- Gartner Reveals Top Predictions for IT Organizations and Users for 2011 and Beyond - "By 2013, 80 percent of businesses will support a workforce using tablets.
The Apple iPad is the first of what promises to be a huge wave of media tablets focused largely on content consumption, and to some extent communications, rather than content creation, with fewer features and less processing power than traditional PCs and notebooks or pen-centric tablet PCs. Support requirements for media tablets will vary across and within enterprises depending on usage scenario. At minimum, in cases where employees are bringing their own devices for convenience, enterprises will have to offer appliance-level support with a limited level of network connectivity (which will likely include access to enterprise mail and calendaring) and help desk support for connectivity issues."
- 13 Vintage Computer Ads Show How Far We've Come (PHOTOS)
- Flickr: The Flickr Developer Guide
- Where the Silicon Meets the Road - Interesting discussion. And also highlights how workable AI remains largely compute and data driven.
- Lightroom, Storage Space, and Big Catalogs | Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Killer Tips - I should probably think about deleting more of my photos in Lightroom. Disk is cheap but there are a lot of hidden costs associated with managing photos I'm never going to have the remotest use for. Good workflow suggestions in the comments too.
- Fritinancy: How Prohibition Changed Branding and Language - Lots of fascinating trivia.
- Ovum StraightTalk | Novell is acquired, but its woes continue - Ovum's dour take on the Attachmate buy.
- How IT Execs Consume - Andrew Lark - Interesting data on awareness vehicles by CIO age.
- Food - Cooking and Cookbooks - Recipes - Desserts - Eggnog - Christmas - New York Times
Thursday, December 02, 2010
Posted by Gordon Haff at 12:30 PM