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When technology and people meet

Originally posted on Always-On God is in the detail but the Devil is in the design. I recently attended a seminar, the theme of which was basically an investigation of where technology is going and if are we likely to keep up with it. Many things happened, many things were said and ultimately, society – […]

Tech’ news in brief…

Longhorn could be tough sell for Microsoft: “Microsoft managed to turn the launch of Windows 95 into a major event, with loads of mainstream press and consumer enthusiasm. However, subsequent releases have been considerably more subdued affairs, particularly the launch of Windows XP, which came just a few weeks after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. […]

Are we learning yet?

Originally posted on Always-On Consider the following: if error is the mother of creation, who’s the daddy? Seriously though, while you’re here, you might as well as read on. Recently another blog prompted me to put into words my way of thinking: I’m a optimistic pessimist. In the sense that if you expect the worst […]

Tech’ news in brief…

Microsoft Touts Success of ‘Security Development Lifecycle': “… Software should run with the least necessary privilege, and services and features that are not widely needed should be disabled by default or accessible only to a small population of users.” Read more… Major Hangups over the iPod Phone: Behind the clash are two very different views […]

The one predictable thing about tech markets…

Originally posted on Always-On … Is that they’re unpredictable. Making predictions about anything is a tricky business. It’s often fraught with problems and compounded by two factors: too many variables and too many people. Making predictions in the world of technology is about as rough as it gets. You see a trend, fad, or new […]