Author: John Patrick

Robots for Indoor Farming

Farming is not limited to outdoor fields. Indoor farms now represent 2.3 million square feet and growing. Brooklyn, New York based Agrilyst, Inc. predicts expansion of indoor farming will reach 22 million square feet, which amounts to roughly 505 acres

Twenty-two Years of e-Commerce

A handful of us joined with Tim Berners-Lee to start the World Wide Web Consortium at MIT in December 1994. None of us at the time saw the potential for eCommerce. Most of the focus was on techniques for formatting

Tagged with: , , , ,

Apple Ecosystem

The picture above was at Grand Central Station in 2011 when a throng of people (including me) were waiting to visit the new Apple Store. People love Apple products. It remains to be seen if people will love Apple services

Tagged with: , , , , ,

Robots in Agriculture

American consumers have a strong demand for unblemished fruits and vegetables. Satisfying that demand requires hundreds of thousands of workers who have the skills to plant the fields, tend the crops, harvest the produce, and pack it and prepare it

Tagged with: , ,

Making Voting Easy is Scaring the Life Out of Security Experts

Apollo 11 was the spaceflight which landed the first two humans on the Moon. Commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin landed the Apollo Lunar Module, Eagle, on July 20, 1969. Armstrong became the first person to step onto the lunar surface six hours later, and Aldrin

Tagged with: ,
Page 1 of 394
1 2 3 394