How I lost my faith in wikipedia

I used to be a big believer in wikipedia and looked up references and information on it for, well, just about anything. Up until now, when I experienced firsthand how factual information can be removed and you're left in the cold when you'ry…

Nokia Morphing

Ok, impressive. I didn't think they had it in them anymore (I've been a Sony-Ericsson convert for a number of years now), but the Nokia Morph concept looks very interesting. From the press release: "Morph is a concept that demonstrates how future…

Will we be matched by machines by 2029?

Tagging on my previous post on "shift happens", ever serious site BBC Machines states that machines will achieve human-level artificial intelligence by 2029. And we'll be having nanobots inside our bodies.Click here for the full article.

Shift happens

.. and it is still happening. At an ever increasing pace. Check out the presentation. | View | Upload your own"Predictions are that by 2013 a supercomputer will be built that exceeds the computational power of the human brain." I'm especially…

We have come a long way since 1996

Since 1996,the WayBack Machine site has been archiving about 85 billion web pages. I've gone in and looked at the history of my site ... boy, have I come a long way too. :-)Over at this site someone went in and looked as some big brand names…

Blogging over at the Mobile World Congress

I'm officially one of the bloggers at our Technology Blog over at the Mobile World Congress. So go over there and see what we're thinking about the new technologies we see at the show.

They key to life is ... running and reading

Wise words from Will smith: Running and reading are the key to life. Look here as he explains why.Found through StrongLifts. Have a look there for his analysis. I'm off to running now. ;-)
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Wired on the iPhone history

Wired's report on the history of the iPhone and its impact on the US carrier market. Read more here
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It's all about getting people to notice you, so here is a nice video of how they did it by wildbeaming, a form of beamvertising. Pretty cool. Limited to cities though. Video also available on YouTube

101 dumbest moves in business

It's list time again ... check out the 101 dumbest moves in business for 2007.