Great news on the Jotspot front: today we announced we have been acquired by Google. It has been a work in progress for some time now, so it is exciting to finally go public with the news. I’m ecstatic to be a part of Google and continue what we started with Jot as a part [...]
I came across this quote from Michael Dell in an old Harvard Business Review (3/05, “Execution without Excuses”): “When someone runs in to our offices saying ‘We’ve got to do tablet computers,’ because Microsoft says we should, or because everyone else is doing them, we ask, ‘How’s this going to work? How big’s the market? [...]
I was attacked by Mexican Sage today in downtown Palo Alto. I barely escaped with my life.
The TAL podcast has arrived.
I’ll be speaking at Wednesday night’s Web SIG over in Fremont on Wiki Technology & Trends: Past, Now and the Future. Hecklers are welcome. I will probably institute my standard two tequila shot minimum before listening to me speak. I’m much more interesting after two tequila shots.
It should be illegal to even ask to switch seats with another passenger on the aisle when you have a middle seat. Have we moved this far from a barter economy that people have lost sight of how to swap items of equal value? The person on the aisle, who is asked to switch, is [...]
I brought only a briefcase on my trip out to CT this weekend and was reminded how wonderful it is to travel light . It got me thinking how Fedex might improve air travel. Look at how much effort goes into baggage. We haul suitcases to the airport, they are screened by some expensive machine, [...]
A recent post by Garr pointed to this video. It made me smile. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPn4IWf3w2k
Joseph snapped a pic of a well named salon in NYC. I wonder if they will want my picture for the storefront?
Last week, after three years of being a Newsgator fan and customer, I switched to Google Reader. I started using Newsgator after they released their first product – an RSS newsreader Outlook plugin. It was a great product and I really liked that it was integrated with Outlook. Then I started to notice that anytime [...]