You’ll have to hurry before Rupert puts it behind a paywall and blocks Google from indexing it, but the WSJ had a good article recently about technology in the workplace. At the office, you’ve got a sluggish computer running aging software, and the email system routinely badgers you to delete messages after you blow throughContinue reading “WSJ on why work tech sucks”
Digg, a still relatively new web 2.0 site which previously focused primarily on technology and other geeky news, has expanded its coverage to include broader topics. For instance, business and finance. Time will tell if their readers are as adept at ranking interesting stories in other topics, which is its strength.
Dell bought Alienware because they needed to get into the high-end market in a big way. They have given up on trying to crack the market with the Dell brand, which has never been cool and apparently never will be. Established in 1996 and based in Miami, Florida, Alienware has built their reputation as aContinue reading “The Dell-Alienware deal, a few weeks later”