The estimable Guy Kawasaki will be presenting a free webcast tomorrow at 11 AM Pacific focusing on how to evangelize your product or service. Although his work after Apple hasn’t been as high profile, I feel that he is a person that we all ought to pay attention to!
Archives for September 2007
With just a few clicks, a contributor over at Wikipedia is about to delete our entire field of work! The article on enterprise storage is nominated for deletion because the readers didn’t believe it existed as an entity. If you disagree, and think enterprise storage is more real than “enterprise chewing gum”, please head over […]
If you’re a Google user like I am (in my off-time), you’ll be happy to learn that Google finally made two long-awaited changes today. First up is the addition of presentations to the Google Docs suite. Although Docs still lags well behind the full-featured office suites (especially Microsoft’s unexpectedly great PowerPoint 2007), this addition does […]
There was lots of speculation last month about what VMware would do with all that post-IPO cash. Well, today at VMworld, the company announced it had acquired Swiss virtualization management company, Dunes. This just hit the wires, and there’s no information as of now on either company’s web site. It looks like this will add […]
On Wednesday, Apple dropped the price of the iPhone from $599 to $399. Predictably, many people went wild, complaining that they got ripped off by this 33% price cut after just 10 weeks of sales, while others defended the move, comparing it to price cuts by Sony (PS3), Microsoft (XBox), and even Apple itself (Mac […]
Apple just announced a total refresh of their iPod line, bumping up storage capacity across the board. The little Shuffle is the only one without more storage (still at 1 GB), but the Nano now has a nice screen (with movies) and 4 or 8 GB of flash storage. The disk-based iPod (now the “Classic”) […]