Google announced Chrome OS and of course, that brought the “Microsoft should be scared” articles. Let’s look at why that’s not true.
I’ve often said that any decision can change the direction of your life forever. I usually use the scenario of a hall of doors one can walk through or forks in a road one has to pick from. Every action has a consequence, good or bad. Success (maintaining it) is the result of many good […]
I interact with people all day through various methods: email, instant message, text message, voice and video. I’ve been thinking a lot about how I interact with people lately. A couple of months ago I was talking to a friend online and he was relating how a potential client, when asked to set up a […]
“I do not know if this has happened to anybody, but this morning I log on to Facebook and I have a new friend request!” wrote 19-year-old Mike Yeamans, a sophomore at James Madison University, on one of several “No Parents on Facebook” groups that have popped up on the site. “I am excited to […]
I read NxE’s list of the 50 most influential bloggers. By the time I got to #1 I was laughing at the ridiculousness of it. If you read the trackbacks and comments it’s pretty obvious the list is whacked. And let me disclaim – no, I don’t think I should have been on the list. […]
MySpace demanded that GoDaddy pull the plug on Seclists.org, which hosts some 250,000 pages of mailing list archives and other resources, because a list of thousands of MySpace usernames and passwords was archived on the site. GoDaddy complied. In a move that Seclists.org owner Fyodor Vaskovich said happened with no prior notice, the company deleted […]
2007 predictions. The next week or so there will be many entries about it. When I read those, I think: who cares? Really, what shall be shall be. Occasionally I come across one that intrigues me. Mapping the Web has an interesting one: Bridging the gap: Up until recently, the gap between A-list bloggers and […]