Cancer and DNA (requires Real

Cancer and DNA (requires Real Audio player) ::: Driving home last night, I caught this report on NPR about a couple of researchers who are trying to identify genetic causes for various forms cancer and other diseases. According to Michael Myerson, the researcher interviewed for the story,...

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Lindows.com – you can trust

Lindows.com – you can trust Microsoft… really! ::: Here’s a snippet of a letter from Lindows.com CEO to Lindows.com “friends”: [W]e feel obligated to disclose to you that we were compelled to disclose your email address to Microsoft during the discovery process as well as the content...

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Signs of a Rebound Appear

Signs of a Rebound Appear in the High-Tech Heartland ::: According to The New York Times, the signs in the Valley aren’t all that disappointing. Lots of anecdotes, and even a few statistics, that signal that more people are jumping on the bandwagon: the recession may be...

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Business 2.0 – Magazine Article

Business 2.0 – Magazine Article – The Case Against Knowledge Management ::: I haven’t fully digested this article, but it presents a good case against “standard” KM solutions while outlining a possible framework for firms to realize value out of their collective knowledge. One place where the...

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Handspring Treo out next week

Handspring Treo out next week ::: Last summer, Handspring announced the Treo, a communicator that would combine a Palm Pilot, a GSM cell phone, and a wireless Internet device for e-mail and web browsing. I wasn’t really overwhelmed by the idea – I’d seen the Kyocera Smart...

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Premium services coming for Blogger.com

Premium services coming for Blogger.com ::: This isn’t necessarily big news for most readers, but as a recent convert to the world of “blogger”, I’m at least happy about this. Some background: What you’re reading is a self-published “weblog”. There’s no real magic behind the scenes, though...

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Gates at CES ::: In

Gates at CES ::: In contrast to Steve Jobs’ announcement at MacWorld, Bill Gates actually announced something innovative. You’ll get no argument from me that Jobs’ marketing acumen was in full force this week ( getting Time to guarantee a cover story about a new monitor), but...

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