Between work with IBM (me) and saving people’s lives through cook stoves (Marc), we have been a bit busy. Last weekend, I had the joy of working with Give Camp Orlando. We were a group of about 30 developers and designers gathered to give technology expertise to local non-profits. The even greater thing about […]
Marc posted “What does working on technology mean?” After reading through my post, I realized that I had this question on my mind: “What does working on philanthropy mean?”
One of the perks of the life of a consultant is the incredible flexibility. This week, I am working from my kitchen table overlooking the lake […]
What does working on technology mean?
It used to be clear to me. My computer was technology, my desk was not. My cell phone was technology, group meetings were not. Technology was this grand intellectual pursuit that led to new ways to manipulate and control nature. If humanity was on a journey to a better […]
To follow what Marc started: You can blame my undying constant stream of ideas and restlessness for revival of this blog.
Starting Team Curious with Marc for http://www.imaginecup.com/ was one of the best experiences of my life. I fulfilled so many passions and found an outlet for public service, technology, people, travel, adventures, exploration and changing […]
You can blame Vietnam for the blog reviving.
I have been travelling and volunteering on environmental projects all over the country for the last three months. Instead of getting the urge out of my system, the experience just raises more questions about how to make the world a better place.
Let’s set one thing straight: […]
- Reflections by two young technologists taking on big questions about the future of our planet.
Kathy Pham - IBM consultant, magnet for cool people and projects
Marc Pare - freelance engineer, fire and software geek
(this blog in no way reflects the opinions of our respective employers)