- 6 Core Competencies to Use and Provide Enterprise Cloud Services - The CA Cloud Storm Chasers - CA Technologies - Good list of core competencies needed to operate enterprise clouds by @andimann
- BOT: Business, Operations, Technology | Ferris f(x) - Framing cloud in terms of business, operational, & technical issues By #redhat colleage Mike Ferris
- The Apple fanboy problem | ZDNet - RT @sjvn: The Apple fanboy problem, by @violetblue at ZDNet ~~ Scumbags. << Sadly, broader internet mob mentality
- Comic: Canon, Nikon, and iPhone - RT @petapixel: Funny comic - Canon, Nikon, and iPhone: << Like it :-)
- 'Huffington Post' Employee Sucked Into Aggregation Turbine | The Onion - America's Finest News Source
- Untitled (https://plus.google.com/109074857816744029470) - I pretty much agree w Stephen Levy on Groupon deals. Increasingly uninteresting or "crumb snatching"ly small
- Community Types « Wild Webmink
- The Death of Slander by Leslie Yalof Garfield :: SSRN - "Technology killed slander. Slander, the tort of defamation by spoken word, dates back to the ecclesiastical law of the Middle Ages and its determination that damning someone’s reputation in the village square was worthy of pecuniary damage. Communication in the Twitter Age has torn asunder the traditional notions of person- to-person communication. Texting, tweeting and other new channels of personal exchange have led one of our oldest torts to its historic demise. "
- New York's 9 Most Iconic Dishes ~ Food News - Restaurant News | Zagat Buzz
- 5 Things You Should Know Before Trying to Fix Your Computer | Cracked.com - "I come from an era where computers were designed for geeks and geniuses. Without the Internet, their only practical uses were data storage, being a really expensive word processor and being a kickass solitaire machine. Growing up in that mindset, you learned to fix computers because there wasn't much else to do with them. "
- Adobe: Here's why Creative Cloud is worth $600 a year | Deep Tech - CNET News - SW subscriptions probably reasonable deal for heavy users but they're hard on users who don't need latest.
Thursday, February 09, 2012
Posted by Gordon Haff at 9:52 AM