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The true cost of innovation


There seems to be this idea that good ideas aren’t worth the effort of exploring their potential. There’s also this misguided belief by VCs and private funding organizations that their money is worth more than the ideas they’re backing. Wrong. And it’s a misconception that needs destroying…


Writing the perfect non-annoying forum thread in 3 easy steps


The demise of forums has been greatly exaggerated. In fact, if you’re in need of some kind of support for almost anything, forums are pretty much where you need to be…


The Blah, Blah! Technology blog evolves…


Blah, Blah! Technology is evolving, albeit gradually and with purpose. Some of you may have noticed the changes, other may not have. Either way, your interests are the first and the last thing I kept in mind as I made every single change…


Labeling the web, one page at a time?


Indexing every page on the web is challenge enough. Labeling each web page is something else entirely. Well that’s a recent idea of Sir Tim Berners-Lee, father of the Internet. Bad idea? Depends how you go about it, really…


@Home with Grid Computing


The ubiquity of computing is such that on occasion, we’re almost at the point where we’re no longer aware that we’re even using a computer at all. Suddenly, computers start appearing everywhere in almost everything, even your washing machine and refrigerator — but what are the benefits to ubiquitous computer power?