- Marketing Is Dead - Bill Lee - Harvard Business Review - "First, buyers are no longer paying much attention. Several studies have confirmed that in the "buyer's decision journey," traditional marketing communications just aren't relevant. Buyers are checking out product and service information in their own way, often through the Internet, and often from sources outside the firm such as word-of-mouth or customer reviews."
- 18 Solid Justifications for Cloud Computing -- and 10 Situations Where It Doesn't Work - Forbes - Joe was a great MC at GigaOm Structure back in June.
- As Heroku Boss Flees to Olive Farm, Where's the Platform Cloud Going? | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
- Cooking isn't fun, but you should do it anyway. - Slate Magazine - RT @asymmetricinfo: This sort of article is always a little bit shocking to me. What do people eat?
- What users are saying about open clouds | The Pervasive Data Center - CNET News - RT @amcpherson: What users are saying about open clouds. Good write up by @ghaff on cnet #cloudopen
- Oracle’s Historical Fiction « benchmarkingblog - RT @ibmperformance: Oracle's Historical Fiction
- The CIO as the (IT) supply chain manager — Cloud Computing News - RT @sbils: The end game for #cloud and the role of the #CIO? IT supply chain master #gom
- Modernism in literature: Rumble and roar | The Economist - Jeff hart was a professor if mine at Dartmouth. New book on 20th century writers
- Backblaze Blog » Price gap: Storage vs Bandwidth - Rt @backblaze: @ghaff We certainly agree! -- nice infographic.
- Podcast: John Mark Walker talks Gluster | The Cloud Evangelist - RT @RedHatStorage: Podcast: John Mark Walker talks Gluster via @EMEACloudGuy
- Untitled (https://plus.google.com/110195292458741862277/posts/Bd7nqq76kGm) - Video on setting up Katello (upstream for app mgmt component of CloudForms)
- The Cheapest Generation - Derek Thompson and Jordan Weissmann - The Atlantic - "Zipcar gives drivers access to cars they don’t have to own. Car ownership, meanwhile, has slipped down the hierarchy of status goods for many young adults. “Zipcar conducted a survey of Millennials,” Mark Norman, the company’s president and chief operating officer, told us. “And this generation said, ‘We don’t care about owning a car.’ Cars used to be what people aspired to own. Now it’s the smartphone.”"
Monday, September 10, 2012
Posted by Gordon Haff at 11:41 AM