In economics, Pareto optimality is when no individual can be better off without making someone else worse off. Here’s how you can apply it to sustainable product innovation.
In the late 2010s, people began to see the question-answering website Quora as a beacon of knowledge on the internet. Venture capitalists, startup founders, content marketers, and thought leaders alike drove towards the website to answer thought-provoking questions and at the same time drive traffic towards their website. Now, in 2021, almost all that interestContinue reading “The Weird, Magical World of Modern Day Quora”
Every few months, the Hivemind at Silicon Valley picks up a trend. Once it was ecommerce. Another time it was machine learning. Then, it was blockchain. Now, they’ve decided to pull all these trends together and wrap them into a neat little bow: the metaverse. That’s all well and good, but… what if I toldContinue reading “There Is No Metaverse”
At some point down the road, almost all traditional work will be automated by AI and machine learning. This leaves the question — what will be left for us to work on?
There is a new theory around writing on the internet, focused on algorithms and growth marketing. But is it worthwhile, and how long will it last?