In the last few months I was honored to take over the role of President of the Electric Auto Association of Silicon Valley. About two months following that I took charge of the ailing website that the club had been using. The website had not had its format updated in over a decade. And […]
Living Off the Grid In recent news there was a report that a woman in Florida recently was taken to court supposedly because her home was “off the grid”. She was using solar panels for electricity and rainwater for her freshwater source within the city limits. It might seem strange that anyone would be sued […]
It’s been said that over 90% of all car accidents are caused in some manner by human actions (link). And for now, nearly 100% of cars are driven by humans. Strangely enough humans have built these devices and seem to happily drive them all over the planet. Access to personal mobility is definitely a […]
There are two sides two sides to every issue, this is no difference whether in technology or political science. You’ve undoubtedly heard the term “Net Neutrality” in the news, but what is it? Does it affect you? Who does it affect? And why are so many people concerned with it?
If you have an iPhone already, you may or may not know the difference between Apple’s iMessage app and Text Messaging. They are actually different although they are combined into the same app. If you don’t have an Apple iPhone, maybe you have an Android smartphone or no smartphone this question might seem foreign. […]