- The World’s Technological Capacity to Store, Communicate, and Compute Information
- Bits or pieces?: My top 10 influential thinkers in cloud ... - A long view.
- On the Origin of KVM (Virtualization@IBM (follow us on Twitter - @IBMVirt))
- You think BYOD is Causing IT Headaches Now, Just Wait Until it’s Mandated | ownCloud - Ultimately I think this post sort of answered its own question. At some point, employees are expected to bring certain skills and "stuff" to do their jobs whether phones or cars. I think PCs are headed in that direction.
- How Jonah Lehrer should blog : CJR - Often when I cut and paste-ish my text from an earlier piece it's because I've written some explanation I don't see the point in rewriting. "Secondly, use links as shorthand. Kouwe and Lehrer were both brought down by the fact that they felt the need to re-write what had already been written elsewhere. On the web, you never need to do that. If you or someone else has already written something well, just link to that, rather than feeling the need to repeat it."
- Brainstorming Doesn’t Really Work : The New Yorker - "Brainstorming seems like an ideal technique, a feel-good way to boost productivity. But there is a problem with brainstorming. It doesn’t work."
- Salesforce: Concept of Private Cloud is Fundamentally Flawed CIO.com - RT @AndiMann: "Salesforce: Concept of Private Cloud Fundamentally Flawed" HT @Virtual_com < Beating a dead hors ...
- Technology Review: Apps are Waste of Resources | Digiday - "On the other hand, it’s not clear to me what the future of consumer revenue online will look like. We know that all-or-nothing paywalls don’t work and porous paywalls are ambiguously successful at best. So, instead, Technology Review is going to look at membership models. "
- Aaron Sorkin’s “The Newsroom” Review : The New Yorker - RT @EmEsfahaniSmith: The Artificial Intelligence of Aaron Sorkin's The Newsroom via @newyorker
- Playing the part of an incubator in Cloud | The Cloud Evangelist - Playing the part of an incubator in Cloud Good piece via @EMEACloudGuy at #redhat
- Red Hat breaks ground in Westford - Lowell Sun Online - RT @richardfontana: Red Hat breaks ground in Westford
- Letter to Emily White at NPR All Songs Considered. | The Trichordist
- Digital Music News - Selling More Than 100 Downloads a Year? Then Consider Yourself Lucky... - RT @plamere: 94 percent of all songs were downloaded less than 100 times in 2011. << Long tail #s
- It's Called Progress, Folks by Garrett Murray - Pretty much agree with this, at least in the domain of laptops. The fact is that, battery replacement and RAM upgrades aside (and with the price of RAM today, it's really not a big deal to just get the right amount upfront), laptops were never very upgradeable or repairable by even tech-savvy consumers.
- The Decline of the Public Cloud (and the Rise of the Private Cloud) « ARCHIMEDIUS - Not sure I agree but interesting read.
- Increasingly, Clouds Are Built the Open Source Way - Forbes - RT @emorisse: 41% of #cloud adopters will only use open source software; 39% #OSS and proprietary mix h/t @openlogic
- 3 Overlooked Areas Ripe for Innovation | Inc.com - RT @AndiMann: 3 Overlooked Areas Ripe for #Innovation (@Inc) < People, process, technology. Probably in that order
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Posted by Gordon Haff at 5:02 PM