del.icio.us: y.ah.oo! As someone who has used both tagging systems, and is a Yahoo afficianado, I think that this is a great move for both groups. Hopefully, this can lead to something really cool. I’ll need to explore all the other options that are out there, though.
Now this is a hell of a phone! Gads, this makes my Treo look tiny.
What’s Holding Back the Digital Living Room? – New York Times I’m a fan of David Pogue of the New York Times and Missing Manual fame. There are some interesting points he brings up here. However, the main reason I think that the digital living room hasn’t taken off has been bandwidth. Steve Jobs believed […]
Playlist: Creative CEO rattles saber at Apple, again It’s all well and good to talk about taking on the iPod. However, though Creative has been around longer, they’re playing catch-up. If they ever want to pull ahead, they will need innovate. Out innovating Apple is a tough challenge, indeed.
Gartner sees less demand for IT specialists | CNET News.com A warning about becoming too specialized.
Playlist: Duh of the day: Youth prefers iPods to radio Christopher Breen does a great job explaining the dwindling effectiveness of the Mainstream media. He mainly focuses on radio, but talks a bit about newspapers. His ideas are relevent to the recording industry, as well. Youth have grown up with customizing their content. They value […]
Email: Can’t Live With It, Or Without It – Forbes.com Quite an interesting article on the value of email, and the costs of keeping it running. It is incomplete, though. She talks about the costs of maintaining ailing systems, and how few companies are tracking them adequately. This is not put in context, however. Are […]
It’s sometimes hard to imagine, but I remember a world without PC’s, iPods, cellphones and the like. Though it really wasn’t that long ago, in some ways it was a lifetime. The impact of these, and related, technologies on our culture has been immense. These devices have changed the way we date, flirt, communicate, learn, […]