About Evans Mehew

Evans Mehew is the founder of FastFulcrum. Evans has over 22 years’ professional experience in technology and global business in areas including business analysis, competitive intelligence, information security and Research & Development. Evans is an inventor on six granted patents to date (with an additional three pending) and served as an adjunct professor in graduate & undergraduate programs for over 16 years. Classes taught include: Digital Age; Risk Management; Competitive Intelligence; Competitive Analysis; International Peace & Security; Principles of Environmental Scanning; Science, Technology & Markets; Scientific Method and Disruptive Technologies. Contact Evans at: evans@fastfulcrum.com

Mad World

Mad World

“It’s a crazy world.” – Glen “Somebody ought to sell tickets.” – H.I. “Sure, I’d buy one.” – Glen From “Raising Arizona” You know, it IS a crazy world.  Exhibit A: any news feed, any time of day, from any source.  Pick one.  No, really … do it.  View, read, listen, whatever … mostly, try […]

Not of Human Born

Not of Human Born

[Shout out to “Macbeth” for the inspiration for that headline.] In the Remain Relevant course we cover technology (obviously), specifically, we briefly explore what technology is as part of setting the table for broader exploration of content. A workable definition is that technology is a means (whether physical or logical/virtual) by which humans can manipulate their environment […]

Evolution = Good.

Evolution = Good.

An interesting and very practical point that came up in a recent Remain Relevant class: we should all avoid internalizing hyperbole surrounding the possibility of job loss due to automation.  This in itself is a challenge.  We are bombarded daily with multiple, diametrically opposed opinions across dozens of topics, each vantage point supported by a […]