Posts Tagged ‘technology’

Open Google

Read a Googler’s view on open standards, open source, and open information – important because it’s Jonathan Rosenberg, Senior Vice President of Product Management. Extremely interesting in terms of strategy definition, open communication (and admitting that Google isn’t there yet): There are two components to our definition of open: open technology and open information. Open […]

TED talks and the next 5000 days of the web

Sunday morning treats, number 2 – check out the site of TED – Ideas worth spreading (yes, it’s all about Technology, Entertainment, Design). While Chris Anderson does a good job of bringing together world-class speakers every time, aiming for cross-pollination of knowledge is hard at conferences alone. Thus it’s good to see that the ideas […]

Stumbled on some podcasts …

Long list – but you’ve got time on a weekend, don’t you? Jon Udell speaks to Ledeen and Lewis (blog), co-authors of Blown to Bits: Your Life, Liberty, and Happiness After the Digital Explosion, reflecting on the rapid and sweeping changes internet technologies bring (mp3). BusinessWeek Columnists Jack & Suzy Welch say that Web Age […]

Wem gehört das Internet?

Eine Reportage aus der Reihe “Welt am Draht” in SWR2 Wissen: “Wem gehört das Internet?“, hier das mp3, mit O-Tönen aus der Welt der (See-)Kabel und Internet-Exchanges (IX). Es wird eng im Internet. Video-Downloads, Internet-Fernsehen, Musik-Tauschbörsen – Dienste dieser Art werden immer populärer. Kein Wunder: Immer mehr Privathaushalte besitzen inzwischen einen breitbandigen Internet-Anschluss. Und viele […]

Podcasts on disruptive innovation, IT as differentiator, communities and more

Some english podcasts of note, collected in the last few weeks, for all of you that got a little time on their hands … For a start, Alex Osterwalder has published two more Arvetica podcasts of note (mp3), here he’s talking with Scott Anthony of Innosight, and here he’s talking with John Hagel. How cool […]

Corporate Fountain of Youth

As I am checking my backlog of posts I wanted to write in relation to the Davos forum (“World Economic Forum’s annual meeting“) I found this post of mine on a Technology Review article, noting an interesting comment by Sheldon Buckler on the importance of permanent (business model) innovation and board level support: “Corporate Fountain […]

Technology-enabled trends that will help shape businesses

The McKinsey Quarterly has published an article by James M. Manyika, Roger P. Roberts, and Kara L. Spragueon on eight technology-enabled trends that will help shape businesses in the future. Eight emerging trends are transforming many markets and businesses. Executives should learn to shape the outcome rather than just react to it. […] Technology alone […]