Saturday, May 31, 2008

Google spotlights data center inner workings - Webware

"We want our next-generation infrastructure to be a system that runs across a large fraction of our machines rather than separate instances," Dean said.
Right now some massive file systems have different names--GFS/Oregon and GFS/Atlanta, for example--but they're meant to be copies of each other. "We want a single namespace," he said.

Google spotlights data center inner workings (Webware)

「Tom Peters on Passion!」

What is the meaning of Passion!!

According to Tom Peters who is a famous consultant,
"Hard is soft, and soft is hard. The real soft stuff is the numbers and the truly hard stuff is "passion, energy, values, character, enthusiasm.


DisasterTech - Mikel Maron at Where2.0

You could see the video with the latest trends of "Disaster Technologies", Mikel Maron at Where2.0;

Friday, May 30, 2008

Evolution trumps design - Steve Jurvetson's Trend

Google Maps API

The Google Maps API provides embed Google Maps in your web pages with JavaScript.

MySpace Adopts Gears for Mail App

The Android demo/presentation by Steve Horowitz

Google Pushes to Make Browser Applications More Powerful - NY Times

You could read the article with the latest trends of Google, the full post of NY Times;

Vic Gundotra, Google’s always enthusiastic vice president of engineering in charge of developer programs, said the announcements mark the coming of age of the Web as a programming platform.
“If it was Windows versus the Web, the Web has won,” Mr. Gundotra said in an interview last week.

Google Pushes to Make Browser Applications More Powerful (The New York Times)



HONDA Ad - FREED

Yesterday Honda announced "FEED" that is the compact car in Japan.
Thema song belong to Sean Lennonis the son of musicians and peace activists John Lennon and Yoko Ono.



Thursday, May 29, 2008

Google Earth API

The Google Earth Plug-in and its JavaScript API let you embed Google Earth, a true 3D digital globe, into your web pages. Using the API you can draw markers and lines, drape images over the terrain, add 3D models, or load KML files, allowing you to build sophisticated 3D map applications. If you have an existing Maps API site, you can 3D-enable your page with as little as one line of code.

What is the Google Earth API?

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Rod Smith of IBM Mashup Center

You could access the video with IBM Mashup Center by Rod Smith, Vice President Internet Emerging Technology, Software Group, IBM;













Web 2.0 fails to produce cash - FT

Really?!
People and Community would be more and more important than ever before, I mean.
You could read the full post with the article of FT;

The shortage of revenue among social networks, blogs and other “social media” sites that put user-generated content and communications at their core has persisted despite more than four years of experimentation aimed at turning such sites into money-makers.

Web 2.0 fails to produce cash (FT)

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Take It To The Next Level - Nike Advertisment

This video is the new-style advertisement for Nike that Guy Ritchie produced;

Take It To The Next Level

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Fisker Karma, a plug-in electric hybrid in 2010

Fisker Karma, a plug-in electric hybrid, runs on 75 cents per gallon in electric mode.





Apple will rule the living room by 2013, Forrester says - ComputerWorld

Always with People、with Customer, Not Selling Technologies.
Forrester analysts predict the future(2013) of Apple.
James McQuivey, an analyst at Forrester Research, said "The home destination is where Apple wants to roost".



I am interested in the following words;

In any case, Apple has bigger ambitions, and always has, McQuivey said. "Apple has never been about only selling technologies. What it's really interested in, at least since Jobs' return, has been in having a love affair with consumers. And there's no better place for that love affair to culminate than in the home and the living room."

Apple will rule the living room by 2013, Forrester says (ComputerWorld)

Saturday, May 24, 2008

「Tom Peters on the Definition of Leadership」

What is the Definition of Leadership ?!

It is said that it looks like the top role of the Pyramid(Organization) such as "the superman" who is familiar with the all trends and the events in the world.

However, according to Tom Peters who is a famous consultant, a glimpse of the essence of the definition of leadership could be found in this quote from Robert Altman's lifetime achievement Oscar acceptance speech.

"The director allows an actor to become more than they've ever dreamed of being."


Friday, May 23, 2008

Fans Resist End of Virtual Disneyland - WSJ

Amazing

For Walt Disney Co., the task of opening a virtual version of Disneyland on the Web was relatively easy. Closing it, though, is proving to be quite a bit more difficult, thanks to the wrath of obsessive fans of Disney's theme parks.

