Month: May 2011

Facebook’s Zuckerberg, Closed App Stores and HTML5

Could you imagine being so famous that your declaration of killing all the food you eat yourself becomes mainstream news?
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7% of Doctors Using Video Conferencing

On TMC’s Video Conferencing community Erik Linask reported on the fact that 7% of doctors are using video in their
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Twitter Drops Tweets Term to Take on Facebook?

To manage my Twitter followers more effectively I have a rule which sweeps my followers into a directory allowing me
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An Honest Critique of Microsoft and Steve Ballmer

For the last five years there have been calls for Steve Ballmer to step down from Microsoft and I have
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How Sea Water Cools Google’s Data Center

Google recently released a new video showing some of the details regarding how they turned an old paper mill into
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In Memory of CNBC Anchor Mark Haines

CNBC anchor Mark Haines is dead at age 65 and as an avid CNBC watcher, I have learned from Haines
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Skype For Asterisk to Shut Down

One of the more exciting announcements in the open communications space was when Digium inked a deal with Skype to
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Avaya Touts People-First Model

This week at IAUG – the Avaya user group event in Las Vegas the company launched a new program called
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Content Marketing Webinar Tomorrow

Sorry readers I have been meaning to blog this earlier – tomorrow I will be participating in a webinar on
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Lady Gaga Causes Monster Cloud Crash

Born This Way is one of the most popular songs of the year – it already was the fastest-selling single
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