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KimDotCom

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Colin here. It’s very rare when an individual raises to the level that they are worth listening to. Steve Jobs was one of those people. Kim Dotcom may be another…I’m watching to see. He is certainly one of the most...

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CES 2012

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What a ridiculous show. The show is just too big. They say only Vegas can handle a show this big, but it can’t. Vegas has the capacity in conference and hotel space, but once the show expands into multiple locations...

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Good Bye Best Buy

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Best Buy has been dead to me for years, and I feel really bad about it. I bought a new TV on this last Black Friday from Best Buy. It was an exceptional deal. They had advertised it in advance...

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Say Cheese

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Video systems are hot. Web cams, video phones, telepresence, video surveillance, back-up cams for cars, cam-corders, Flips, camera phones, iPod cams, and others. I am surprised how much video is working its way into our routines.  I think we are...

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Priority Inbox – SPAM in Reverse

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The concept of Google’s newest email feature – Priority Inbox is fairly simple, but I have my doubts about its usefulness. If you are not familiar with the feature, take a look at this simple video. “;” alt=””>   It...

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FCC is All Talk

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The Apple Appstore is a flawed, yet brilliant model. I’ve never liked it. I’ve complained about the censorship it represents in several posts, but theiPhonefan base considered the trade-off – some censorship for excellent and easy apps, to be acceptable....

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Will Amazon Inherit the World?

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I recently blogged that the Internet, or more broadly the technology revolution that is changing the way we live and work, is likely contributing to our recession. You can read that post here: Is the Internet to Blame for the...

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