Fans Resist End of Virtual Disneyland (WSJ)

The Business Case for SaaS Analytics for Salesforce.com

Digg Kevin Rose

You could see the interview with Digg CEO Kevin Rose.
I saw him two years ago at the event in Las Vegas.
He was young man who proceed CGM;

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Honda's High Hopes for Hybrids - BusinessWeek

According to the article of BusinessWeek, Honda plans to sell 500,000 hybrids a year by the early 2010s, including a gas-electric version of the Fit subcompact. You could read the full post;

Honda CEO Takeo Fukui, speaking at a press conference in Tokyo on May 21, announced that by the early 2010s Honda aims to sell 500,000 hybrids a year

Honda's High Hopes for Hybrids (BusinessWeek)

Design revamp for '$100 laptop' - BBC

New Devices.
OLPC founder Nicholas Negroponte gave a glimpse of the "book like" device at an unveiling event at the M.I.T. You could see the full post from BBC;

"This laptop comes from a different point of view," he said.
"Over the last couple of years we've learned the book experience is key," he said.
The idea is for several children to use the device at once, combining the functions of a laptop, electronic book and electronic board.
"It is a totally new concept for learning devices," said Prof Negroponte.

Design revamp for '$100 laptop'
(BBC)



Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Nintendo launches new fitness video game in U.S. - Reuters

Interesting Times

Nintendo Co Ltd launched its "Wii Fit" exercise game in the United States on Monday, hoping to get gamers off the couch and appeal to new audiences such as women and older people.

Nintendo launches new fitness video game in U.S. (Reuters)

Google Offers Health Systems

Google announced Personal Health Records on the Web;

In addition to helping you get better control of your medical information, we've also put strong privacy policies in place to keep your information safe and private. There's a lot left to do in health -- literally thousands of partnerships to forge and petabytes of data to move around -- but we're looking forward to hearing feedback from early Google Health adopters about our first step.

Google Offers Personal Health Systems that stores health records on the Web

Facebook exec: We're the Net's cable company - CNET

Facebook Vice President Chamath Palihapitiya said "We're the Net's cable company" in TieCon conference;

"That plumbing should exist around the Internet, and then what happens is that people can create truly social experiences on the Web. As long as we can build the plumbing for this, we view that as a success."

Facebook exec: We're the Net's cable company (CNET)

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Thinking Out Of The Inbox -IBM Knowledge Manage(Next08)

This is the presentation wth Luis Suarez who is Knowledge Manager of IBM. Next08 event was held in Hamburg.

Microsoft Revives Yahoo Fight, Considers More Limited Deal WSJ

A Microsoft strategy snapshot. You could see the full post with WSJ including Kevin Johnson's actions who is a president of Microsoft's Platforms & Services Division;

According to people familiar with the matter, Microsoft has proposed to Yahoo a deal related to advertisements that run next to Internet search results, a large business that is dominated by Google Inc. The move by Microsoft appears to be an attempt to stop Google from entering a search-related deal with Yahoo that's now under discussion and could be announced in coming days.

Microsoft Revives Yahoo Fight, Considers More Limited Deal (WSJ)

Monday, May 19, 2008

Microsoft on Yahoo: Internal Memo From Kevin Johnson - |Kara Swisher|BoomTown|AllThingsD

Just prior to Microsoft’s annual advertising conference advance08, Kevin Johnson, president of the company’s Platforms & Services division, sent the following strategy update to PSD employees;


Microsoft on Yahoo: Internal Memo From Kevin Johnson
(|Kara Swisher|BoomTown|AllThingsD)

Gartner: Ninety Percent of Virtual Worlds Projects Fail - CIO

Acoording to Gartner Analyst, nine out of ten businesses that have launched virtual worlds saw them fail in 18 months or less. You could check the full post with CIO;

"Businesses have learned some hard lessons," says Steve Prentice, vice president and fellow at Gartner. "They need to realize that virtual worlds mark the transition from Web pages to Web places and a successful virtual presence starts with people, not physics."

Gartner: Ninety Percent of Virtual Worlds Projects Fail (CIO)



Sunday, May 18, 2008

From literacy to digiracy - Economist

"Digiracy" would be more and more important for us than ever before.They have digital tools and begin to have connections in a network world.
You could see the full post with Economist;

Teachers must recognise that our pedagogical tools are inconsistent with the skills needed to survive in a world where people are always connected to everyone and everything. In such a world, learning to think for oneself could well be more important than simply learning to read and write.

