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Should Companies Ground their Employees? Laptops Entering the Country are Subject to Search with out Cause

Wired has a good read on the results of a Court Decision that declares that Laptops entering the country are subject to search with out cause. But what Wired doesn’t talk about is the implications to Corporate America.  If you Read More

Building Brandwidth in the Web 2.0 Economy, and the upcoming Web 3.0

The Fearless Leaders: Steve Jobs knows brandwidth. Apple is not competing with PC’s anymore. A PC is a tool, a Mac is a status symbol, and brandwidth is what got Apple to that designer label status. Steve Jobs was recently Read More

Building Brandwidth in an Internet Economy (Original)

In the days before Google your brand was measured by your .Com. Today your page rank at Google says a lot, but if someone will buy your T-shirt you know you have hit the big time. CitiBank gives its T-shirts Read More

Xbox 360 Exclusive "Halo 3" Registers Biggest Day in US Entertainment History

Microsoft today announced that the Xbox 360 exclusive game “Halo 3” has officially become the biggest entertainment launch in history, garnering an estimated $170 million in sales in the United States alone in the first 24 hours. The Xbox 360 Read More

GM’s chief to address Consumer Electronics Show

Rick Wagoner, chairman and CEO of General Motors Corp., joins Microsoft’s Bill Gates, Panasonic’s Toshihiro Sakamoto and Intel’s Paul Otellini as confirmed keynoters as confirmed keynoters for the 2008 International Consumer Electronics Show., slated for Jan. 7-10 in Las Vegas. Read More

GM’s chief to address Consumer Electronics Show

Rick Wagoner, chairman and CEO of General Motors Corp., joins Microsoft’s Bill Gates, Panasonic’s Toshihiro Sakamoto and Intel’s Paul Otellini as confirmed keynoters as confirmed keynoters for the 2008 International Consumer Electronics Show., slated for Jan. 7-10 in Las Vegas. Read More

GM’s chief to address Consumer Electronics Show

Rick Wagoner, chairman and CEO of General Motors Corp., joins Microsoft’s Bill Gates, Panasonic’s Toshihiro Sakamoto and Intel’s Paul Otellini as confirmed keynoters as confirmed keynoters for the 2008 International Consumer Electronics Show., slated for Jan. 7-10 in Las Vegas. Read More

Autism, ADHD, and the Silicon Valley Savant Syndrome (Asperger’s syndrome)

Asperger’s Syndrome has a lot of names, but the symptoms are the same, bright and intelligent children with social anxiety bordering on anti-social behavior that amaze and astound in so many math, spatial relations, or music fields but have trouble Read More

Exposing "The Secret"

David Pescovitz: Jody Radzik of the always-illuminating Guruphiliac blog says, “Here’s an excellent explanation, deconstruction and debunking of that claptrap “The Secret.” From “The Wrath of the Secretrons” by Connie L. Schmidt: f you’re at all familiar with The Secret, Read More

Exposing "The Secret"

David Pescovitz: Jody Radzik of the always-illuminating Guruphiliac blog says, “Here’s an excellent explanation, deconstruction and debunking of that claptrap “The Secret.” From “The Wrath of the Secretrons” by Connie L. Schmidt: f you’re at all familiar with The Secret, Read More

Jack Thompson Vs. Bill Gates

This is an open letter from Jack Thompson to Bill Gates.  All I can say is Jack Thompson is the worst sort of person, pushing his agenda using a tragedy. After no games violent or otherwise were found in Cho Seung Read More

Building Brandwidth in an Internet Economy

This was probably the most popular article I ever wrote.   And no it is a bit dated with some of the references, but I think it still holds up very well philosophically so I am reposting it.     Building Read More