“I’m glad we’ve been acquired by [big company] but I worry about having enough resources now to get our job done.” (said no one ever in the history of technology acquisitions) The common thought is that big companies have more, not fewer, resources to apply to problems. Why is it then that small companies like Day One, […]
The common belief was that Microsoft had a solid going concern business. Windows and Office franchises, while seemingly declining, would remain powerful franchises keeping the company alive for a long time to come. They had plenty of wiggle room to experiment, fail, and recover. To figure out how to execute. Now, the only thing I can imagine is […]
Watching helplessly as the movers do their thing. I tried helping, they laughed and told me to sit down. Earlier this week I had to fax something (aren’t landlords hip?). Downloaded an app, and away I faxed. The other day I saw some Captain Obvious at, I think Barclays, write something about how phones are replacing cameras (uh, Kodak fell off […]
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A major complaint by IT against Apple is that Apple doesn’t share long-term roadmaps so businesses can’t plan or manage risk. RIM, a company closely tied to businesses is in free-fall. Take a look at their 5-year plan, and based on their migration to QNX (their execution to plan over the last 12 – 18 months), you can’t trust a thing […]
OK, so by now it’s pretty well established that I nit-pick things, have an acute sense of observation, and a big enough mouth to broadcast my astonishment at the funny things I notice around me. I’m learning how to be more positive and keep my mouth shut more… but I just couldn’t pass this one up. Was looking at Google […]