From literacy to digiracy (Economist)

He Said, She Said In Google v. Facebook - TechCrunch

What do you have Facebook?!
Internet isn't so innocent as it. See the full article for more details ;

The fact is that Google is taking perfectly adequate steps to protect user privacy with their Friend Connect product, and it is a useful product for users. After talking with both sides, it seems to me that Facebook is relying on a very convenient catch-22 to stay out of Google’s network.

He Said, She Said In Google v. Facebook (TechCrunch)

IBM Research Unveils Breakthrough In Solar Farm Technology

IBM announced emerging green-technologies that could significantly reduce the cost of harnessing the Sun's power for electricity. You could read the full post;

The goal of the projects is to develop efficient photovoltaic structures that would reduce the cost, minimize the complexity, and improve the flexibility of producing solar electric power.

In addition to the photovoltaic research announced today, IBM is focused on several areas related to energy and the environment, including energy efficient technology and services, carbon management, advanced water management, intelligent utility networks and intelligent transportation systems.

IBM Research Unveils Breakthrough In Solar Farm Technology (IBM Press)

The way I am - Ingrid Michaelson

Interesting times. This song is Ingrid Michaelson;



If you were falling, then I would catch you.
You need a light, I'd find a match.

Cuz I love the way you say good morning.
And you take me the way I am.

If you are chilly, here take my sweater.
Your head is aching, I'll make it better.

Cuz I love the way you call me baby.
And you take me the way I am.

I'd buy you Rogaine if you start losing all your hair.
Sew on patches to all you tear.

Cuz I love you more than I could ever promise.
And you take me the way I am.
You take me the way I am.
You take me the way I am.

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Rumor: Google To Launch Hosted Site Search, Ditch Mini - TechCrunch

Rumor. Please check the article(full post) with TechCrunch;
A source has informed us that Google plans to announce the replacement of its Mini Search Appliance with a new enterprise search solution called Hosted Site Search in the next few days.

Rumor: Google To Launch Hosted Site Search, Ditch Mini (TechCrunch)

GM: Live Green or Die - BusinessWeek

Acoording to the artcle with GM`s Green. You could check the full post:

General Motors' green strategy is akin to a moon shot. It will cost billions to get the Volt ready by 2010 and fill out the fleet with hybrids, require GM's 22,000 engineers to stretch like never before, and involve the top-to-bottom transformation of a culture wedded to big cars and horsepower.

GM: Live Green or Die (BusinessWeek)



Why GE Is Getting Out of the Kitchen - BusinessWeek

You could read the full post from the article of BusinessWeek;

All businesses have a natural life cycle, and many successful ones fade with time. The trick for managers is to time their entry and exit to maximize return on investment. "The creation and destruction of business is what gives these conglomerates long life," says John Kao, founder of Kao & Co., a San Francisco innovation consultancy. "The management of a corporation like GE should be complimented for entertaining this kind of transformation, even if it means turning away from an iconic business."

Why GE Is Getting Out of the Kitchen (BusinessWeek)

Friday, May 16, 2008

Prius: Over 1 million sold - WSJ

According the article with TOYOTA Prius from WSJ;

Toyota has captured the imagination of American car buyers in a way that Apple’s iPod has engendered the love of music fans. The company’s is ramping up volume and therefore lowering costs of the technology.

Prius: Over 1 million sold (WSJ)

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Welcome to the New Economy

Are you ready?!

GE to Seek Buyers For Appliances Unit - WSJ

General Electric Co. plans to start an auction for its appliances business, people familiar with the matter said.

If completed, a sale could end more than 100 years of GE's involvement with appliances. GE has hired Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to run an auction for the appliances, or "white goods," unit, which could fetch between $5 billion and $8 billion, the people said.

GE to Seek Buyers For Appliances Unit (WSJ)

Small matter of the Big Blue challenge - Financial Times

It might be a long and difficult ride for IBM with services.
You could see the article with Financial Times;

For IBM, the king of the IT services business, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But if Hewlett-Packard thinks its purchase of EDS will immediately put it toe-to-toe with the market leader, IBM’s own long and difficult ride in services should make it think again.

