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Archives: March 2009

Involuntary Mindcasting and some reasons behind Twitter Protected Updates

Can you imagine involuntary mindcasting? Most likely all accounts would be protected; probably Twitter wouldn’t exist at all…

Recently I sent a mail to over 200 twitters inside Microsoft asking why we were using an e-mail alias instead of a protected account for sharing experiences. The first answer was Why… Read more

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Posted in The Future Computing Appliances and SQL Server on 24 March 2009

Disruptive Simplicity : The end of complexity

@nishshah posted a tweet related to Disruptive Simplicity citing Netbooks and the Flip Mino. Let me add more examples on how a new customer category can be created by “returning to basics”:

  • Netbook vs UMPC.
  • Flip mino vs Camcorders
  • Widgets vs Full software applications
  • RIA vs Rich Client
  • Twitter vs…

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Posted in The Future Computing Appliances and SQL Server on 18 March 2009

In search of the Cloud Computing Killer App

A Killer Application is a need of the user group that can be filled, and by filling it, create an acceptance of that tool and the supporting methods/results

Let’s not just focus on placing your applications on the Cloud. The just is in effect a whole game changer, but… Read more

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Posted in The Future Computing Appliances and SQL Server on 17 March 2009