Five steps to building a global technology companyRead the rest of this entry »
Archive for the ‘Technology’ Category
How much has teaching and learning really changed in the last 10,000 years? Sure, we have the internet with millions of pages but that’s just a big disorganized library. What about the real stuff of teaching and learning? I don’t think teaching and learning has changed at all, matter of fact I think we’ve lost touch with some very simply truths and technology needs to reflect that.Read the rest of this entry »
The use of Facebook and Twitter is fueling the growth of democracies in Egypt and Tunisia, respectively.
The printing press was invented in 1493 yet democracies did not truly begin in the modern era until 1776.
Facebook and Twitter are together less than six years old. Where will we be ten years from now?Read the rest of this entry »
Citizens banding together in anonymous fashion to protest against an organization, person or event will grow in the years to come. We are already seeing this as evidenced in last week’s successful DDoS attack against the MPPA and RIAA websites. Perhaps it is the beginning of the anti-Facebook, anti-MySpace, generation?Read the rest of this entry »
Ever more complex and burdensome features have been built into products in the mistaken belief that “more is better” as design has shifted away from actually engaging and listening to the end user.Read the rest of this entry »
12 easy steps to follow in order to begin designing products like Apple. Some serious some not so serious – for you to decide which is which.Read the rest of this entry »
How we phrase a question leads us to different insights and conclusions about products, markets, business plans and how we see things. You can ask: why do people love the iPhone? Or, you can ask: Do I love the Android? Do I hate AT&T? Do I hate Apple? With the new iPhone coming out and AT&T gouging it’s customers it’s time Sergey and Larry started asking: Why doesn’t anyone love me?Read the rest of this entry »
A brief review of the historical beginnings of Cloud Computing, a three step view of how it will develop and a call to action to create the next big thing.Read the rest of this entry »