By Thomas Otter on May 5, 2012
A couple of days ago via Microsoft’s arbiter of all things cool, Steve Clayton, I saw this poster. (If you like it, buy it too). The poster has gone viral, no doubt bringing a wry but slightly painful smile to anyone filling in travel expenses or CRM system screens, or thinking about tidying the garage. Within a couple [...]
By Basab Pradhan on March 2, 2011
If you read this blog regularly you should be used to my constant carping about the lack of imagination in the music industry due to which the price per song is stuck at about $1. While the music industry in the West and in Bollywood is doing its best ostrich imitation, in another product category [...]
By Bob Warfield on February 8, 2011
Having been in the software business all my life, I’m no stranger to the idea that many people think it’s okay to steal digital property. After all, it costs virtually nothing to manufacture another copy, so the reasoning goes, and so therefore the owner isn’t out anything. It’s an unenlightened and unsophisticated rationalization of what, [...]
By Zoli Erdos on September 18, 2010
Our little (?) group of Enterprise Irregulars has been growing steadily, and I’m often asked what it takes to join us. It’s really simple. Here’s the key qualifier, courtesy of Merv Adrian: Ok… so it’s the weekend, and I had my little fun. The real answer is that there is no answer. We don’t have [...]
By Zoli Erdos on July 28, 2010
This is the Week of Leaks: first and foremost Wikileaks, and now the iPhone Leak. No, I’m not talking about the disappearing signal (aren’t we bored of the iPhone antenna stories yet?), this is leaking white light as reported by TheStreet.com: Apparently, the back light from the iPhone display screen is leaking out around the [...]
By Michael Coté on July 9, 2010
Syncing media and DRM.
By Zoli Erdos on November 27, 2009
Hm.. must be Bohemian Week… see Jeff’s Happy Thanksgiving, and now this. P.S. Ah, that FTC disclosure.. I did some business with the Queen … a Century ago, in another Galaxy.