Giving the term, ‘green light’ a whole new meaning.
(Source) BBC: http://goo.gl/0xIlG
Bill Gates’ expertise on “iPad Frustration” parallels how Redmond missed the boat on Smartphones – laughable yet seemingly clueless. After all; does he even own / use an iPad (with enough frequency) to make this (ridiculous) assertion?
(Source) Information Week: http://goo.gl/P4awW
A group of Middle School students not only used a phishing technique to gain administrator privileges to their school’s computers but actually complained when they no longer worked correctly (as a result of their escapades!) Classic.
(Source) BBC: http://goo.gl/uN60j
The “greatness” of truly great people lies in their appreciation of the “ordinary.” – Daisaku Ikeda.
Wow; the utter
brilliance obviousness of this statement: “AT&T / Verizon duopoly would be a bad thing.”
Arguably, it already largely is… (which is a BAD thing for innovation; prices, etc. as America continues to fall further behind in another field that the nation pioneered; all in the name of profit!)
(Source) BGR: http://goo.gl/sFYRQ
Amongst all of the records that IBM holds; add World’s Smallest Stop-motion Movie to the list. (Simple yet still impressive!)
(Source) CNET: http://goo.gl/tvwiO
The next time some pundit espouses how nothing that Washington, D.C. (i.e., the Federal Government) does works, you can ask said ‘expert’ if they’ve every heard of VTel? If not, you can simply state that they offer fiber, 1GB ‘net access for $35.00 per month. Granted, the caveat is that it’s offered in Vermont; nevertheless, it does underline the point that the large Telcos are a hindrance to wider broadband adoption rates across America (versus being an active catalyst for this technology becoming ubiquitous!)
(Source) Live Dr. Jay’s: http://goo.gl/BYG6s