With the advent of Google + I see blogs as no longer relevant.  But by all means, come look me up over there….


Google’s multiple battlepoints

Excellent summary of the varying battles being played out, by Google…..

sure hope so, but….

…..productivity gains have been maxed for a long time, this column on how hiring is due to finally pick up could’ve been wrote a year ago, in my opinion.

who needs privacy, as long as you’re ‘hip’

The sad thing is, this probably makes most of the Apple cultists I know, happy.

a disappearing dysfunction though, fortunately

Well of course they are.  Its called shelfware.  It happens – over and over – because companies (i.e. the Buyers) buy based on ‘contractual’ terms, instead of true need.

The good news?  SaaS will eliminate this dysfunction over time.  Because SaaS = pay only for what you consume :^)


Very interesting analysis, and not in the least bit surprising, honestly #duh

apologies for being away…

After taking a new and exciting role last year with my current employer, got away from posting here for a while.  Am still busy with that of course, but am going to try and get back on the wagon, so to speak……

why isn’t anyone else getting it yet?

(Know that its been a long time, have been busy with work…)

But for those with an interest in sports, I’m fascinated by how the NCAA and my SEC are allowing Auburn to cheat weekly, with Cam Newton.  Latest great essay I’ve seen on the contradiction, here; check it out if like me you’ve been following the story…

Vendor Emphasis, in Cloud focus

Good ‘summary of vendor emphasis’ I thought, contained in this Gartner release on cloud future…

but is there an alternate route?

ok, this is pretty good, guys at Google:

1. Go to Google Maps.

2. Go to “Get Directions”.

3.Type USA as the start location.

4. Type China as the end location.

5. Go to step #44.  And #104.

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