2015 has been a troubled year on the international scene, and while it isn’t our role at Diffraction Analysis to comment news events, no matter how dramatic, they keep haunting our field as well, with a broad and fast extension
Uber is, or at least was, until recently, presented as a paragon of innovation. The company is, we have read many times, revolutionizing the transportation for hire industry through radical innovation.
I’ve had an instinctive distate for Uber from the
Yesterday I tweeted in jest (and in French) that it felt weird to think that the Great Firewall of China might be protecting me from the NSA. Since then that thought has been percolating in my brain, and I’m not
Last week I spent two and a half days in Stockholm, doing interviews and meeting various public officials and private businesses with the aim of updating the White Paper we published in 2013 entitled Stockholm’s Stokab: A Blueprint for Ubiquitous
It’s hard to believe that profitable businesses would be so detested by their customers, and yet survey after survey shows how US broadband users revile their cable operator. The latest is the subject of an article in the Washington post
I have already (in passing) expressed how appalled I was at how our patent system (and more generally creator rights legal processes) has gone completely mad. The hilarious Manu Cornet published this drawing yesterday which riffs on the perception of
I haven't posted about much unrelated directly to the coverage of this blog in the last few months. Although you might see that as a good thing, I feel like musing on a topic that is in no way directly