Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Zen Bank. It exists.

Last year, Matt Mullenweg (of WordPress fame) thought out loud about a bank he’d love to set up. Matt’s bank would focus on safety, ‘Google-like’ simplicity, ‘white-glove’ customer service – and be usable with the tools of today. … At … Continue reading

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Curated computing: jargon (sometimes) is a good thing

Curated Computing: Fancy cynical analyst term. Here is Forrester Research declaring a new era (‘Post-iPad’, no less). A consumer can do anything with a Windows PC or Mac… the iPad operates very differently. [It] works more like a jukebox than … Continue reading

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