- Tina Brown on the End of 'Newsweek' in Print and Future of Newsweeklies -- New York Magazine
- Embargoes, NDAs, and tech journalism’s way of doing business - As an analyst, I sometimes used to sign NDAs. Mostly they were harmless boilerplate but sometimes the intent did indeed seem to be to control what I could write about a given company.
- RainyMood.com: Rain makes everything better.
- Beware the Big Data Campaign - NYTimes.com
- Don't Blindly Model Your SaaS Pricing on 37signals | Hacker News
- Amazon's Jeff Bezos: The ultimate disrupter - Fortune Management - "Writing a memo is an even more important skill to master. "Full sentences are harder to write," he says. "They have verbs. The paragraphs have topic sentences. There is no way to write a six-page, narratively structured memo and not have clear thinking.""
- 7 Dumb Cloud Computing Myths -- InformationWeek
- Red Hat OpenStack - Red Hat's OpenStack Folsom Technical Preview is now available:
- The Largest Internet Database of Broadway Information - Playbill Vault - RT @americanrep: Wish you kept all those old playbills? Now you can rebuild your collection with @PlaybillVault.
- Cato Unbound » Blog Archive » A New Era of Unfounded Hyperbole - My biggest question comes about because big lectures are so widely cited as one of the things that 1.) many traditional educational institutions so often do badly and 2.) see almost anachronistic in this day and age. Yet, they're one part of the traditional educational experience that we've had the technology to do away with for decades.
- The Hater's Guide To The Williams-Sonoma Catalog
- Red Hat | Red Hat Enterprise Linux - The Original Cloud Operating System - Blog post on Red Hat Enterprise Linux as a cloud operating system
- John McAfee: sex, drugs and anti-virus software - Telegraph - This is really quite the amazing story.
Monday, November 19, 2012
Posted by Gordon Haff at 2:04 PM