When Network World selected 9 technologies IT pros should master in 2009, two of them were microblogging platforms: Twitter and Yammer. While most people are familiar with Twitter, relatively few […]
Nearly every new technology is hailed (at least by its creators) as one that will “revolutionize” this or that aspect of our lives. Upon closer examination, however, the hype is […]
The New Zealand Trade and Enterprise Group recently carried out a study of recession survival strategies. Their findings should be of interest to business owners everywhere. They examined several multinationals […]
Recessions are the best time to take chances, make that leap, and truly reinvent your business. When times are good it is all too easy to keep doing what “works”. […]
Latin America is the forgotten continent, often ignored by the U.S. and the rest of the developed world. But the region and its rich cultural and creative resources could play a more visible and relevant role with the advent of its creative class, which if properly supported, could partake on what is increasingly an economy of ideas and innovation. This evolution could also help the region drastically change its image.
In today’s world, we are increasingly becoming more and more connected. It wasn’t that long ago that being connected meant having a pager on your hip or a cell phone […]
The definition of “succeeding” in a recession can mean something quite different for a global manufacturer struggling to remain in business, than it does for a younger and smaller firm […]
What did we really accomplish with the Digital TV initiative?
Help China solve their growth problems in exhcange for U.S. debt relief...
French Anti-Piracy Law Fails Constitutional Test; Internet Access Becomes Fundamental Right; Government’s Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds
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When it comes to Iranian culture, snowboarding doesn’t generally come to mind. But in a country that has remained largely enigmatic for three decades, the slopes near Tehran have become […]
No longer merely a shepherd for generational rebellion, the music industry has transmogrified into a champion of societal decadence and just about anything for a buck.
Despite being left out of the main competition at Cannes, Iranian cinema was recently championed as “alive and successful” by officials at the Farabi Cinematic Foundation, an affiliate of the […]
Ask around, and you may hear people describe me as an early adopter of new technology. I’ve never thought of myself as one, though. For every bandwagon I’ve hopped onto […]
Campaigning has officially stopped one day before Iran’s presidential election. Voters will go to the polls tomorrow to choose from four official candidates who are (deep breath)… Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the […]
With outsourcing and mounting fiscal deficits as part of our new landscape, creativity and innovation remain the best bets America has to remain competitive and relevant.
Ayn Rand is probably turning over in her grave at this moment in capitalism. Her famous novel, “Atlas Shrugged,” foretells a time when Big Government gets out of control, stifling […]
Poll CTOs about game-changing technologies they’re watching, and I’ll bet the vast majority will put cloud computing at the top of the list. While cloud computing isn’t yet mature enough […]
The Best ROI (Return On Investment) For Small And Local Businesses Is Email Marketing. Learn How To Make $60 Every Time You Spend $1. So many small and local businesses like yours and mine come in contact with numerous customers/clients every single day. How much would our businesses prosper if we could find a way to capture their information and continually market to them and consistently make money from it?
There are few atheists serving the sick and wounded in our hospitals today.
10 Billion Beats is a non-commercial Global Intention Event that will use drumming to send a wave of positive intention around the world. Starting in Central Kansas, it will follow the sun through the time zones at 7:00 PM on Sept. 18, 2009. (Sept. 19 as it crosses the dateline)
an article I posted in businessweek about how the notion of the expansive corporation is receding and instead we are seeing the rise of free agents connecting around opportunities. It is in this new dynamic that I find a strong potential for a new economic revival.
Thomas Cooley writes about finding success during a downturn, and there couldn’t be a better time to refer to insider knowledge like his than right now. Consider the following statement […]
There were two big takeaways from last week’s Cornell Global Forum on Sustainable Enterprise. One was that Al Gore is a very busy man these days. The other is that […]
“European Union takes turn right.” I don’t agree with this headline which I’ve heard and seen in English several places such as BBC and NPR. I also don’t agree with low turnout being a referendum on dissatisfaction with the European Union. The daily advantages of easy travel and purchasing between countries seems to already be taken for granted.
These are not times for followers. Those who will succeed during the current economic downturn will have the traits of leaders. Self confidence A clearly articulated, and broad vision A […]
As a CTO/CIO, have you ever had this reaction? “Stupid users. If only they would ‘get it’ already!” Bad news: it’s never going to happen. Users will always push back […]
After massive layoffs, many people are itching to find new ways to earn a living...but the high cost of insurance may drive people back to corporations and the old ways of work.
Low-overhead, government run health facilities in low-income areas will change the face of the healthcare industry without expanding government power or tax dollars.