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Facebook Privacy: Get Over It

About a year ago, my wife and I attended a seminar presented by Clark Dodsworth (Osage Associates), an expert on …

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Vulkano: A Case Study in Bad Marketing

The Sept. 16 New York Times includes a review of the Vulkano by David Pogue.  Excerpts below are from that review — as …

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Hulu vs. Netflix: no contest

Norma and I have become somewhat addicted to 24.  We watched seasons 1 through 7 using Netflix streaming through our …

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iPad + Skype = iPhone for sumo wrestlers

According to http://news.cnet.com/8301-17852_3-20014535-71.html (among other sites), “the Japanese Sumo Association has handed out iPads to the 51 sumo “stables” or clubs, so …

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Drucker’s Management Contradiction

So much of what we call management consists in making it difficult for people to work. Peter F. Drucker (1909 …

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Electric cars: at last, a decent article

PopularMechanics.com has a very nice article: “An Electric Car Test Drive — In 2010.”  If you’re interested in a well-informed …

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Sony: How About a Little Support for Windows 7?

Drivers.  Windows users have learned to shudder at that word.  Drivers were a big part of the problems with Vista.  …

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First Look at the iPad 3G

The iPad 3G is an iPhone on steroids.  That’s closer to the truth than you think.  When you run iPhone apps the …

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Top ten reasons the iPad is not a laptop killer

Walt Mossberg’s review in the Wall Street Journal was headlined “Laptop Killer? Pretty Close.”  Here are ten reasons the iPad is very wide of that …

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CalJOBS Security is a Mess

After years of spending summers doing research and some consulting, the economic situation in California has gotten so bad that …

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