Author Archives: Greg

Signal Ratio: An Engineer’s Suggestions for Social Communication Theory

There is a field in electrical engineering called ‘communication theory’ which basically encompasses all of the equations and technologies that it takes in order to get information from one place to another place using electronics. The applications of communication theory … Continue reading

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More On Social Media

In the wake of my colleague’s post regarding social media, I did a bit of thinking about my own interactions. Sure, some of that was prompted by certain world events, but not as much of it as you would think. … Continue reading

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Aims: Planting Roots and Branching Out

Talent, of any kind, starts with a seed, a small bit of inspiration somewhere that results in an idea, or an opportunity, or a curiosity. That’s just one part of it though. The rest is what a person decides to … Continue reading

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On Compassion

So, I had a moment of insight the other day when pondering how best to explain compassion to those who have none. Not for any specific reason, it’s just that these are the kinds of things I think about sometimes. … Continue reading

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140 Words

Recently, I have been observing how easy it is for people to express a number of negative emotions, such as hate, anger, and disgust, in the space of 140 characters. Here, I will present 140 words that represent positive ideas:

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On Perception and Logical Fallacy

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote my thoughts on perception, and on why perception matters more than intention, especially in today’s world. I stand by what I said, and will continue to say it over and over. However, I … Continue reading

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On Perception

“Perception is everything.” How many times have you heard this phrase? Have you ever heard this phrase? Certainly, it is an idea that the modern world rebels against. “Be who you want to be”, we are told, from a very … Continue reading

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