Quora has decided to delete one of my answers, but even they don’t know why.
Beware the “we will safeguard your privacy” when the company doesn’t actually see they’re doing anything wrong.
How people contort themselves into wanting to be seen as damaged goods… because it gives them immunity from criticism
Yet another article that threatens alarmist consequences of Global Warming with pseudo-scientific mumbo-jumbo.
In 1993, I began a short story that told of a dystopian future where the world was mandated by what you could and couldn’t say, and the reality that emerged from it.
Some recent popular or interesting Quora answers I’ve written.
Some thoughts and examples of what constitutes the journey towards achieving “Emotional Intelligence.”
Simon Sinek explains how Millennials got this way, and proposes a course of action to fix it. Unfortunately, Sinek fails to follow his own advice, and gives the wrong conclusion.
Quora question: What are some hard truths teachers never tell students about after school life?
Justin Trudeau’s recent grilling in the Canadian Parliament provides a brilliant example of metacommunication
United and I are no longer… united. It’s not me, United, it’s you.
“You’re too thin-skinned.” Perhaps. But what to do about it?
Diogenes discusses the notion that data protection schemes can be extended to a social commentary. Heavy centralization of businesses lead to economic instability and social unrest. Instead, Diogenes makes the case for a redundant array of independent duties, in that it is more resilient socially and economically to have many smaller to mid sized businesses in industries and cities than a few large ones.
It looks like an analysis of an old debate is popular once more; me… not so much.
(Fair warning: this is a personal account.) The systems were designed well, I think. When we were in school or college, passing was supposed to mean you knew the material, basically. A B showed you were pretty good, and an A was only for the smartest students. Not relatively the smartest, but objectively the smartest. Most people could at least …