New business owners want to work at something in a moral way, be empowered to make their own choices, and create a company (or more) that might actually be bigger than them. That doesn’t come easy when many of the ideas you have are wrong. I recently came across a great list of misconceptions and added a number of my own items to it.
There are certain cases where piracy is understood as simply stealing intellectual property. But, there are other cases where a simple leak of a product gives the world at large just enough time to view it before being taken down. The media appear to play a key role in spreading the content, while users soak up the results. Read on for more, and a rundown of what happened.
Cringely is no fan of IBM. His latest skewering of IBM’s move to sell its server business to Lenovo doesn’t sit too well with him.
The current iteration of this story is from Will Smith (no, not that Will Smith), who writes for Tested. In his article “CES: It’s Mostly Bullshit”, he expounds on the suckiness of all things CES. He’s really only redeemed by saying “mostly”
News that the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) intend to expand their Licence Plate Recognition Program (ALPR) from 4 to 27 vehicles is more than troubling
Not long ago, TheNextWeb reported on a new idea from Digg founder Kevin Rose. This idea; Tiny is an idea for a new blogging platform. While Tiny doesn’t seem to be real yet, the YouTube video included gave us a glimpse of what it might look like.
The always interesting John Gruber offers The Case for a New Lower-Cost iPhone that brings up a number of great thoughts about what we’re all expecting in the next lower end phone named 5C.
Microsoft has offered a preview of WIndows Server 2012 R2; here’s how to get it, and what I’m interested in.
One such older column I came across was Robert X. Cringely’s Amazon.com isn’t killing Best Buy: blame Best Buy IT. I do find that, after all these years, Cringely is a good source for insights.
Recent news has the American computer magazine PCWorld ceasing its print operations and moving to digital distribution. I had to stop and let that sink in. Don’t get me wrong, I think this is a smart move for publisher IDG. In today’s publishing climate, I would expect digital magazine production to be much cheaper than […]