The Engineer is sitting at home twiddling his thumbs and is, frankly, a bit angry. Yes, this is common, but today its a special kind of angry. It's the angry reserved for only the most heinous of imbeciles. The reason? The milk has run out. The shop has none. There can be no more tea. … Continue reading At World's End
More so than ever, humanity has the knowledge and technology to invent whatever it chooses. So common is innovation these days that its easy to get caught up in the hysteria and do things for their own sake. Few ever stop to ask whether we should. The Engineer offers an example. IoT, the Internet of … Continue reading We can… but should we?
Surprising to many, The Engineer does not live under a rock. Even more surprising, he cultivates more than a superficial interest in politics. Perhaps 'interest' is the wrong word. Maybe 'frustration' would be a better description. You can probably guess why. Yes, Brexit. But more specifically politicians. The Engineer won't bore you with his own … Continue reading Can tech replace politicians?