One day I'll turn this thought into a longer, more researched and developed post. But the point I am thinking about today is that the future is likely to become "pay per use" and entirely outsourced.
I definitely do not have the research or scientific backing to prove this...but I ask that is what the internet is for?
Private group chats are making a resurgence and in my mind, will be here for a good time to come.
As the career search has heated up this past semester for many of my friends (myself included), it is interesting to notice how everyone perceives and crafts a "career plan."
I have likely written about this before but I wanted to reiterate, perhaps to myself, just how important and valuable it is to get really good at saying no to opportunities.
I think generally humans are quite bad at making predictions.
I think our culture over emphasizes the value of an idea. At the same time, we undervalue behind the scenes execution.
Am I the fool at the table?
Here at school, there are lots of group projects. Freshman and Sophomore year, especially, we were not allowed to choose who were our partners, and often forced to work with people we had never really met before.
The media has become more and more of a foundational piece of our society's infrastructure. We live in the information age, where anyone who has access to information has the power.