This is an interesting summary of tips to consider when buying technology gadgets… The FreeGeek dispenses some free advice on the 8 rules for buying. You can read the details on his site, or see the summary list here: 1.
An interesting development in Digital Rights Management (DRM)… The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has dropped its subscription to the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) web-based database of technical papers over the use of DRM. The SAE refuses to allow any
This web site shows a very interesting 360 degree interactive view from the surface of Mars… It’s worth taking a look.
ABC News International came out with the best perspective on global warming: “From the Babylon of Gilgamesh to the post-Eden of Noah, every age has viewed climate change cataclysmically, as retribution for human greed and sinfulness… Sea levels have been
If a business destination is within 4 hours driving time (i.e., Chicago, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, etc), I typically drive my car so I can avoid the trouble of flying. When I used to drive by myself years ago, I would typically
This doesn’t present a lot of new information and it is a little long, however, it is a very provocative viewpoint on the rapidly changing world. [youtube]ljbI-363A2Q[/youtube] 6 min 5 sec
This is an interesting video of a Delta rocket carrying a $45 million satellite, which exploded shortly after liftoff… [youtube]MvJF01hlEfM[/youtube] 1 min 50 sec
As a contact lens wearer for over 20 years, I keep an eye out for this kind of thing (pun intended). It appears that Bausch & Lomb has discovered another problem with their Renu solution… I guess I should be happy
Surprise, surprise… The Supply Chain Consortium came out with a report that indicates the collaboration with suppliers is not really happening. The survey found that 67% of participants impose financial penalties on suppliers and 55% reduce order volumes with suppliers
I’ve had a couple of recent postings about the natural evolution of web-based applications and “Software-as-a-Service”. It appears that Oracle has weighed in with their viewpoint in a recent interview with Intelligent Enterprise magazine. There was a previous interview with