a proponent for telecommuting for years, and I'm glad to see more proof -- such as this article, which presents research from Sweden, where they've found that long commutes (around 45 minutes) make you 40% more likely to divorce, and also re-inforce gender-based stereotypes, where the man will usually have the better job and … Continue reading A long commute may push you toward divorce

It’s no surprise broadband internet sucks in the US

A recent Akamai survey, which I shared here and here, ranked US in the 33rd spot (globally) when it came to broadband internet connections above 2 Mbps. Sure, it moved up two spots compared to last year, but it's still lagging behind countries such as Monaco, Slovakia, South Korea, and believe it or not, Romania … Continue reading It’s no surprise broadband internet sucks in the US