By Chris Selland on February 10, 2011
Just read this lengthy discussion of the dynamics of the ‘war’ between WordPress and Movable Type for the hearts and minds of bloggers – written by a former Movable Type product manager (and current partner) but in a very evenhanded fashion. There’s a great deal of information here and I recommend reading the entire post, […]
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By Craig Cmehil on April 13, 2010
It is with a large amount of pride and a huge helping of humility that I report we have just crossed the $5000 goal mark we set out to achieve during our 24 Hour Marathon this year! I received an email from Jim Spath updating me about the offline donations he was tracking on his […]
By Craig Cmehil on March 5, 2010
Today’s show is all about taking chances and is a sequel to our last episode on “change”. Risk is there but not always bad, in fact there is no bad just degrees of positive!
By Phil Wainewright on February 22, 2010
Listen to my conversation with Dave Karel, VP of product marketing at SuccessFactors and Dave Willis, senior VP of marketing of Inform, recorded just after SuccessFactors announced its acquisition of Inform. In this podcast, learn how Inform’s analysis software helps companies understand more about how to motivate their best performers, and find out why SuccessFactors […]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on January 12, 2010
It almost a truism that cultural and organizational factors — these include politics, information silos, “tribal” interests, and effective change management — generally determine the success or failure of a major IT initiative in most organizations today. While “big bang” strategic projects and infrastructure upgrades are notoriously fraught with peril, particularly when it comes to […]
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By Craig Cmehil on December 4, 2009
Today’s show was a bit late in getting going (sorry about that was unavoidable) but once we did get started we focused on the the dangers of social media how perhaps our approach to these topics should be considered in regards to how the younger generations view we we do in relation to what they [...]
By Craig Cmehil on November 12, 2009
For awhile now I’ve worked with and “mentored” various students doing their thesis and doctoral work and I’ve meet some of these students in the past but none quite like what took place at the SAP TechEd Vienna event. This was the first time I had meet a student that I had spent time over [...]
By Craig Cmehil on November 6, 2009
Video says it all or?
By Craig Cmehil on August 21, 2009
Today’s show inspired through the events of this post featured a guest host Maggie Fox (Twitter: @maggiefox) and a conversation about diversity and making change happen for the better.
Shout Out Adobe and the RIA Hacker Night
Shout Out RedMonk and the RIA Hacker Night
Shout Out SAP PRESS and the RIA Hacker Night
Shout Out Etay Gafni [...]