What makes someone innovative? Is it something that you are born with, or can you develop it over the time and with practice? The guys from Think Simple Now decided to explore these questions, and they compiled a list with the 7 habits of highly innovative people. The first one is: 1. Persistence – Innovation … Continue reading 7 Habits of Highly Innovative People
802.11n is, simply, the new standard for wireless or WIFI. So what does this mean to you; well 802.11n will provide a better wireless signal over the current standard 802.11b/g. Think of wireless like Playstation, at first Playstation was pretty cool, and then Playstation 2 came out. PS2 ran faster, had fewer flaws, and more … Continue reading 802.11n, What Is It?
What are the personal computer innovations that had a greater impact on our lives? The guys from Maximum PC gathered a list with 100 of them. Below you will find the top 10: USB (1996) 3dfx Voodoo 1 (1996) Intel Pentium II (1997) NCSA Mosaic (1993) Windows XP (2001) Quake (1996) Hayes Smartmodem (1981) IBM … Continue reading Top 100 PC Innovations
Information technology is changing many things, and perhaps above all of them the workplace. Consider that one can not help but wonder what IT related careers are the fastest growing ones? Recently I came across an article on ComputerMajors.com that answered exactly this question. The data was partially retrieved from research carried out by the … Continue reading Top 10 Computer Driven Careers
If you are interested in technology and Internet news, I am pretty sure that you will like my new website, DailyBits.com. I have a team of writers there, and we’ll be focusing on Web 2.0, software, online marketing, open source and more. Here is a quote from the first post there: “Back in 2004 Google … Continue reading Check Out My New Website
Sometime ago we have already stated that MBAs are overrated. Guess what, today it is time to criticize college education! Recently I came across another curious article listing 15 successful entrepreneurs who didn’t need college education. You can see a description for each of these entrepreneurs on the original article, and below you will find … Continue reading Do You Really Need College Education?
“As the world starts to move from a primarily vertical — command and control — system for creation value to a more horizontal — connect and collaborate — value creation model, and as we blow away more walls, ceilings and floors at the same time, societies are going to find themselves facing a lot of … Continue reading Innovation Quotes: Connect and Collaborate
Ever heard about Kozmo.com or Flooz.com? Probably not, but that is because they emerged and disappeared from the Internet scene within a small time frame. Sure, there are many success stories out there like Facebook. What about failure stories though? We should talk about them more often! That is exactly what an article that I … Continue reading Huge Failures on the Internet
Forbes recently published an interesting article titled “The Worst Jobs For The 21st Century.” What do you think they are? If you guessed federal agents, travel agents, journalists and radio announcers, you nailed it. Here is a quotation from the article: “What to avoid? The usual suspects. According to the projections by the U.S. government, … Continue reading The Worst Jobs for the 21st Century
The guys from PC Magazine recently published a list with their 100 favorite blogs. There are many similar lists around the Internet, but this one is not carrying the usual suspects. I came across some blogs that I had never seen, and they all look pretty interesting. The list is somewhat biased towards the technology … Continue reading PC Magazine Favorite 100 Blogs