Innovation

Robbing Peter to Pay Ray

The problem with robbing Peter to pay Paul is that Peter generally turns up to collect
Peopleware

EirCON: Lies, damn lies and the things Eircom tell a 79 year-old 40+ year customer

Normally I don’t publish anything personal on this blog. After the treatment that my mother has
Peopleware

Monkeys, Memory, Culture and Context

There is an image doing the rounds on twitter at the moment. Its a visualisation of
Peopleware

Multiple screens, flow and the problem with apps

My desk has a lot of screens on it. One of the screens runs to a
Technology

Alas poor Tweetdeck. Twitter, Rivers and Real-time Sensor Networks

The old Tweetdeck (version 0.38 ) started to die today. It’s build around the Twitter version
Technology

Send in the Drones? FBI Investigating a Drone at JFK Airport

Via twitter comes the news that the FBI are Investigating a Drone at JFK Airport. On Monday, March,
Technology

Microsoft Azure beats Amazon as Cloud Platform.

I had a very interesting conversation with a friend over the weekend on Cloud platforms. One thing
Innovation

Archeology of the Digital future, from Gutenberg to Al-Qaeda

The paperback version of Johnny Ryan’s “A History of the Internet and the Digital Future” was
Peopleware

There really are no silver bullets

Of all the monsters that fill the nightmares of our folklore, none terrify more than werewolves,
Peopleware

Google, MOOCs, and the evolution of work and education

I mentioned in a recent post about the growing importance of Google+. Fast Company have just