- The 25 Happiest Animals In The World
- A Look at DeltaCloud: The Multi-Cloud API
- The World's Most Ethical Companies - Forbes - Must say, 2 (of the handful) of IT companies on this most ethical list seem... interesting... choices
- Reality Check on Ubuntu's Enterprise Claims - An analysis of Mark Shuttleworth's latest Ubuntu claims by @jzb on @RWW << tl;dr The claims are very iffy
- Is there a Plan B if Windows 8's Metro fails? | ZDNet - IMO the whole question of the degree to which touch & traditional desktop interfaces can be brought together is underappreciated. >> "Not only that, but it seems like the entire OS was really not designed for desktop computing. If you don’t have a PC that is touch UI enabled or has human interface devices that are touch-optimized, most of you are not really going to get a ton of value from running Windows 8."
- Cloudcamp - An Unconference for Cloud Computing - Do you have Good #Cloud Kung Fu? Take survey and find out. ITPI is having fun with serious research.
- The TSA's Insane Budget And Woeful Track Record | Co.Design: business + innovation + design
- Transformer fire sends black smoke into streets near Back Bay Hilton; wide swath of the city is plunged into darkness after power is cut - Metro Desk - Local news updates from The Boston Globe - Looks like my choice to head home after #Directions12 rather than grab dinner first was a good decision
- After 244 Years, Encyclopaedia Britannica Stops the Presses - NYTimes.com - RT @apatrizio: RIP the Encyclopedia Britannica print edition. << Inevitable I guess but still wow & a bit sad
- Why I left Google - JW on Tech - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
- Server virtualisation: From sprawl to stall - CIO UK Magazine - RT @AndiMann: "From sprawl to stall" - Freeform's @Dale_Vile on virtualization to #cloud (via @CIO_Magazine) #VMstall
- Oracle has a cloud computing secret — Tech News and Analysis - Oracle's pricing problem with the cloud
- Instagram - RT @karaswisher: People will stand in line for anything at sxsw. It's like USSR but with hipsters.
Friday, March 16, 2012
Posted by Gordon Haff at 10:32 AM