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Why Pivot?

In business, a pivot is a strategy change (especially in Lean Startup processes). When you look at brick-and-mortar companies like RadioShack,...

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Thoughts on the Industry Right Now

All the forecasts: have any of them been accurate? Or is it just a way to sell reports? If it is,...

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Hosted PBX Sales Increasing

Blame some of it on the TDM-to-IP transition, but a lot of the reason that Hosted PBX sales are increasing is...

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Intel Buys Way into Tablets While $99 may be Microsoft Sweet Spot

Intel recently reported earnings and the takeaway is the company is going to focus more on Android and ramp up subsidies to...

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Why the Fax Isn't As Outdated As You Think

I wrote a blog about faxing a few months ago and got an overwhelming response. Got some comments via email and...

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Camera-Phone Opportunity Exists for Samsung

There exists an opportunity for a superior camera with 10x or greater zoom coupled with the traditional things we are used to...

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Tomorrow is Purchase Google Glass Day!

If you are a wearable tech fan, tomorrow is a big day as you will finally be able to (if you are...

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Comment Spam

January 20, 2005

Fellow blogger Al Bredenberg forwarded this to me. Hopefully the idea will drastically reduce comment spam on blogs.

GOOGLE MOVES TO OUTSMART SEARCH MANIPULATORS


Google is implementing a new tactic for blocking "link spammers" -- people who use the comment form on Web forums or blogs to place a link pointing back to their own Web site. The strategy is used to trick Google's PageRank technology into boosting a Web site's ranking in its results.


The Apprentice

January 20, 2005

VoIP and Speech Doing Well

January 20, 2005

Universal Service Fund

January 20, 2005

The USA Today have a great article about rural wireless carriers and the Universal Service Find.

Excerpt:

The $3.5 billion fund, financed by a 10.7% fee on every long-distance bill, goes mostly to rural phone incumbents to keep basic home service affordable. That's because it's costly for companies to string wires to rural areas with few customers.

Attention Deficit Trait

January 19, 2005

The birth of Attention Deficit Trait. Think being busy and working harder is working smarter? Maybe, maybe not. You may just have ADT. I would venture to say all regular bloggers have this and according to this ComputerWorld article it is addictive.

Philippines VoIP

January 19, 2005

So while we're sitting around in the US trying to figure out if VoIP providers need to be regulated, taxed, contribute to the Universal Service Fund, etc... We sometimes forget that other countries are going through similar regulatory debates. Case in point is the Philippines where the debate rages on how to legally define VoIP, etc.

Here is an excerpt of an article discussing the issue:

Quintum VoIP Contest

January 19, 2005

VoIP Report

January 19, 2005

D-Link VoIP Unlocked

January 19, 2005

China Vs. India Wireless War

January 19, 2005

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