Big companies suffer from too much attention. Small companies suffer from too little. Nigel discusses the problem at both ends.
The idea of a smarthome that merely does what the owner expects is an oxymoron. A smarthome must be able to make decisions, sometimes wrong ones.
Everything changes when money is involved. This can be an enabler.
Something wicked this way comes… and it’s a friendly device :D or :(
Multinational corporations, government, and local laws — a minefield. Should US laws apply to US companies abroad or local laws?
Git shows an alternative direction for the structure of the web
Is it possible to choose the best beer to drink (or any other critical decision) if you have enough information and the right tools to process it?
What makes a good software developer? If you know the answer, you might want to read on and find out if you’re aiming at the right target.
Business Evolves. Canadian businesses (and others) may find themselves using automated servers around the world.
When thinking about the future of cloud storage, King Ludd proposes a rentable container style system where communication between containers is possible.
What would you do if you were made boss of Intel tomorrow? Probably cursing your predecessor.
King Ludd launches an invective at the blandness of brand designed user interfaces.
What do we make of the plethora of devices already on the market and still more to come, that have no obvious purpose?
2 1/2 years after Steve Jobs’ death, how is Apple’s future holding up?
King Ludd asks where we are in the hype cycle for current technologies.
Digital currency Bitcoin has lost some value, both economic and trustability, in the wake of theft. Does this prove the currency is just a libertarian ponzi scheme?
With Chrome OS being given preferential treatment and Google’s development of Dart, it might be time to start looking at headstones for the little green robot.