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Niantic Calls the Current Metaverse Dystopian

Niantic Calls the Current Metaverse Dystopian

You can tell a metaverse newbie when they walk into a room, especially a digital one. And it’s often me. Last week I attended a meeting in MootUp, a fabulous 3D immersive environment that requires no additional hardware (like a headset) and runs on all devices. While...

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The Shrink in Your Pocket Will See You Now

The Shrink in Your Pocket Will See You Now

For the longest time I believed that giving a person suffering from mental health issues an app was like giving a junkie a syringe. (Make that two syringes if the sufferer’s issues involve Internet addiction.)  But the pandemic has upped the urgency to access mental...

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What the Moon and the Metaverse Have in Common

What the Moon and the Metaverse Have in Common

Lewis and Clark, Ernest Shackelton, Roald Amundsen — they just couldn’t sit still and not dream of uninhabited places. George Mallory, a climber who lost his life on Everest, has earlier been asked why he climbed it. He answered, “because it is there”. (That’s often...

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Women’s Problems: Can FemTech Offer Relief?

Women’s Problems: Can FemTech Offer Relief?

Image courtesy of Clue Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, who writes regularly about the health care ecosystem on her site, Health Populi, has been focused on the “She-cession”–how women who have left the workforce in record numbers during the pandemic have been impacted...

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Techonomy’s Summer Reading List

Techonomy’s Summer Reading List

You may be so busy getting back to the new normal that you haven’t had time to settle down with a good book. But if so, you’re missing critical insights about tech and the tech industry in a plethora of new books. They can help any of us become better businesspeople...

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Workers Unite

Workers Unite

Now that they’ve tasted the sweet cheese of working from home, the rat race has less appeal. When you walk (or run) to catch the subway in NYC, look up. There’s a thoroughly depressing poem written on the beams of the gloomy, dark tunnel between the Port Authority and...

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