Understanding the DOJ’s Case Against Google, What They Got Wrong, and What We Should Be Talking About Instead.

On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice filed an antitrust suit against Google for what it claims is anti-competitive behaviour in monopolizing search.  This post will dive into this case at a cursory level but the main thrust of my argument is that (1) the goal should be maximizing value for consumers and (2) antitrust … Continue reading Understanding the DOJ’s Case Against Google, What They Got Wrong, and What We Should Be Talking About Instead.

Annual Reflection – v27.0

Yesterday was my birthday. I have an odd relationship with birthdays. I love birthdays, just not my birthday. I love to celebrate others, but I get uncomfortable being celebrated, even recognized. For years I tried to repress my birthday. I would hide it on social media, or wholesale deactivate all social media on my birthday … Continue reading Annual Reflection – v27.0

Taking Action in the Black Lives Matter Movement

Col Fitness is built on the foundation of diversity and inclusion, but we don’t want to just talk about it, we are taking action.  We have launched an online fitness competition called the Col Countdown in support of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, a non-profit organization that fights for the civil liberties, human rights, and … Continue reading Taking Action in the Black Lives Matter Movement