I love how the music and radio chatter fade away to silence as the galaxies fly past. Lovely.
Much has been written about Steve Ballmer’s decision to retire from Microsoft. No doubt there’s a lot more analysis to come, but I don’t plan to add to that narrative today. But having spent about 11 years of my career at Microsoft as a contractor, full-time employee and vendor, I decided to share a couple … Continue reading My Two Experiences with Steve Ballmer
I once knew a man who decided he wanted a dog. So he spent months researching various breeds until he finally decided on one. He then found a breeder and paid $400 cash for the dog. Over the next few weeks he bought food, treats, dishes, collars, leashes, toys, grooming tools and lotions to keep … Continue reading The Disease of More
“ Elbow grease. Time. Thought. Persistence." From the documentary, History of the Eagles.
Forbes recently provides some details pertaining to how the big three, Apple, Google and Microsoft, are doing in the fast growing smartphone business. Two metrics stood out: Total number of phones sold and total dollar amount paid to developers. Why these two? Because it’s very difficult for a late-to-the-party product like Windows Phone to … Continue reading What Third Place in Smartphones Looks Like
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