More fallout from the Steve Jobs departure, Skype launches an apps platform, and are those ugly, square bar codes a marketing force for the future? Let's kick off the week in news! Post-Jobs Jobs' Departure Will Test Employee Loyalty: Some … Continue reading
Our Survey Sunday this week is asking what part of the Geekonomy is least understood by the mainstream media! http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YXLTR32 – Steven Savage
Here was an ironic question, asked before the Apple announcement: Which of these stories is the bigger for the Geekonomy? 28.6% – The Google Purchase of Motorola 28.6% – HP's refocusing. 28.6% – Both. 14.3% – Neither And what did … Continue reading
Okay, for those of you who are currently dodging hurricanes (and for those of you who aren't), you might want to spend a little time pressing the flesh. That's right – it's time to network.
Okay, show of hands! Who hasn't started working on their webcomic/videogame/book/whatever yet? Okay, those of you with your hands up, keep them up. Okay, out of all of you, who already has their logo and stuff ready to go? Okay, … Continue reading
"Yes, it is very impressive, but that's not why we're here." In 1982, David Zucker, Jim Abrahams, and Jerry Zucker, collectively known as ZAZ, brought their brand of humour to the small screeen. Police Squad!, a parody of classic Quinn-Martin … Continue reading
Is Samsung looking to buy HP's computer division? Is a cool new music-sharing service enough to save BlackBerry? Is the iPhone 5 coming to a T-Mobile near you? Is it Friday, thank God, and are we wrapping up the week … Continue reading
Well, here we go: five days left, and things are not getting any easier. Again, it's time to scream.
OK, I sort of held back on HP's decision to uh . . . give up on everything they were known for. I wasn't sure what to say, and then I realized that what I had to say was more … Continue reading
A bit of a light news day – but with the big Apple Story and Open Feint horning in on technical territory left by Apple, this gets pretty interesting . . . More Apple Fallout: Tim Cook says Apple isn't … Continue reading