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Google Buzz: Fingers in more pies

Tweet These days, it really does look like Google has to get involved in everything and anything that everyone else is doing. Well, here comes an addition: Google Buzz. Google hasn’t done very well in the social networking side of things and this is its boldest attempt to challenge the likes of Twitter and Facebook. It has to its advantage …

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Are We in Control of Our Own Decisions?

Tweet This is an excellent talk by Dan Ariely given at Ted. Well worth the watch.

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Quote: Don’t design for everyone

Tweet Don’t design for everyone. It’s impossible. All you end up doing is designing something that makes everyone unhappy. Leisa Reichelt

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Quote: People Ignore Design That…

Tweet People ignore design that ignores people. Frank Chimero

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The Book of Jobs

Tweet Steve Jobs has made the front cover of the Economist. The Book of Jobs. I love it!

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Google Tablet PC – Pics

Tweet Google has unveiled a number of images of a mock tablet PC based on its Chrome OS. Check out the images: What do you think? Will it compete against the iPad? My gut feeling is that – if it does take off – it will be more practical than the iPad (multi-tasking!) but the iPad UI will just kill …

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Windows 7 on the iPad

Tweet Citrix has announced that they have got a Windows 7 thin client running on the iPad emulator! Whatever next? Would you use this? Or do you prefer the actual iPhone style operating system? Hmm, maybe this is a good way multi-tasking – inside Windows. Oh dear, what’s happening to me?! Now all we need is Linux on the iPad.

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Your Say: High Talent and Irregular or Mediocre but Consistent

Tweet Over the last decade and a half, I’ve worked with a huge variety of people, whether in business or in employment. I’ve worked with highly talented people as well as those who are mediocre talent-wise. I’ve worked with people who are very consistent in the quality (and quantity) of work as well as those who have ‘spurts’, not very …

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Quote: It’s not the hours you put in…

Tweet It’s not the hours you put in your work that counts, it’s the work you put in the hours. Sam Ewing

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More Multi-Touch Ideas

Tweet Not quite sure if this will take off but, nonetheless, quite intriguing. What are your thoughts? Or are you too busy waiting for the ISlate / IPad / ITablet thingy?

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