Early adopters like to try every shiny new toy. This is why and how they became early adopters. They are always looking for the tool that gives them an edge or the application that will be the next big thing. This also means that they are more willing to try a new application. This does […]

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Image via Wikipedia Obviously, the US financial crisis is on a lot of people’s mind. Given the downturn in real estate and the financial sector, investments are taking a beating. Of course, if you are an investor and have listened to practical investment advice, you have diversified your portfolio. If you have diversified, your investments […]

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This is a guest post from David Peralty of Xfep and a member of the Grand Effect blog network. When I first started blogging, it had already become old hat for some, and while the term didn’t exist in popular culture there was already a shift happening among the idealists and technophiles: things were moving […]

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When I first heard the news that Yammer had won TechCrunch50, I scratched my head. Yammer? Is that the “enterprise” twitter application? Yes, it is. There was nothing better? According to the conference, no, there was not. Thankfully, I am not the only one who feels that way. Eric Eldon at VentureBeat feels the same […]

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I have worked with all sorts of people, conservatives, ex-military personnel, liberals, hippies, jocks, homosexuals and a whole lot more. IT and software development attract a lot of different people. I never really cared what their religious beliefs or political views were because it has no relevance to their work. I also try to avoid […]

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