Small matter of the Big Blue challenge (Financial Times)

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Google Vidnik

Vidnik is our newest application in the Google Mac playground. It's a simple program for using the built-in camera on your Mac to create movies and upload them to YouTube.



You can use Vidnik to create a video diary, or just to quickly record a video comment to attach to an existing YouTube video. Vidnik works with the built-in video cameras on recent Macs, with Firewire video cameras, and with many USB video cameras.

Google Vidnik

Google steps into data portability dance with Friend Connect - InfoWorld

Friend Connect makes use of open standards for authentication and authorization like OpenID and OAuth, and de facto makes any Web site a potential "container" of social applications built with Google's OpenSocial APIs, Glazer said.

Google steps into data portability dance with Friend Connect (InfoWorld)

Ellison: On-demand software growing slowly - CNET News.com

But Ellison is playing in a different league. He looks at MySQL, which Sun acquired, and doesn't see it eating his lunch. He looks at Salesforce.com and NetSuite with his parental, velociraptor eyes and doesn't see them as worth pursuing at this time.

Ellison: On-demand software growing slowly (CNET News.com)

HP to Acquire EDS for $13.9 Billion - HP Press Release

HP and EDS today announced that they have signed a definitive agreement under which HP will purchase EDS at a price of $25.00 per share, or an enterprise value of approximately $13.9 billion. The terms of the transaction have been unanimously approved by the HP and EDS boards of directors.

HP to Acquire EDS for $13.9 Billion (HP Press Release)



- EDS shareholders to receive $25.00 per share in cash for each EDS share
- Transaction expected to more than double HP's revenue from services, furthering its standing as world's largest technology company

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Japanese Virtual World (TOYOTA)

Did you know a Japanese Vitual World ?!
Timely reality check from the video(YouTube).
You could see a glimpse of TOYOTA METAPOLIS;

Volvo Future Car (Volvo Cars and the environment)

The future, Xerox Reusable Paper

Last month I participated in the Gartner Symposium ITXpo 2008, and Xerox Research Center Webster & VP Steve Hoover provided the emerging technologies that was a reuserble paper. You could see the sessions through the video(YouTube);

Google's Street View snaps of Paris may result in lawsuits - InfoWorld

Having difficulties?! Read the full post for accessing a InfoWorld article;

The search company will gather a wealth of data from the project but, thanks to France's strict privacy laws, it may also pick up a few lawsuits on the way if it chooses to publish the photos unedited.

Google's Street View snaps of Paris may result in lawsuits (InfoWorld)

Monday, May 12, 2008

Grasping Social Design Patterns - Yahoo Christian Crumlish

Interesting presentations with Yahoo Christian Crumlish who talked about "Grasping Socila Design Patters" at the DNA Lounge two weeks ago;

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Bill Joy on Going Green, Google, Apple, and Microsoft - BusinessWeek

Read the full post for accessing a BusinessWeek article. You could see the interview with Bill Joy(Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers);

We're seeing an enormous number of business plans from people who have ideas for the iPhone and for green. And we're also looking for green ventures and using Google and other modern tools to find innovators. So it's as good a time to invest as we've ever seen.

Bill Joy on Going Green, Google, Apple, and Microsoft
(BusinessWeek)



Especially I was interested in the following Q&A;

If you were in Steve Ballmer's shoes, how would you challenge Google in online ads?

I think Microsoft has depended for a very long time on certain businesses that were essentially annuities, but it's going to have to create some really new things if it wants to capture the excitement again.

How do you think these ideas. I prefer hearing from you.

Saturday, May 10, 2008

「The Brand is the Talent」 - Tom Peters

You could access to the latest video with "Organizational Excellence", that Tom Peters says that "fundamentally the brand is the talent."
Really? Is it true 「The Customer is the First?!」

You could understand Tom`s saying from the video.
What do you think of these ideas?
I’d love to hear from you.

IBM vs. Tata: Who's More American? - BusinessWeek

In India, where IBM is now the No. 1 seller of technology services, its revenues grew 41% last quarter."Our success starts with how global we are, which is intentional," says Virginia M. Rometty, who runs global business services for IBM.

