Monthly Archives: January 2010

On the rise of social eCommerce

Deborah Collier published her five predictions for social e-commerce in 2010: Goodbye to the Middleman The Year of the Deliver Company Creative Sponsored Advertising Mobile Commerce Revolution Free Culture Frenzy Her predictions can’t be anymore bang on, if these become … Continue reading

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iPad: Same Content, Different Form

After I got past the unfortunate branding fiasco of the latest and greatest from Apple, I can’t wait to first get my hands on one (like millions of others) and then maybe even owning one (like millions of others will). … Continue reading

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The agile kitchen

Last year I posted about why successful restaurant kitchens are more Agile than many software ‘kitchens’. Tonight, I’m posting more about this topic. A good software developer is disciplined, just like a good chef is disciplined. Both will put extra … Continue reading

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Blast from the past – Team Athena

Back in 2005-2006 when I was finishing up my Software Engineering degree, we had to build an autonomous search and rescue robot using the Lego Mindstorms kit. Here is a video I found this morning of our robot “Athena” – … Continue reading

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Two Thousand & Ten

I’m going to go a little off track with what I’m going to post this time. I’m not going to talk about technology, Google Maps, web applications, software, photoshop, SEO, or how tos or any other “geeky” stuff. Its the … Continue reading

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