Why do so many god ideas fail?
Web 2.0 had a key message , this is it
The BBC hates Apple, I don't think so
Walking round Infosecurity 2008 you realise how significant the change to commoditisation in IT has become. The once arcane secrets of IT security are now an applied science -- bolt on the black ...
Moscone hosts the Web 2.0 conference, where are you IBM when you are needed
Darth Vader is the father of Lotus Notes and Microsoft Office Groove
Sometimes you need to be hated to reach nirvan
No sooner did Ian White’s posting about SaaS appear on this blog than a whole heap of info about it pops up in my inbox. This article about Contracts is worth a gander. An analogy Ian once used ...
Are Self-Organizing Neighborhood Wireless Mesh Networks the next biggish thing? - Well I live in a town with the most number of retired vicars, priests and ministers in the UK - a statistical fact. ...
- 17 Apr 2008
SaaS is going to happen big time, you better get ready for it
LinkedIn has a use, but to me its not as useful as Plaxo
Why I don't hate Linkedin
Twitter, Symbaloo and Wecando come into focus this week
Energy saving collaboration software
- 09 Apr 2008
Do blogs matter, well maybe in the IBM universe they do
Come on Lotus get you broad message defined and articulated
Tbe BBC has set its sights in being the GBC (Global Broadcasting Corporation) ... and now a word from our sponsor
What with Lotusphere comes to you and the dis-jointed week I have been experiencing it seemed a good time to reach out to some of the other cool bits of technology that are out there but which I ...
Lotusphere comes to Manchester and to you
Blog bitching is for real
We the people demand a fair Web 2.0 say
Liveish blog comes to you from Wembley's LCTY
Lotusphere comes to you and you and you and you
A while back I wanted to put a new blade server into a rack at a data center only to be told there wasn't enough power.
Michael Pincher is back - and its about time too!
Lotusphere comes to Wembley and Manchester, book now to get IBMs vision of what hot now and what will be in coming years
The 2008 Budget offers the UK IS industry little or nothing that will improve business competitiveness or stimulate the development of home grown technology industries.
- 12 Mar 2008
Same 'ol same 'ol - don't be a technolgy dinosaur
Activesync on the iPhone, a costly denouement between Apple and Microsoft especially for IBM
Ray Ozzie makes the Beeb, I think he is really making an impact now