Many people are saying that 2020 is a giant, huge, stinking dumpster fire of a year and I honestly can’t really disagree with that on many fronts. Today though I want to look to the brighter side of 2020, so let’s dive in and see what’s launched, why it’s amazing and hopefully you too can agree that 2020 hasn’t been all bad.
Excited about future tech? If you’re reading this it’s reasonably likely you are but in case you’re not, today I’d like to double down and really dig into tech and “the future”. Specifically I want to look to next year, 2021, and detail some specifics as from what I can tell, it’s going to be a truly watershed moment in technology advancement.
The Coronavirus might be disrupting a lot of random things at the moment, but there’s many other very important things you should be keeping an eye on too. These major disruptions are present in all fields all throughout the world but today we’re going to focus a bit on the top three.
Most people have heard of SpaceX, the company by Elon Musk that was the first to fly and land an orbital class rocket. However few people I talk to seem to have ever heard of their next rocket, the SpaceX Starship. That’s a shame though as your really, REALLY should be paying attention to it!
After communicating a huge amount via digital mediums over the past 20+ years I thought it might be good to step back and take a look at what types work best when it comes to being more efficient day to day. Are you better of calling everyone? Using email or chatting on Signal? Let’s fi
After more than 6 months with our new Tesla Model 3 things are going swimmingly. Driving the car is fun and a fantastic experience every time. By far the best part though is Autopilot, driving itself on freeways, general roads and more totally flipped how we use our car and I can’t go back.
US figures are showing there’s been 30 million+ people applying for unemployment benefits in just 6 weeks. This has pushed their unemployment rate up to around 20%, almost as much as the Great Depression – which was 25% – and took about 3 years to reach. Many of those jobs will now be automated and disappear forever.
The past few months have been quite the wild ride. I’ve purposely avoided discussing COVID-19 to ensure I can read widely and assess everything thoroughly before writing about it in depth here. So today I want to focus on the economics impacts of it and hopefully help you better understand what’s happening and going to happen.
As I’m sure many of you have noticed right about now, the outbreak of COVID-19 has everyone locked down. Economies are crumbling disturbingly quickly, companies are being bailed out left, right and centre and governments are releases “the biggest ever!” stimulus packages like they were those AOL CD’s. Clean Meat fixes this.