This is just about the classic story of what happens when new technology meets existing workplace. In this case the story is about drones taking the jobs of commercial pilots. It’s so […]
I’ve been on a longer than expected hiatus over the holiday period, but am keen to get back into this. To that end, please note that I have published on Medium what […]
I am working my way through the Australian Industry Department’s most recent report. I should say, it was written under the auspices of their Chief Economist, Mark Cully, and Mark is not […]
Let’s call the workless future we are more or less heading towards Robot World. One of the pillars of Robot World, if it is going to be anything other than a winner-takes-all […]
I wrote this because it was something I hadn’t really thought about and I wanted to have the argument with myself. For as long as I can remember, I have argued the […]
This wonderful photo of Bob Dylan and The Band, taken in 1967 outside the “Big Pink” house near Woodstock where they recorded the Basement Tapes, captures something essential, I think.
Rebecca Solnit’s beautiful book River of Shadows documents the transformation of time, space and work that happened with the advent of the transcontinental railway and the invention of high-speed photography. The confluence […]