They all represent hope, hope that somehow, some way they will get a chance to talk and maybe even have a working relationship. That’s because people are not machines or “assets.”
Thunderfoot has another Hyperloop video. I’ve posted about the Hyperloop before. I have a great deal of skepticism about the Hyperloop and even more on how the engineering seems to be progressing.
So Facebook is a great company? Then why does the HQ looks like the worst sort of factory from the Soviet Union with some little things added for show?
They may look impressive to Mr. Branson, and they are impressive, but as somebody who has worked in all sorts of different situations It looks potentially oppressive to me. The open office might work for some things, but it’s a throwback to the days when there were just rows of desks and the only people with privacy were the people on top. I mean, Gehry architecture included the building looks and acts as a perfect example of Taylorism in architecture.
This article on the Clinton campaign in Michigan shows how things don’t work. In a political campaign, on the ground data is crucial. If you don’t know what’s REALLY happening you can’t be effective. Yet the Clinton campaign seemingly acted like a badly run corporation and ignored the rumblings that things were not going as well as they seemed.
The shipping container, the vessels that carry them and the land vehicles that carry them represent a revolution in the way cargo gets moved across the world. The full impact of that revolution is still being felt. The one thing that is certain is, that like it or not the world is going to be more connected than it has ever been in history as getting stuff from point “A” to point “B” has never been cheaper. To understand the full impact of the revolution We need to start at the beginning.
So what happens when your company treats the people you call in to interviews like this:
I’m thinking that it’s about time. The reasoning on Rush is that it has something to do with Trump and the election. I’m not so sure though. I’ve posted about the issues that Foxconn has had with automation before.