IBM vs. Tata: Who's More American? (BusinessWeek)

Friday, May 9, 2008

Tim O’Reilly’s keynote at the Web 2.0 Expo

You could access Tim O’Reilly’s keynote;

IBM Global CEO Study: CEOs Battle to Keep Up With the Pace of Change

The artcile is from IBM Global CEO surveys.
According to this result there would be new customers craves all types of information and often broadcasts its views and expectations worldwide via the Internet. These customers are swapping passive roles for much deeper involvement;



CEOs reported a surprising level of optimism about change as an opportunity to build new competitive advantage. Overall, 83 percent of surveyed CEOs expect substantial change in the future, an increase of 28 percent in just two years. However, CEOs report their ability to effectively manage change is increasing at a far slower pace.

Collectively, CEOs set their organization's ability to manage change 22 percentage points lower than their expectations for the level of change they will have to manage - - a ‘change gap’ that is widening.

CEOs point specifically to their own customer base as the source of the most important changes they will have to address, as two new and more demanding classes of customers emerged: the ‘information omnivore’, and the ‘socially-minded’ customer. Of all the trends identified in the study, surveyed CEOs plan their most substantial increases in investment in response to these customer sets.


IBM Global CEO Study: CEOs Battle to Keep Up With the Pace of Change

The New Hacker Economics - The New York Times

To make money, you have to move up the economic food chain into higher-value, more profitable work and markets. That economic fact of life applies to nations, companies and individuals.

The New Hacker Economics (The New York Times)

Maker Faire 2008

Comcast considers monthly download limits - The Seattle Times

Jennifer Khoury, a company spokeswoman, said Comcast is "currently evaluating this service and pricing model to ensure we deliver a great online experience to our customers." Comcast describes excessive users as those who send, for instance, 40 million e-mails or download 50,000 songs a month.

Comcast considers monthly download limits (The Seattle Times)

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

How Google’s Checkbook Stymied Microsoft - The New York Times

Google’s founders have been friendly with Yahoo! founders(Jerry Yang and David Filo) at Stanford. You can access the article of NY Times in details;

I do believe that Google’s management very much wants to triumph over Microsoft. And I wouldn’t be surprised if they are getting a bit of extra enjoyment because they are doing so by smiling and passing out money, rather than through the bravado and coercion that has often characterized Microsoft.

How Google’s Checkbook Stymied Microsoft (The New York Times)

Mega Terminals - Beijing Terminal 3

The video shows Beijing Terminal 3 that is World`s Largest Building.

Monday, May 5, 2008

GE: Reinventing Tech for the Emerging World - BusinessWeek

Sense & Response from Sorekara2.0

According to the article(GE Reinventing Tech) of BusinessWeek;

Hwang did start with a few natural cost advantages. Raw computing power has improved vastly since GE made its last ECG in 1999, putting faster processing speeds into ever tinier chips. The new device has lower material costs, using less plastic and a smaller LCD screen. And of course, labor costs were cheaper: Eight of the nine engineers were based in India.

GE: Reinventing Tech for the Emerging World (BusinessWeek)

Google model is a modern style ?!

Google says they do efforts for the model of a modern company.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt talks about the systematic innovation approach.





Post-Microhoo: Winners and losers - CNET

According to the artcile of CNET;

Here's another: if Yahoo's stock fails to recover, Yang doesn't have any wiggle room. Without immediate improvement in the stock price, management may be amenable to a combination between Yahoo and one of its erstwhile suitors.

Post-Microhoo: Winners and losers (CNET)

Microsoft Drops Bid for Yahoo - BusinessWeek

According to the article of BusinessWeek;

What's more, those institutional shareholders, along with Yang and co-founder David Filo, collectively hold about a third of the stock. And since individual shareholders often don't vote on proxy issues, it's quite possible Microsoft could have lost a proxy fight.
Yahoo's board also appeared to be concerned about nonprice issues of the deal.

Microsoft Drops Bid for Yahoo (BusinessWeek)

Google's Page urges scientists to market themselves - CNET

Science has a serious marketing problem?!
What do you think of these ideas?
I’d love to hear from you.

You could access the article from CNET;

"Virtually all economic growth (in the world) was due to technological progress. I think as a society we're not really paying attention to that," Page said. "Science has a real marketing problem. If all the growth in world is due to science and technology and no one pays attention to you, then you have a serious marketing problem."

Google's Page urges scientists to market themselves (CNET)

Sunday, May 4, 2008

Microsoft Withdraws Proposal to Acquire Yahoo!

