Dan Abbate's blog explores the ongoing effects of technology on business and the economy.

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  • Fast Food Workers Need To Keep Their Heads Down
    on Jan 1, 1970
    I have heard a lot over the last few days about fast food workers demanding a raise in wages to twice that of federal minimum wage. Apparently, some union organizers thought it a good idea to rile up the workers because the "companies paying minimum...
  • Hey Kids, Reading is Passe; Try Coding! Part 1 of 2.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Many years ago the written word was "invented." Reading and writing became the realm of the upper class, monarchs, bishops and monks, etc. The power to retain and pass down information from generation to generation was invaluable to our growth as a s...
  • Can Companies Grow Without Outsourcing Overseas?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    "Can Companies Grow Without Outsourcing Overseas?" I was recently asked this question by a very well known employment website. Below is my response. Jobs will be coming back to America not in the form of human laborers but in the form of hardware, s...
  • Robotaton Founder Dan Abbate featured on Mo.Com
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Greetings to our regular Robotaton/Dan Abbate blog readers. You will notice this post is a bit unusual compared to Dan's regular posts since this post's purpose is to share an article that was written about our CEO and founder Dan Abbate on Mo.Com. I...
  • American Jobs are Outsourced, Outsourced Jobs are Automated back to America
    on Jan 1, 1970
    The driving force behind outsourcing is to reduce production costs to create an end product or service with a competitive advantage in price. For the last 30+ years, developing countries all around the globe have built their economies on their ready...
  • Ease-of-Use != Intuitive Use
    on Jan 1, 1970
    I like to think of myself as a pretty tech savvy person. I feel personally offended by the creators of bits of technology if my first attempts at working their software, a device or other type of techno-gadget fail and I have to resort to google-ing...
  • Low Wage Labor Jobs vs. High Wage Desk Jobs vs. Robots!
    on Jan 1, 1970
    As technology continues to expand its autonomous functionality and becomes even more tightly integrated into society, this integration results in less labor inputs required to run the economy. Or said another way, there will be less for us humans to...
  • Managed Servers – To Do or Not To Do?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    What's a 'managed server'? If you are not familiar with the term, let's get you up to speed. The all-knowing Wikipedia of course has a lot to report on the subject.
  • Do Technology and Progress Go Together?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    recently presented this question to its readership. A debate ensued. The below is my response to the question. As I remember back to my days as a philosophy major in college,...
  • How Can A Small Business Owner Make - And Enjoy - More Free Time?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    We all know how it is. The wonder of modern technology means that we can work from anywhere. The problem with modern technology is that we do! We end up checking email at 10:47pm on Sunday night. We make our family wait in the car while we respond to...
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