Monthly Archives: February 2006

The Web 2.0 paradigm for companies

[via Rajesh Jain] Web 2.0 is people, collaboration, creating together. Business Model change is more important than technology change. The divider between consumer and enterprise software will blur. Give up control, gain value. Start small, grow bottom up. The question … Continue reading

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Joe Shaw needs Google Reader

Joe Shaw, the jolly hacker from Novell and chief maintainer of Beagle, is having problems with Bloglines. Joe, I think you need Google Reader. It’s got everything that you want: Web based – I read blogs from at least two … Continue reading

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“I want my job to go to India” – Part One.

Here’s an interesting take on the entire “Offshore” development paradigm that every American firm worth its salt has implemented. Ed Burnette from ZDNet contends that over the course of time, most jobs in IT will deal with maintenance/sustenance of a product/system … Continue reading

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