Corry the Car and the Internet of Things

Corry the Car was very excited. His lights were flashing with fury. The show floor manager had told him that today his new owner was coming to pick him up. “Where am I going?” he asked the floor manager. But the floor manager was just too busy. Just then he saw a stack of invoices… Read More

The first startup I worked at in 2007 was called “Wiser Codes”, we developed a BI artificial intelligence that will help businesses get better results online. I remember I had an idea back then, that I needed one place to read and write from/into all my online presence (read everything, post everywhere, and have a unified… Read More

Lightbulb, at Sosa TLV

Recent changes to Facebook and recent changes in how I use Google+ made me realize this: 1- The amount of views and interaction on fb pages decreased in a way that you need to post every 3 hours (just look at the Business Insider timings) and become a title/caption whore in order to point to… Read More

It has been 40 years since David Ben Gurion passed away in 1973, 38 years since the UN declared that Zionism is Racism and 75 years since that Crystal Night in Germany of 1938. It all happened in the 9-10 of November. Crystal Night On November 9, 1938, the Nazis unleashed a series of riots… Read More

This week I came across a facebook ad that caught my attention, The Mossad is looking to hire new agents and is now doing it through Facebook, forwarding the clicks to its recruit section in the Mossad site. The title of the ad: “Life is What You Make of It”. I kinda like this ad… Read More

In Cast Lead, the work of Dan Peguine  and Arik Fraimovich has introduced QassamCount, a Facebook application which used your status updates in order to tell the world how many rockets, missiles and mortar shells were fired on Israel. The success was phenomenal but Facebook decided it’s not going to allow any more “donations” of status updates like this… Read More