Monthly Archives: January 2012

rethinking higher education

A friend of ours has decided to take a stab at shaking up the world of higher education, democratizing the education experience. His introductory presentation on the topic was given live today at the DLD 2012┬áconference in Munich for “international … Continue reading

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eureka in the tradeshow

With 90 minutes left in the week-long Consumer Electronics Show, I finally managed to get to Eureka Park, showcasing 100 early technology companies – co-sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Startup America Partnership. A nice example of a … Continue reading

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consumer + cloud

Yesterday I got a chance to talk with Allen Bonde from The Pulse Network about how consumer technology and devices connect with cloud and enterprise technology. The lines are being blurred in multiple ways. We talk about combined experiences like … Continue reading

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invisible keys, usb, lasers and biscotti

Three of the cooler ideas and products I saw this week at the Consumer Electronics Show. Boogie Board – writable e-paper – write or draw notes, erase at the touch of a button. $40 for the basic version, $130 for … Continue reading

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it takes a village – to protect your data

Yesterday afternoon I stayed around for the final panel session at the Storage Visions 2012 conference, taking place alongside the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and it turned out to be probably the most exciting and controversial session of … Continue reading

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