Today on Context Florida:
With the news of Jeb Bush and other politicians calling for discrimination against Muslims in admitting Syrian refugees to the United States, Martin Dyckman is reminded of a parallel in history – American opposition to admitting Jewish refugees in the 1930s. Then, the pretext was that the Jews might include German spies. Never mind that the U.S. abounded with native-born, German-speaking Nazi sympathizers. Any form of religious discrimination is an insult to the American flag, Dyckman says. No one who stands for that sort of vetting deserves to sit on a soil and water conservation board, let alone in the Oval Office.
Tom O’Hara believes that it’s a shame Barack Obama missed the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show this month. The president would have been proud of all he has done for the rich, he says, because rich people are doing really, really well these days.
Buzzwords, jargon and catchphrases abound in the world of Information Technology, writes Blake Dowling. In 2015, the world was awash in terms like Cloud, Big Data, Corporate Vulnerability, the Internet of Things, Wearables, Software as a Service and much more. What does it mean to you and your business, Dowling asks. Perhaps nothing or maybe everything.