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Experience Matters… Especially In a Startup

There is a belief in startup-land that you have to be younger than ___ to successfully innovate. To some extent, that is driven by the youth of the founders of a few highly successful companies like Facebook and Twitter, magnified by the … Continue reading

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Whence Private Clouds, and Why Amazon and Google Should Spin Off Cloud

After our article last week discussing the economics of moving into AWS vs. do-it-yourself (DIY), Jim Stogdill wrote an excellent follow-up about when enterprises aren’t moving into the public cloud; Simon Wardley – whose strategic situational awareness mapping is in a category by itself and should … Continue reading

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Hiding Fingerprints in Your Browser for Privacy

The browser is the single most ubiquitous piece of software on the planet. Nearly every computing device has at least one one. Because of its ubiquity, and its use across multiple applications from open (Google “how much does a banana … Continue reading

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Samsung’s “Too Smart for Their Own Good” TVs

The Internet has been abuzz for the last week about a hitherto little-known clause in Samsung’s “Smart TV” privacy policy. The news was most prominently covered in the Daily Beast, here. The Daily Beast includes a link to the entire privacy … Continue reading

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