The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has dubbed the downturn we're about to have the "Great Lockdown". I quite like it, as it recognises that it's a self-inflicted downturn. Had governments been better prepared, or responded in a timely manner, we… Read on →
Delivered on 20 April 2020. About a 3 min read.
Most governments (there are a few exceptions) failed to react to the coronavirus pandemic in time, effectively forcing them into more drastic measures at a later date, wreaking havoc on their economies. The politicians and epidemiologists were examining the case… Read on →
Delivered on 14 April 2020. About a 4 min read.
Yes, I'm writing about the videoconferencing software Zoom again. The thing is since I sent last week's issue, even more information has come to light about just how bad Zoom really is. It really, truly is pure malware, yet like… Read on →
Delivered on 06 April 2020. About a 4 min read.
Most of us have used Skype and email for work-related communication for a very long time, but they both lack comprehensive team coordination and collaboration features. That wasn't a big deal when you're sat sat within a few metres of… Read on →
Delivered on 30 March 2020. About a 4 min read.
Most of the world has, to varying degrees, shut down. That means there's very little happening in the tech sector, outside of SoftBank's desperate attempt to raise another $US10 billion (the definition of throwing good money after bad), or the… Read on →
Delivered on 23 March 2020. About a 7 min read.