Jeff Nolan's take on innovation, entrepreneurship, tech and stuff that interests me
I forgot to post for last week’s book giveaway, what with Defrag and everything I was preoccupied. Tonight I am putting up 10 license for the best in class NetNewsWire and/or FeedDemon RSS client applications for Mac and Windows respectively. The way it will work is that the first 10 people to comment win, please [...]
272 comments about a story on restaurant staff wages featuring heated debate about tipping, distribution of tips, wages, and the impact on SF’s restaurant culture. 20 comments about the cleanup of a moderate fuel oil spill on SF Bay. San Francisco priorities in full display.
This is amazingly mind numbing. There is a writers strike on in Hollywood and it’s barely registering on the pages of the LA Times, much less around the country. This lack of attention is escalating in a manner similar to what my 3 year old does when he’s not getting his way, and now bloggers [...]
Sorry to keep posting with this but I can’t help it, EventTracker is so cool. 16 people signed on and twittered OOW today resulting in 371 tweets. Not bad for the first time out, and considering that we didn’t have this groups functionality even a week ago, very cool.
Heh, I was really surprised by HP CEO Mark Hurd. He’s engaging, displays intellectual integrity (he’s consistent) and is clearly very insightful. What a nice departure from his predecessor. Dan covers his keynote here and here. OOW2007, HP, Mark Hurd
Today was a milestone day for me in my professional life. After nearly a decade of SAP, culminating in my stint with the “attack Oracle” team, I ended up at Oracle OpenWorld as their guest sitting across the table from co-president Charles Phillips. BTW, OOW is frickin huge… I thought the Sapphire events were impressive [...]
The title of this post is a little cryptic, so allow me to explain. Big companies have repressive cultural dynamics and decision making cycle that result in important strategic initiatives taking a really long period of time to emerge and when they do the compromises that are made in order to get consensus from the [...]