Archive for January, 2006
Technology is beginning to determine business models.
It no longer merely enables transactions but also interactions.
In the last year text has been joined by audio and video.
All of these mediums are becoming truly two way.
Convergence of technology and communication has arrived.
The Creative Imperative was the theme at this weeks World Economic Forum.
Some of the leading minds […]
The word science stems from the Latin scientia which means knowledge.
Scientists are returning to their roots and yet again inspiring innovation.
Technological advances are enabling analytics on a global scale.
Doing so Google figured out how to harness the distributed intelligence of the net.
Organisations are fundamentally rethinking how they innovate.
Industrial age thinking was dominated […]
John Battelle (co-founding editor of Wired and founder of The Industry Standard) visited the Google New York office to speak about his book The Search: How Google and Its Rivals Rewrote the Rules of Business and Transformed Our Culture
Recorded on December 7th 2005 - runtime 57 minutes […]
anytime, anyplace, anywhere,
there’s a wonderful world you can share …
The above slogan is from the 1970’s Martini advertising campaign.
Back then it represented a lifestyle most could only aspire towards.
After watching this weeks CES keynotes it came to mind.
Bill Gates spoke about Microsofts offerings for the coming year.
… this all has to work across […]