Last month the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved SpaceX request to create a global broadband satellite service. The FCC Authorize Space Exploration Holdings, LLC to construct, deploy, and operate a proposed non-geostationary orbit (NGSO) satellite system comprising 4,425 satellites for the provision of fixed-satellite service (FSS) around the world. This is just the latest a… Continue reading Who should connect the world?
Transportation problems are a constant topic in any country. The growth of UBER, Didi Kuaidi, Lyft, Carma, Blablacar, SideCar and others in the ride-sharing environment is proof of this. They are the new band-aid on a century-old problem. People simple want solutions to their transportation problem, which is getting from point A to point B,… Continue reading Change the traffic to change traffic
Coming up with ideas is a testing process. It takes patience. It takes constant review. It takes constant reading. It causes you to doubt your self. But we press on. I have been working on a concept for traffic management. I want it to be refreshing in its approach but also create a feeling of… Continue reading Coming soon – Traffic Management
I got sent home from work today for a suspected case of “pink eye”, formally known as conjunctivitis. Quite contagious and very irritating. I plead clean health as I suspect it was just a reaction to smoke from my neighour, but the nurse would not have none of it. In fact she had none from… Continue reading I have an idea……Increasing Individual Diversity for Better Ideation
It’s been a while since I’ve published anything on the blog. The ideas haven’t stopped but the time to do it had. With an iPod now in possession it makes it easier. I can start my post here and add flesh to bone on my computer. And that’s the interesting thing to me right… Continue reading A return to Cyberspace – Accuracy and Veracity in life
They say that you are reflection of your five closest friends. I love my friends, I do, and variety is the spice of life. However, as I have set about increasing my knowledge, vertically and horizontally, I have come to the realization that only a few of my friends could relate to some of the… Continue reading I had an Idea….Podcast, my fifth friend
There is a shrinking of methods in which developing countries can receive remittances from abroad. In 2015, according to the World Bank, remittances to developing countries will reach an estimated $454 billion, a 5% growth, year-on-year. Kaushik Basu, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist for the World Bank Group is quoted as saying that “Remittance… Continue reading I had an Idea….Remittance Wallets