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Reichert Communications Weblog

Published: 2009-12-18T16:37:50-08:00


Getting Tiger Out of the Woods


It’s been close to a month since Tiger Woods’ unfortunate car crash but the media circus still lingers. We can’t just put the blame on the media though since we, as consumers of news, play a huge role in prolonging...

To Tweet or not to Tweet...


That is the question! Micro-blogging has gone Twitter-pitch (get it?) over the last few months thanks to the massive amounts of media coverage it has received from celebrities that have become Tweet freaks overnight. From actor Ashton Kutcher’s video tweet...

Words, words, words


A shrinking feast or a changing one? As a lover of my luscious mother tongue, I am concerned and confused by our society's growing penchant for abbreviation. But, I am trying to adapt and understand like any good monkey. Admittedly,...

Platform dominance in the music download space: a Beta/VHS battle all over again?


It appears that the French government is in the process of “forcing” technology companies such as Apple to share with its competitors the technology to enable playing iTunes downloaded songs in other MP3 players. Apple’s potential response, according to the...

Placeshifting Is Here to Stay


Free TV on my Mobile Phone

A few months ago, my husband couldn’t stop talking about something called the ‘Slingbox.’ He said that this cool new gear would allow him to watch live television on a mobile phone. For weeks...

Potholes of the Superhighway


In many ways, planning a vacation in the information age has become more difficult. Before, escaping from the monotonous demands of daily life was as easy as going down the road to the local travel agent. Sure, you had to...

Technology & Multi-tasking


Technology and schools, great combination right? According to some law schools that is a big NO. The Christian Science Monitor recently ran a piece about how the University of Michigan Law School is one of many graduate schools to ban...

IM: The Next Phishing Frontier?


Early last week, I fell into the trap of some sort of phishing attempt on Yahoo! instant messenger. I received an offline message that was sent by a friend with a link to some photos on a geocities site. I...

…and the Billy Goats Gruff


Two weeks ago I spent some time at EclipseCon. It was great to see such an enthusiastic crowd of Open Source developers and commercial companies supporting the Eclipse Foundation. My client Actuate is the steward of the BIRT project. The...

The Insidious Patent Troll...


I've been watching the story of NTP vs. RIM and the slightly lesser known case of MercExchange vs. eBay. What I find curious is that Patents, which were created to drive and reward innovation, have now become a means to...