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Run by Wall St? Cause or Company?


In light of the Yahoo! - Microsoft fiasco, fellow bloggers Larry Dignan and Vinnie Mirchandani have been asking the question whether there is too much emphasis on just one stakeholder - the shareholder. After all, shouldn't a technology company (or...
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Now that’s a Big PaaS Market


Prominent industry observers such as Dion Hinchcliffe, Phil Wainewright, and McKinsey have been busy lately discussing the rapidly evolving “platform as a service” offerings from companies such as salesforce.com, Amazon, and Google. One frequently...
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The 6 Principles of Deliberate Marketing


Does your sales team ignore the majority of leads marketing passes on? Marketers must develop a more intimate understanding of their target customer and the market that customer serves to generate qualified buyers that Sales won’t...
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Krugman's Nobel Winning Theory and Software Indust


Paul Krugman won the Nobel in Economics today. Before you jump, I know its not a real Nobel prize. I have enjoyed his writings on New York Times along with other favorite economists like the one's behind Cafe Hayek - who funnily enough or sadly...
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Rapid Prototyping Tools


Newsletter readers: jump straight down to the list of tools. Prototypes as a design deliverable are on the rise, and for good reason. I am strong believer that prototyping helps us to design better experiences. We are working in a world of rich,...
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Post Links to Delicious via Email Messages


How to post links to del.icio.us bookmarks from your cell phone or mobile device via an email or SMS message. Though del.icio.us is such a popular place for saving bookmarks, it is still not friendly enough for use on cell phones or mobile...
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