In Twilight of the CIO (seen through David Berlind) Nicholas Carr writes:
"In this world, a company trumpeting the appointment of a new chief
information officer will seem as anachronistic as a company today
naming a new vice president for water and gas."
Everything is 'aaS' (see Phil Wainewright). Why not combine it with the other big buzz?
Michael Krigsman blogs about "Stopping failure in its tracks":
"1. Understand the source of the problem.
2. Decide how to fix it.
Unfortunately sometimes (i.e. often) it's not so easy because "people make projects" (the motto of the IT company I work for).
Apple tries to protecte the iPhone against the evil resellers (see TechCrunch or Engadget - seen through Techmeme).This is my humble suggestion how to manage this.
Simplicity is key (see Michael Krigsman).AJAX not necessarily (see Joe McKendrick).
Google is becoming a utility (see Nicholas Carr).
BP has been fined to pay a lot of money (see Harry Fuller and Heather Clancy).A good day for the start of our small series about global warming and fun sports.
Sorry for this lame joke.But after reading TechCrunchs social site ranking I just could not resist.
Larry Dignan asks: "Will your phone ever be free?"
Nicholas Carr posts about the "illusion of privacy" (unfortinately not a quote from one of the Jaiki founders).
Maybe the major community releases do not differ so much.
I'm a IT-guy in Hamburg, Germany