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Collaboration Mania

by Jack Santos  |  March 6, 2012

This email came in: Hi all, Since you haven’t all gotten into the habit of checking the <enter you favorite collaboration product here: Lotus Connections, MS SharePoint>, let me repost...

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Mouse Killers 101: Keyboard Shortcuts Never Die

by Jack Santos  |  February 28, 2012

A group of us has been sharing a great doc by one of our editors (Vince Earl) that is a quick and extensive guide to Windows keyboard shortcuts.  KEYBOARD shortcuts? ...

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Follow the bouncing blue ball for a lesson on the future of BYOD

by Jack Santos  |  February 1, 2012

I keep getting interesting stories from folks about the “Find My iPhone” app, so I thought I would add mine, and maybe extrapolate what I think the moral of the...

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Yegge Post Missing the Third Leg of the Stool: The Correct Data Model

by Guy Creese  |  October 13, 2011

Last night I read Steve Yegge's now infamous Google+ post, "Stevey's Google Platforms Rant." I think it deserves all the attention it's getting -- it's an architect's view of what...

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iPhone, iPad, Streak, Slate, Xoom – will Desktops, Laptops be gone soon?

by Jack Santos  |  March 10, 2011

There is no question that the new form factor for personal computing – the tablet – is changing how many businesses use IT devices to interact.  There is also no...

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Internet TV

by Jack Santos  |  January 25, 2011

I was recently asked about an update to a popular blog post I did over a year ago on my antics around my home theater setup.  Six months ago, Comcast...

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The Frontiers of Visualization

by Jack Santos  |  December 14, 2010

Our Data Management guys in the Gartner IT1 offering do a lot of research on data – in all its forms.   They are looking at things like “Big Data” and...

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Black Friday's Here. Sleazy Ads, too.

by Jack Santos  |  November 24, 2010

Interesting click the other day – it brought me to what looked like a reporter’s blog entry at a premier local TV station.  Only to figure out it was a...

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Jet Lag and Consultants

by Jack Santos  |  November 18, 2010

From the “shop local” department: Wired magazine reports that jet lag makes you stupid.  That explains the idiotic advice I would often get from globe trotting consultants (and analysts).  So...

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I Don’t Want “User” Experience I want “Elise” Experience!

by Elise Olding  |  October 6, 2010

Who is “User” and why am I subjected to his/her experience when using a device or website? I dream of the day I don’t have to figure out how “User”...

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