If you stop and think about change, you come to realize it is neither a good thing or a bad thing. It is what happens in life. We as human beings, experience change from the day we enter this world. Heck, we experienced change all during the nine month gestation period. So why do humans […]Read More CISO and Change
As I prowl around bookstores, I find a gaggle of books on managing technology overload. One after another fall of the presses and make their way on the shelves and into my hands. Some, I buy; most, I pass over. Often, I think, “I noticed that twenty years ago.” I did not predict Google or […] […]Read More Philosophy of Technology in Six Ideas — Douglas Groothuis, Ph.D.
The thought of technology making man weak scares me but, it’s a trap that no matter how hard you try, you can’t live without it. Technology is making man not only dependent but, technology is creating man. The roles have altered. Spread over 318 pages and five broad categories, Atul Jalan’s WHERE WILL MAN TAKE […] […]Read More Review : Where Will Man Take Us? by Atul Jalan — From The Journal Of A Reader
There’s an article by Matthew R. Francis in Symmetry magazine garnering a lot of attention asking whether falsifiability is a useful criteria for scientific theories. Popper wrote in his classic book The Logic of Scientific Discovery that a theory that cannot be proven false—that is, a theory flexible enough to encompass every possible experimental outcome—is […]Read More The relationship between usefulness and falsifiability — SelfAwarePatterns
All of my computer files are gone. This is not a poem, or my usual thoughts to 70’s music on an afternoon drive. My computer died and the files are gone. The main lesson here is that my usual way of dealing with technology, which is not dealing with technology, is not a good idea […] […]Read More Technology and Philosophy — spanishwoods
by Robert Gressis Lately, I’ve been wondering whether it’s OK for me to be a philosophy professor. You might wonder, “Why on earth should anyone wonder whether it’s OK to be a philosophy professor?” I have a simple argument. It goes like this: The Conceptual Claim: Professors do three things as part of their jobs: […] […]Read More Is Philosophy OK? — The Electric Agora
Talent alienation is the biggest issue behind the cybersecurity management skills gap, but it shouldn’t be the case Who wants to be a CISO these days? And at which stage in your career should you consider the move? What balance of managerial and technical experience do you need to have? And where do you go […] […]Read More Who Wants to Be a CISO? By JC Gaillard — Technopreneurph