Growing up isn't always fun .. I agree with Fred Wilson's latest Google commentary Big Company-itis. The following quote says it all 😦 Big companies are not the best places to innovate and guess what, Google is a big company now.
I've been a fan of the black-humourist Kurt Vonnegut for a long time. His books resonate with me. It sad to see that he has passed. At 84 I'm guessing that he lived a full life. Here is the NY Time obituary
It is sad to see that two of my favorite bloggers have moved on to new jobs and will not be blogging anymore 😦 Good bye to James Enck's Eurotelco blog and WR Koss's Technology and Geopolitics. Best of luck in your new endeavours guys. 😀
It was great to see Zach Johnson win the Masters this weekend. But I can't believe that the "news media" is calling him an "unknown". He was good enough to make the US Ryder Cup team on his first attempt. He dominated the Nationwide a few years back. Not exactly from no-where. This guy has... Continue Reading →
I listened to iInnovate's Geoffrey Moore inteview last week and it has been "gnawing" at me ever since. I've been intending to write a lengthy post on the subject, but I get too agitated 👿 It is not that I don't agree with Geoffrey Moore, it is that I find him far to close for... Continue Reading →
I've been spending more time listening to the iInnovate: a Podcast about innovation and entrepreneurship. I really like them 'cause it is rare to have these individuals talk about their careers. One thing that leaps out at me is that a common question is, "What would you recommend for an MBA to do today?" A... Continue Reading →
Andrew@Nyquist posted a great list of observations from OFC. I particularly like number 10 -- Stephen Carlton of Fujitsu. “Don’t design your network for Video because much bigger drivers exist in the near future. Japan is trailblazing these applications with a cashless society, hyper-mobility, and other application innovation. Their greatest lead isn’t in FTTH, it... Continue Reading →
This is great news --- Apple Unveils Higher Quality DRM-Free Music on the iTunes Store. No home network problems or incompatibilities. Looks like Steve Jobs letter to music industry is bearing fruit. I hope this translates into more Music co's adopting this postion. I may be changin' my buying habits which are: eMusic and CDs.... Continue Reading →