By Denis Pombriant on April 8, 2016
Remember when your mother used to yell up the stairs to get you to turn your music down? Sometimes, in the age before sensitivity awareness, dad would do the yelling and he’d substitute noise for music. Ah, the good old days. Too bad they aren’t here right now yelling at vendors. ConsumerAffairs.com is the brainchild […]
By Denis Pombriant on September 26, 2012
It’s over, Dreamforce that is, and I have gotten some needed sleep on the flight back to Boston. As I contemplate Dreamforce 2012 and its meaning I have three observations. First, it was what I expected it to be. If you refer back to my post just before the show opened my expectations were more […]
By Denis Pombriant on September 5, 2012
The aftermath of the verdict from the patent infringement lawsuit between Apple and Samsung initially generated more heat than light. But the last few days have made up for the light that failed to emanate from the weekend’s id fest and Armageddon prediction Internet confab.
By Jason Busch on November 24, 2009
Selling into the Chinese market is certainly more art than science. But without question, it’s more important to be connected with communist party members and their investments — read, state-owned companies — than necessarily having the best produc…