Link | Words as Power » Marshall Goldsmith Blog

May 30, 2008

Marshall Goldsmith Blog » Blog Archive » Words as Power: I like this comment, “It’s when they’re trying to be democratic and fair that CEOs forget how much they still weigh.” This is a good post on micro-analyzing CEO comments 🙂


Link | Seth’s Blog: Let’s put on a show

May 30, 2008

Seth’s Blog: Let’s put on a show: “Ouch 😉 In a nutshell, you’re perceived to be putting on a show (whether you like it, or not.) 💡 So make it the best one you can.”

Link | Seth’s Blog: Recognition

May 30, 2008

Seth’s Blog: Recognition: “Seth talks about recognition.” I always like Seth’s style of getting into my head. Get’s me to agree … then think openly on the topic … the result is that I usually recoil w/ an oops.

Link | Light Reading Europe – PBT Sidelined at BT

May 30, 2008

Light Reading Europe – Ethernet – PBT Sidelined at BT – Telecom News Analysis: “Is this supposed to be a surprise? My gut says PBT is a niche, and will be a niche.”

Link | Analysis: 1TB for $200 is great, but SSD is still the future – Ars Technica

May 30, 2008

Analysis: 1TB for $200 is great, but SSD is still the future – Ars Technica: “Isn’t it amazing how far the HD has evoved”

Link | A VC: I Got Lucky

May 30, 2008

A VC: I Got Lucky: “Fred Wilson regale’s us with his post-MBA-experience in the VC world. I think it’s interesting that he’s says, “don’t do it the way I did it … ’cause I got lucky.

My take — On one hand I agree with him and on another hand I don’t see how it’s any different for the person building industry experience (his recommended route). That person has to be lucky enough to be in a field that matters and early enough to become an expert. Bottom line is that you’ve got to be lucky in either route. No one can forecast this kinda stuff.

Link | Report: State of Broadband According to Akamai – GigaOM

May 30, 2008

Report: State of Broadband According to Akamai – GigaOM: “Om provides highlights of Akamai’s report that can be found here.

Ars Technica has detailed post as well.

For us Canadians. Canada shows up twice with 9,873,214 unique IP Addresses out of a total of 329,059,516. This places us 10th in Unique IP’s per capita ( a measure of Interent penetration.