Friday, November 15, 2019

Freescale evolves second-generation smartbook form factors with new tablet design

And now the string of designs and tablets will commence in 2010.  Here is an interesting article on one of these designs (not a...

Amazon Christmas e-book sales beat print sales

Amazon Christmas e-book sales beat print sales. As detailed in The Age, "On Christmas Day customers bought more electronic books than hard-copy books on...

The iTunes Model

We have moved into a new era in consumerism and opportunity.  The iTunes Model is upon us in far reaching numbers and it will...

Practical technology today for tommorow

Over the last few days I have continually spoken with excitement to people about the photo recognition technology offerred by Amazon through their iPhone...

Consumer trends for 2010

I recently read a very interesting article here on Consumer trends for 2010 and I thought I would throw a "risk" lense across each of these trends.

Innovation of Risk is Not An Option

Recently I have been pondering a lot of my old posts and allowing them to reappear in my thinking. Essentially, I just wanted to take some time to rethink what is the "innovation of risk"? Have I answered that question? Not exactly. Instead, at this point,  I have thought that the key fact about risk is this - risk is old and stale.