Shameless Plug: Who Killed the Electric Car

Byron Deeter’s sister produced the movie Who Killed the Electric Car which opens this weekend. In Byron’s words:

“I honestly believe it is an excellent film and something everyone should see. Most of you know that I’m not a “tree hugger”, but I found it pretty balanced and extremely eye-opening. Martin Sheen, Mel Gibson, Tom Hanks and other top actors are in the film, and it is genuinely entertaining to watch. “

That’s good enough for me, and because Hollywood fixates on opening weekend receipts I am recommending it to you. Here’s the show-times for local theaters:

BERKELEY – SHATTUCK 8, 7/7/06
MONTEREY – OSIO PLAZA THEATRE, 7/28/06
PALO ALTO – AQUARIUS TWIN, 7/7/06
PLEASANT HILL – CENTURY FIVE, 7/7/06
SACRAMENTO – TOWER ANGELIKA FILM CTR. 3, 7/28/06
SAN FRANCISCO – CLAY, 7/7/06
SAN FRANCISCO – EMPIRE THREE CINEMAS, 7/7/06
SAN JOSE – CAMERA STADIUM 12, 7/7/06
SAN JOSE – CINEARTS AT SANTANA ROW, 7/7/06
SANTA CRUZ – NICKELODEON FOUR, 7/28/06

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Four Pillars: Does Social Software help Enterprises Dumb Down?

Brilliant post, would expect nothing less for JP. I would add that enterprises reject social software because it’s not complex enough and this reflects a bias to complexity as a indicator of value. Put another way, the enterprise software marketplace has a hard time dealing with and accepting applications that are in fact simple in nature and in implementation.

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As far as I can make out, enterprise immune systems tend to try and reject the implementation of social software on one or more of five grounds:

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Navy equips fighters with ray guns

Sweet.

The U.S. Navy has puts its first ray-gun equipped fighters into service. OK, that’s a slight exaggeration, but does accurately describe the new APG-79 Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar being installed in carrier based F-18Fs.