2007-06-15T13:42:14-07:00Bloggers of social media analysis: Links to blogs associated with social media analysis companies. Some are more work-oriented than others, but there are some good sources in here.
2007-06-13T09:55:43-07:00Just a quick link that carries the announcement from the US Army that they are moving their "video game" to the Xbox 360. They emphasize the "realism" of their games.
2007-06-13T09:48:12-07:00Effect Measure:Interesting read about the balance between freedom of movement and the need to restrict or control movement of individuals who can become pandemic carriers. Where is the right balance?
2006-10-30T09:25:07-08:00Where's Microsoft?:A couple of days ago, I reread Ray Ozzie's famous memo to top Microsoft's top executives and engineers on "the internet services disruption," as well as Bill Gates's cover note.... Gates spoke of the software-as-a-service model as being a "wave" that could swamp the traditional software business.
2006-04-11T16:28:56-07:00The Web-Powered Control Shift: Social Computing: The idea of social computing is getting a lot of play these days, most notably this week as folks discuss the fall-out, good and bad, of Chevy's own large-scale experiement in this space, Chevy...
2006-02-28T15:51:00-08:00ASIA: Uneven preparedness for bird flu poses huge risks:Bird flu is continuing its relentless spread across the world, in India more than 200-thousand chickens have been slaughtered, after its first reported outbreak. The World Health Organisation estimates that 92 people have died from bird flu, most of them in Asia.
2006-02-28T15:50:22-08:00George Bush in India - what is success?:Paul Danahar asks whether George Bush's visit to India will still be a success even if nuclear differences remain.
2006-02-28T15:49:56-08:00Indian budget pushes for growth:... India's finance minister presents his budget, saying his country's economy will push for annual growth of 10%..
2006-02-28T15:41:05-08:00Maoists massacre 25 ahead of Bush's visit to India (AFP via Yahoo! News):Leftwing guerrillas killed at least 25 anti-Maoist campaigners after ambushing a convoy of trucks ferrying the unarmed activists in central India, police said.
2006-02-28T15:40:45-08:00News):Former U.S. Ambassador Robert Blackwill would often tell Indians that President George W. Bush had a "big idea" about closer ties between the U.S. and India, but for it to work trade between the two nations must become a two-way street.