As software-based weapons and information systems start to touch all phases of conflict, military leaders are grappling with a new set of challenges.
Fast Company, July 5, 2017 (approx. 3,800 words)
Continue reading “How Software Is Eating The Military”
As the latest horrific attack in Syria heightened global awareness of this outlawed form of warfare, a new disposal plant is set to open in Colorado this summer.
Fast Company, May 24, 2017
Continue reading “To Safely Dispose Of Chemical Weapons, The U.S. Army Has Developed Some Next-Level Tools”
Shield AI, which wants to reduce American and civilian casualties in ground combat to zero, just raised $10.5 million from Andreessen Horowitz.
Fast Company, April 3, 2017 (approx. 2,600 words)
Continue reading “How Veterans Turned Entrepreneurs Are Disrupting The Pentagon’s Weapons Program”
Almost all the promise once held by virtual worlds has since been realized by Facebook. Continue reading “How Facebook Killed the Virtual World”
It used to be the last word in youth culture. Now MTV is more about reality shows than rock stars. Can a virtual world of 3-D avatars help the network get its groove back?
Wired magazine, February 2007 (approx. 2,400 words)
Continue reading “A Second Life For MTV”
Think the Net has changed your life? Wait until it becomes an immersive 3D environment–and it will. Continue reading “The Future of You”
Inside the tabloid that rocked the virtual world. Continue reading “My Second Life as a Muckraker”
How do we know who’s who on the Internet? And why it may be the most important question we face. Continue reading “Anonymity is Not Enough”
A post on a formative gaming experience, originally written for my now-defunct Walkerings blog. Continue reading “The History of My Adventure”