Content Staging and Virtual Staging

May 17, 2011

I was just reading over at Gadgetopia the post by Deane Barker about Content Staging and the merits of Virtual Staging of content. i was impressed by Dean of exposing the disadvantages of the Virtual Staging methodology especially when arises the need to change Menu structure. When i come to think about an Architecture like […]

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Product Management and release cycles

May 3, 2011

I am a bit shocked from release processes in the last few weeks and cannot hold back the feeling. I am a supporter of release fast release often but there is a bit of a stretch named “Within Reason”, if your application size is 30Mb and you release every 3 days the commitment is, how […]

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I Fixed my iPad

April 29, 2011

About a month ago my son managed to reach the limits of elasticity as far as the digitizer was concerned. it smashed into so many little pieces that i was glad we had the screen protector, it held them in place and left the iPad operational. So i decided to fix the iPad on my […]

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Requiem to comments

April 27, 2011

We all like reading posts on blogs, news sites and media. we like to see videos and pictures. some of us like to comment on them too. but those comments are not social, they are local and isolated. who saw this in his twitter feed? i commented on _____ blog post http://bit.ly____ This is a […]

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The ICQ lesson

April 15, 2011

The other day I went, uninvited, to the hive in Sydney, again thank you Michel Williams (@mia_will) it was great! Thanks again Michel. I was talking to some of the guys and we started discussing business plans. It was amazing how we were all in under the same opinion that there are too many startups […]

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The telegraph lesson – will internet be controlled by AT&T?

April 6, 2011

The way Tim Wu is presenting the internet’s future is quite daunting, an internet that is no longer open and free for all but controlled by commercial entities like Google, AT&T or even Steve Jobs. This a truly grim picture of our future. His book The Master Switch starts with a description of the “Miracle” […]

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Enterprise collaboration

March 30, 2011

When Enterprises are faced with the need to maintain knowledge the jolt action is to call the Knowledge Manager, get some practices in place and buy some expensive Collaboration environment with all the bells and whistles and send emails to all employees with incentives to put information on it, usually some form of a long term competition. […]

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enterprise focused startups?

December 21, 2010

I find myself gazing at the headline above and thinking, man this is impossible! Why would i have such a thought? i am suppose to be positive! bright future! look at the full glass! but alas, i giggle at the thought. its not that i think this space is not potentially loaded. its just that enterprises way of carrying business […]

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TripAdvisor gets sued but could be saved by Facebook

December 3, 2010

As i mentioned in my previous post there is a vacuum out there, the vacuum is getting sites in trouble and will have to be solved soon. The latest news about a class action against TripAdvisor just strengthen the sense of that void. since the hotel owners are suspicious over the legitimacy of the reviews […]

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GoogleMe vs Facebook, let the identity management fight begin.

November 25, 2010

Rumor or not, google is going to fight the social network market. its not an obvious reason of why they are doing it for the third time. The value of the social networks is only starting to emerge in Facebook and that is also debatable over what is the next phase there. it seems the fight here is not […]

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