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Time has just issued their Time 100 list, recognizing the most influential people around the world. This is the twelfth year that Time has produced the list that includes innovators, industry leaders, artists, researchers, scientist, activists, and political heavyweights. People are selected based on criteria that aren’t exactly a definite science. There are people that [...]
We are all guilty of having our little thoughts and pre-conceived notions about individuals based solely on their email address. Mstoocuteforyou@yahoo.com may be taken a lot less seriously than let’s say a Jane.Doe@gmail.com. The pre-judgment is seemingly natural and inescapable. We imagine our email addresses to be representations of ourselves. Yes, firstname.lastname@example.org may actually believe [...]
While the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers hashed it out last night during Super Bowl XLV, arguable the most unlikely merger was being ironed out between The Huffington Post and AOL. The Huffington Post, co-founded by my Ms. Arianna Huffington, has built itself from a charming political blog into one of the most visited international news websites.
A patent lawsuit filed by Microsoft’s co-founder Paul Allen has been dismissed due to its vague nature. The lawsuit was filed earlier this year against the technology giants.
I was recently reading an article on how Microsoft dropped the ball on developers and why several of them started to switch over to MAC OS X. Then I realized that the problem with Microsoft is that it represents the global large corporate mentality, mediocrity and lack of innovations. This is why Google is #1 and this is why no matter how much money a large company throws at the small competition, they can't keep up.