Monthly Archives: November 2009

Does content matter?

This is an old discussion, but in order to give insight into my thought process, I will go over this debate and take a stand; Content matters only to those who create it. This debate stems from the old days when content was king. The argument is consumers have relationships with marketer brands, but also […]

Rant on the education system: Once upon a time, there were dinosaurs

  Professors profess, and experts have theories. But, from my readings of Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s works there are two types of theories, those that have been proven false and those that have been exposed to be proven wrong. Any other theory is not a theory. In essence, a theory can never be right, because we can […]