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By Bob Warfield on May 6, 2010
So I’m reading Bray’s blog as usual, and I come across his argument against Flash that I see occasionally–namely, that all Flash UI sucks. Why? Here are his words: What’s not to like, then? Well, the user experience, which in my experience is fourth-rate for anything but games; No “Back” button, feaugh. And of the [...]
By Zoli Erdos on May 6, 2010
Will iPhone users move to Verizon? – goes the speculation, based on a study published @ Fortune showing AT&T drop calls 3 times as frequently as Verizon. From my vantage point even dropped calls would be a luxury – meaning you can get a strong enough signal to place calls in the first place. Apparently [...]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on May 6, 2010
At the recent Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, I had the opportunity to record this video interview with Ross Mayfield, the CEO of SocialText. During our talk, we discuss interesting topics, such as microblogging and the creation of the term “Enterprise 2.0.”
By Tom Raftery on May 6, 2010
Photo credit Tom Raftery (Me!)
Sunspec.org is an alliance of renewable industry companies whose aim is to define communication standards data monitoring for the solar power industry.
Up until now there haven’t been any standards agreed around data communication in the solar power industry which added huge cost and complexity to the monitoring and management of [...]
By Vinnie Mirchandani on May 6, 2010
Here is another of excerpt from my upcoming book, The New Polymath due in June. The book is built around 8 “Polymaths” like GE and showcases 11 building blocks for the Polymath to leverage. Each corresponds to an alphabet in the book’s RENAISSANCE framework . The two N’s stand for Networks – the first one [...]