Article Archive for February 2011
If one cannot make the case for the future it is natural to cling to the past. But in business past is never prologue. Making claims on the future by citing your past is a sure giveaway that something is missing at present.
The only people who stand to benefit from clearly defined limits on how your personal data is handled (or pay the price) are you and I; a shambling horde – disorganized and charmed at the moment by the first of the two possible narratives.
This is cross posted from O’Reilly Radar
I was struck by this photo that appeared Sunday in the New York Times. It shows a crowd of Egyptian protesters listening to a military announcement. Try to count …