Platt Perspective on Business and Technology

Ubiquitous computing and communications – everywhere all the time 3

This is my third page of listings to an ongoing discussion of issues connected to our changing capacity to both individually and collectively process and share information. And in the course of developing this directly I have discussed technology development and implementation and its consequences, as a more general complex of issues as well. See Page 1 and Page 2 of this directory for links to related material.

389. Meshing innovation, product development and production, marketing and sales as a virtuous cycle 13.
390. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 10.
391. Reconsidering the varying faces of infrastructure and their sometimes competing imperatives 2: adding in a second case study example.
392. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 42: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 12.
393. Moore’s law, software design lock-in, and the constraints faced when evolving artificial intelligence 2.
394. Reconsidering Information Systems Infrastructure 5.
395. Meshing innovation, product development and production, marketing and sales as a virtuous cycle 14.
396. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 11.
397. Reconsidering the varying faces of infrastructure and their sometimes competing imperatives 3: continuing my second case study example.
398. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 43: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 13.
399. Moore’s law, software design lock-in, and the constraints faced when evolving artificial intelligence 3.
400. Reconsidering Information Systems Infrastructure 6.
401. Meshing innovation, product development and production, marketing and sales as a virtuous cycle 15.
402. Rethinking the dynamics of software development and its economics in businesses 1.
403. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 12.
404. Reconsidering the varying faces of infrastructure and their sometimes competing imperatives 4: the Marshall Plan and the Molotov Plan.
405. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 44: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 14.
406. Moore’s law, software design lock-in, and the constraints faced when evolving artificial intelligence 4.
407. There are no low value playing cards: some thoughts regarding Yuval Harari’s vision of our collective future.
408. Reconsidering Information Systems Infrastructure 7.
409. Rethinking the impact of always on and always connected, on value and meaning.
410. Meshing innovation, product development and production, marketing and sales as a virtuous cycle 16.
411. Rethinking the dynamics of software development and its economics in businesses 2.
412. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 13.
413. Reconsidering the varying faces of infrastructure and their sometimes competing imperatives 4.5: an addendum update on the New York City MTA as a case study.
414. Reconsidering the varying faces of infrastructure and their sometimes competing imperatives 5: the Marshall Plan and the Molotov Plan, continued.
415. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 45: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 15.
416. Moore’s law, software design lock-in, and the constraints faced when evolving artificial intelligence 5.
417. Reconsidering Information Systems Infrastructure 8.
418. Meshing innovation, product development and production, marketing and sales as a virtuous cycle 17.
419. Rethinking the dynamics of software development and its economics in businesses 3.
420. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 14.
421. Reconsidering the varying faces of infrastructure and their sometimes competing imperatives 6: an orienting outline of what is to follow here.
422. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 46: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 16.
423. Moore’s law, software design lock-in, and the constraints faced when evolving artificial intelligence 6.
424. Reconsidering Information Systems Infrastructure 9.
425. Meshing innovation, product development and production, marketing and sales as a virtuous cycle 18.
426. Rethinking the dynamics of software development and its economics in businesses 4.
427. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 15.
428. Reconsidering the varying faces of infrastructure and their sometimes competing imperatives 7: the New Deal and infrastructure development as recovery 1.
429. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 47: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 17.
430. Moore’s law, software design lock-in, and the constraints faced when evolving artificial intelligence 7.
431. Reconsidering Information Systems Infrastructure 10.
432. Meshing innovation, product development and production, marketing and sales as a virtuous cycle 19.
433. Rethinking the dynamics of software development and its economics in businesses 5.
434. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 16.
435. Reconsidering the varying faces of infrastructure and their sometimes competing imperatives 8: the New Deal and infrastructure development as recovery 2.
436. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 48: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 18.
437. Moore’s law, software design lock-in, and the constraints faced when evolving artificial intelligence 8.
438. Reconsidering Information Systems Infrastructure 11.
439. Meshing innovation, product development and production, marketing and sales as a virtuous cycle 20.
440. Rethinking the dynamics of software development and its economics in businesses 6.
441. Rethinking national security in a post-2016 US presidential election context: conflict and cyber-conflict in an age of social media 17.
442. Reconsidering the varying faces of infrastructure and their sometimes competing imperatives 9: the New Deal and infrastructure development as recovery 3.
443. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 49: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 19.
444. Moore’s law, software design lock-in, and the constraints faced when evolving artificial intelligence 9.
445. Reconsidering Information Systems Infrastructure 12.
446. Meshing innovation, product development and production, marketing and sales as a virtuous cycle 21.

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