Posts tagged "greencanyon"
Social media is arguably one of the most influential technologies in history. And while I find myself using it more and more for business, I’m still not a huge personal user (compared to some of my really geeky friends). This might be due to the national episode that happened to me about a year and... Read more »
In a post I wrote last summer on cloud computing, I shared my thoughts on the vague usage of “cloud computing”, within both technical and non-technical audiences. It’s finally becoming generally accepted that the cloud is more or less a marketing term today. I like the seasonal approach–perhaps snow computing during the anticipated Snowpocalypse? We seem... Read more »
Remember Project Parole I started a while back? Well I’m officially going on 5 months now, and I’d say it’s a success. The goal was to move all of my personal computing/software to an open and free platform. Not only have I successfully moved all of my personal stuff, but we have also migrated the... Read more »
Is it me or is everybody on earth becoming a journalist/blogger/expert? Everyday, we are seeing more and more individuals who are starting their own columns on everything from Java Beans to Justin Bieber. It’s incredibly easy for an individual to express what they are passionate about, whether anybody reads it or not. If they do,... Read more »