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All entrants win something: Prizes for winners include CTO and VC/IPO boot camp and mentoring, plus products and services worth tens of thousands of dollars London, UK – June 19th 2012 – Today the Tech Trailblazers Awards (www.techtrailblazers.com) were officially launched to champion innovative tech startups from around the world. The Tech Trailblazers Awards, open for entries July 18th, represent a new […]Continue Reading
Next week I am in Marthas Vineyard visiting with my friend, colleague and fellow blogger Steve Duplessie of Enterprise Strategy Group. For a few weeks Steve has been telling me about an Enterprise Windows Data Migration tool called AutoMove from AutoVirt. So I have been looking at the details it is pretty good. I have […]Continue Reading
My good friend Jon Davis picked up an article by Rosabeth Moss Cantor on The Harvard Business Review that is so good that I wanted to write about it here. “Managers of the last century, gave speeches, then had their assistants send snail mail letters with the text, and maybe followed up by a phone call to see […]Continue Reading
How much CO2 does one Google search produce? How much for one EBAY auction or for a SecondLife avatar, or running one blog like http://thehotaisle.wpengine.com? How do our activities on the Internet compare to driving our car? The answers might surprise you…… Fellow blogger Rolf Kersten pulled together some quite surprising numbers: Web service CO2 […]Continue Reading
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a protocol and method for delivering frequently changing web content. Many news-related sites, weblogs (such as The Hot Aisle) and other online publishers syndicate their content as an RSS Feed to subscribers. RSS solves a problem for people who regularly use the web. It allows them to stay informed by retrieving the latest content […]Continue Reading