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All posts for August 2010

  1. Weekly digest of week 34 2010

    Categories : Social

    Wired youth forget how to write in China and Japan Like every Chinese child, Li Hanwei spent her schooldays memorising thousands of the intricate characters that make up the Chinese writing system. Does Your Brand Really Need To ...

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  2. The books are getting thicker

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    I am not talking about eBooks or Audiobooks, although it would be a novel idea to try those formats for these book: I am talking about the financial statements lots of companies need to present to their stakeholders, their parent companies, their...

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  3. Change your thinking on ERP roles

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    We are all working around a strange dilemma. Due to the economic recession, investments have been postponed and maintenance to ERP environments brought down to the minimum. On the other hand we see a great effort from traditional ERP vendors to...

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  4. Weekly digest of week 33 2010

    Categories : Social

    Lawsuit: Disney, others spy on kids with zombie cookies Disney, Ustream, SodaHead, Warner Bros., and a number of other websites are spying on kids' Internet use, according to a lawsuit filed recently by a group of parents and their...

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  5. The Buzzword Facebook Effect

    It’s amazing how the right buzzword can galvanise interest even in the dullest of topics. Think seamy tabloid headline meets uber-cool geek speak, and you’ll get the picture. This post is about a particular buzzword, and the effect its having on...

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  6. Numbers don't count

    Categories : Social

    Facebook has more than 500 million users, the Apple app store has 200000 apps. Intimidating numbers, however they lack any value. The fact that Facebook has 500 million users is great, however I might only have 500 people who I see as my real friends...

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  7. Weekly digest of week 32 2010

    Categories : Social

    HTML5, open standards, and the BBC Open standards have always been part of the BBC's DNA. They are fundamental to driving market innovation and will always be important to the BBC's mission to introduce the benefits of new technology...

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  8. Weekly digest of week 31 2010

    Categories : Social

    Logging Off: The Internet Generation Prefers the Real World They may have been dubbed the "Internet generation," but young people are more interested in their real-world friends than Facebook. Social Shopping Draws Teens In 2009, nearly half of all...

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