Microsoft Corp. today announced that it has withdrawn its proposal to acquire Yahoo! Inc.
because of the following reasons;

• First, it would fundamentally undermine Yahoo!’s own strategy and long-term viability by encouraging advertisers to use Google as opposed to your Panama paid search system. This would also fragment your search advertising and display advertising strategies and the ecosystem surrounding them. This would undermine the reliance on your display advertising business to fuel future growth.

• Given this, it would impair Yahoo’s ability to retain the talented engineers working on advertising systems that are important to our interest in a combination of our companies.

• In addition, it would raise a host of regulatory and legal problems that no acquirer, including Microsoft, would want to inherit. Among other things, this would consolidate market share with the already-dominant paid search provider in a manner that would reduce competition and choice in the marketplace.

• This would also effectively enable Google to set the prices for key search terms on both their and your search platforms and, in the process, raise prices charged to advertisers on Yahoo. In addition to whatever resulting legal problems, this seems unwise from a business perspective unless in fact one simply wishes to use this as a vehicle to exit the paid search business in favor of Google.

• It could foreclose any chance of a combination with any other search provider that is not already relying on Google’s search services.

Please check the articles in details.

Microsoft Withdraws Proposal to Acquire Yahoo! (Microsoft Press Release)

It is available to access the timeline of major events in each company's history.

Timeline (WSJ)

What do you think of the Web future?
I’d love to hear from you.

Microsoft: Decidedly not R.I.P.

Many people show a poor understanding of internal dynamics at Microsoft.....

According to CNNMoney.com;

The real strategist behind the Yahoo assault is Kevin Johnson, who heads the group responsible for Online Services (and who also oversees Windows). Ballmer was sufficiently confident that "KJ," as he's known, could handle this project that two weeks ago he took a trip to the Amazon which put him completely out of touch with the office for days.

Microsoft: Decidedly not R.I.P. (CNNMoney.com)

Google and IBM are bonding in a serious way

Frank Gens, an analyst at market research firm IDC, said the two companies likely want to pool engineering talent on developing a cloud computing platform, as well as putting both their brands behind it. And combining Google's "cool" with IBM's enterprise credibility could boost acceptance of the cloud business platform.


Google and IBM are bonding in a serious way
(ComputerWorld)

Ballmer Tells Microsoft Troops He's Not Insane: Willing To Walk Away From Yahoo

According to Silicon Alley Insider;

Why buy Yahoo? Accelerates scale. Gets us more advertisers, gets us search. Yahoo’s not a strategy , it’s a part of a strategy. We’re interested to pay for it at some level and beyond that level we’re not willing to pay for it. I know EXACTLY what I think Yahoo is worth and I won’t go a dime above.

Ballmer Tells Microsoft Troops He's Not Insane: Willing To Walk Away From Yahoo (Silicon Alley Insider)

Saturday, May 3, 2008

Kleiner Fund Will Target 'Green' Firms

Venture-capital heavyweight Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers has raised $500 million to target large companies pursuing "green" ventures, a twist on a trend that is taking many Silicon Valley investment firms away from their roots in computer-related start-ups.

Kleiner Fund Will Target 'Green' Firms (WSJ)

Lego's latest brick trick: a virtual world

It is true that the physical world is the core of LEGO, but they launch the virtual world next year.

"We want to make the connection between digital play and physical play," said Mark William Hansen who is in charge of Lego Universe. "The physical experience is our core, the digital experience will never replace the physical experience, but it's a nice add-on."

Lego's latest brick trick: a virtual world (Reuters)



Friday, May 2, 2008

Google CEO Eric Schmidt: Social networks are still too closed

Schmidt said. "Social networks are a real phenomenon of people living their lives online, and it has has legs. We will have to deal with it as a society."

The more we make connections to people, the more we would have our legs in the network ?!

Human resource professionals are encouraging people to log on.
What do you think of these ideas?
I’d love to hear from you.

Google CEO Eric Schmidt: Social networks are still too closed (CNET)

Thursday, May 1, 2008

"Marketing 2.0" would be happened ?!

Kerry Bodine, principal analyst of Forrester spoke it would be nesessary for companies to have emotional connections to customers, "Designing For Engagement".



What do you think of these ideas? "Marketing 2.0" would be happened ?!

I’d love to hear from you.