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Light Foresight Part IV

Damn, there are a lot of interesting stories (especially the Facebook/Google slap fight) and i don’t take the time to cover them sufficiently. So i’ll just log them here, in a light foresight entry, in order to come back later. … Continue reading

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Light Foresight Part III

Rocking some links before kicking the end of the second chapter (draft); no storytelling lesson today: [Seesmic, Loic Le Meur, Business Model] http://mashable.com/2010/11/07/seesmic-for-enterprise/ #beagilenotagirouette [Apple, MacBook, MacBook Air, UI, GUI, NUI, User XP, Mac OS Lion] http://www.engadget.com/2010/11/07/switched-on-the-ipadification-of-mac-os/ #smart(acrossthe)linemanagement [Microsoft, Kinect, NUI, Vocal … Continue reading

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The Nook Color Might Be a Better Android Tablet Than We Thought

Intro: The Nook Color’s built on top of Android, but seemed crippled in its potential to be a killer Android tablet by the way it’d run apps. Well, the reality is, it could be a solid little Android tablet after … Continue reading

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Caring and sharing, by all means – but not with networks

Key Points: Australian operators Telstra and Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) announced last week that they will call a halt to their network sharing agreement in 2012. A number of operators in any given market could share their network infrastructure and … Continue reading

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Augmented Reality on the mobile – a legal minefield?

Intro: After all the excitement that we had in the second half of last year about this wonderful, new-fangled thing called augmented reality, it seemed as though we had a little period of retrenchment My take: 2 important things Dr Windsor … Continue reading

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Comcast Says Its Disappearing Subscribers Aren’t Cord Cutters

Intro: Comcast lost 275,000 cable subscribers last quarter, and has lost 622,000 in the first nine months of 2010. More evidence of “cord cutting”? Nope, says the cable giant. It’s evidence that the economy sucks. Key points: So we’re still stuck … Continue reading

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