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Niel Robertson came by my office today and we had a great 1 1/2 hour conversation about everything from SAP/Oracle business to online advertising arbitrage. The advertising topic is what spurred this post upon reading Will Hsu's post about the Dark Side of Network Effects. I had a good laugh with Niel when I told [...]
Welcome Thomas Otter, new blogger who also works for SAP. BTW, this is one of the best looking blogs I have seen, I was stunned to see that it's a standard template in wordpress.com. The ranks of SAP bloggers is slowly but steadily building out, we should put a community page on sap.com.
Only Jack Bauer could have made this Dashboard Widget.
I continue to be fascinated by the Dashboard feature in my new Mac, there is an amazing array of widgets available that extend the functionality of existing services in very useful ways. I have also seen a trend of vendors offering widgets or encouraging their community to develop widgets, as evidenced by this contest that [...]
I wish I had more color commentary on this issue, which has been brewing for a while in our German headquarters, but it's largely a mystery to me how these union issues work. I know there are some pretty intense emotions on the anti-union side, which is interesting and hopefully reflects a generational shift in [...]
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Does anyone know what other Google developed services, aside from the OS (Original Search), are not in a beta status? Inside Google Desktop: Take 'ctrl' of your Desktop in the new version of Google Desktop 3 (which is coming out of beta today), we’ve fixed a few things from the beta, and we’re also introducing [...]