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Personal Data Management Strategy

This has maybe gotten out of hand. Sure, I work in the online industry, but multiple computers, handheld devices, etc. Do I really need all this stuff? Maybe not. Maybe I could trim down a bit. But as much trouble as all the updates and management, etc. is, I think overall I get more value [...]

Microsoft Kinect Admin May be Murder Witness

Just for the record… in case anyone who does happen to read this is so foolish as to think it real, this is a bad joke. It’s just some thoughts about a potentially dystopian future when very cool, useful and valuable technology is abused in interesting ways. I’m usually not this dark or even all [...]

iPad isn’t Magic, but Microsoft Kinect Is

Master Showman Steven P. Jobs, who is now no longer just hero to the tragically hip, but App Lovers of all sorts, stockholders, and more, claims many things i to be Magic. I’m no longer so sure about that. The all around User Experience (UX) of my relatively new iThings is great. My first move [...]

My iPad FedEx from China

Zao shang hao¬† (Good Morning; at least it is for me right now.) While I may work in tech and have been on the cutting edge of some new stuff, sometimes I’m just amused / amazed by it all. Even after reading the last issue of Inbound Logistics Magazine and how institutionalized all this has [...]

Google’s New Look – My Thoughts

This is another one of those “Opinions are like A$$%^%s, Everybody’s Got One” type posts… Regarding Google’s recent changes, I thought Business Week had a really great article in their May 10 – May 16th, 2010 issue, “How Google Got Its New Look.” Why do I find Google’s moves interesting?  

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