Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between just plain lucky and good. As the story unfolds, Google is now in the position of being the people’s search engine. The ugly corporate giants Time Warner (via AOL), Microsoft and Yahoo have all kowtowed to the government and ‘cooperated’. Google, young and brash, is the people’s …
Excellent advice on the need to overcome the sense of futility.
The 9th Circuit Court overturns a lower court ruling, via Computerworld. Susan Crawford, a law professor who teaches a course on cyberlaw at Cardozo School of Law in New York, labeled the decision a “missed opportunity” to decide whether “it is appropriate for one country to assert extraterritorial jurisdiction over [Web] servers located in another …
Managing your own time but bounding your support
Amazon.com provides readers with the ability to review books. What happens when the community reviewing a book despises the author? Where does freedom of speech end and harassment start?
More concrete evidence that something is afoot with Google – or evidence that any good rumor only needs to be 10% factual to have legs.
Speculation regarding Google’s intentions in the wireless service provider arena.
Is outsourcing good for the outsourced? It (of course) depends.
Business leaders use Sarbanes-Oxley to provide political coverage to implement what would otherwise be very unpopular decisions. This is bad for business, bad for the act and bad for the leaders.