If you could make it so your party would win every election, would you do it? Would you take the steps necessary to fix the vote so that even if your party became a minority, it would still take a majority of legislative seats? Continue reading “It’s Time to Abolish Gerrymandering”
We can’t all be the smartest person in the room, Right?
Hi this is Chris the Amateur Ethicist. Today I’m talking about what it takes to become president, and a common sense view on voting for one. On this channel, I talk about the crossroads between convenience and technology. If you’re interested in that kind of thing, I hope you’ll join me. Subscribe, hit the like button, ring the bell icon and share this channel with your friends. Let’s talk about this. Continue reading “Choosing a President”
Today’s topic is Upwork, and one of the things you should watch out for as a freelancer on that site. Continue reading “Upwork – Honor the Contract”
Earth Day has some of my friends and colleagues thinking about sustainability. The topic will challenge our children and theirs because of the Three-Headed Monster — Citizens, Commerce and Congress. Here’s how we’ll solve it.
This begins a series called Challenges in Media. We’ll also touch on ways to manage those challenges. Today’s topic is Trust Projection. We’ll parse what that means next. Continue reading “Trust Projection on Facebook”
The similarities between Nixon’s and Trump’s administrations are impossible to miss. But who is a worse president? That’s the topic of this post. Continue reading “Nixon vs Trump – Who is worse?”
A small data harvesting company with big brains and bigger partisan funding collected private information regarding 50 million US facebook users. Then they illegally sold that data for use by the Trump campaign in 2016. It’s possible you’re on that list. It’s a list that includes your sexual orientation, your likely voting habits, your likely intelligence and how much you probably make. Continue reading “Cambridge Analytica – The Tip of the Iceberg”
A post on facebook said “Thank goodness for genetic modification!” in conjunction with this infographic about hybridization. These are my thoughts on the topic. Continue reading “GMO vs Hybridization – Implications”
Voters are angry. Internet is a common carrier — not a commodity. Ajit Pai should resign. Senators and Representatives: citizens are knocking on your door. Be prepared because we’re angry and we’re casting our vote for someone else if you don’t fix this.
There are new questions under the sun. Change seems to be happening at an ever-quickening pace. It’s harder to know on a daily basis what’s right or wrong. This site is my journey to find answers to questions about politics, art, environment, science, religion and more. It’s easier to just keep your head down and not rock the boat. That’s not what this site is about.
Join me as I search for answers to big questions. Continue reading “Welcome”