Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Only Reason Mac OS X Lion Was Announced So Early

So at the next keynote, when Phil Schiller mounts the stage, he can have more time to talk about Lion’s cloud integration (the one billion dollar North Carolina facility), using the now free MobileMe, and a web based iTunes (via … Continue reading

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With technology…

it’s a writer’s world.

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Google Voice Tips

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What Motorola Needs to do to Sell The Xoom

Discount. Mass. Groupon like. Make it $500 for the first 3,000 early adopters. Stop advertising it and sell it at a discount to the people who care, who can show it off to their friends, and pump up the hype … Continue reading

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What Google Needs To Do

One team at Google needs to be in charge of product integration. I’m not talking about a couple of folks who each get product integrator written next to their nameplate. I’m talking about several dozen networkers who are professionals at … Continue reading

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The Tech Hotel [Ideas]

When I’m older and richer, I’d like to create something. One idea I’ve had for a while is what I’m dubbing ‘The Tech Hotel’. Here’s the concept: Take over an entire hotel for a year. Allow any programmers, designers, etc … Continue reading

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