Thinking about technology investments


From the New York Post this morning, check out this story “A Lot Changes in Tech Over Four Years and 1,000 Blog Posts“. It got me thinking about things. According to the dashboard for this blog, I’ve made 4,255 posts.  The very first one goes back to January 8, 2008 and was titled “Blogging onContinue reading “Thinking about technology investments”

Better Looking Presentations


This post is for all who do presentations but specifically to those working on their presentations for #ECOO13 this summer. I hope that you’re not just firing up Keynote or Powerpoint or LibreOffice and filling in the blanks in a template to call it a presentation.  While this works, keep in mind audience engagement.  TheyContinue reading “Better Looking Presentations”

A Couple of Days with Ubuntu 13.04


I had a friend try to grind my gears over the weekend.  If you’re such a fan of Ubuntu, why are you carrying around a Macintosh computer?  It’s a valid observation but the reality is that I have both a Mac and a PC (Sony Vaio) and it’s the Vaio that’s running Ubuntu.  At theContinue reading “A Couple of Days with Ubuntu 13.04”

10 worst-case BYOD scenarios (and how to prevent them)


One of my favourite reads when it comes to technology is TechRepublic.  Consistently, it provides great insights on topics that I’m interested in.  This morning was no different.  An article, with the title of this blog post, appeared today and takes on the topic of BYOD.  The focus of the article is the business world.  However,Continue reading “10 worst-case BYOD scenarios (and how to prevent them)”