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Adobe at the door of Microsoft’s Office


Here’s the thing — there’s this world war going on. It’s not one with standing armies, weapons of mass destruction or even nations, one set against the other. It’s not even a war where people die, but a war whose outcome is likely to change the lives of tens of millions of people for years [...]


Google & Microsoft in Facebook face-off


Sometimes, good tech’ news and politically-driven technology trends just go and invent themselves. And who doesn’t like to read about the tit-for-tat tussle between Google and Microsoft? So just try to imagine Google being rattled by Facebook: “An ultra secret meeting that happened in Mountain View at Google’s headquarters. A select group of 15 of [...]


Audi, Jaguar ads drive business branding


Everyone is an individual in one way or another. And one of the goals of Personal Branding is to accentuate those unique, positive and luminous characteristics of yourself. In fact, truly unique personalities are in many respects like top marque car manufacturers. So are you a Pinto or a Pontiac? Maybe an Austin Allegro or [...]


YouTube InVideo ads tech a turn off?


There’s more to YouTube these days than amateur video clips and 5-minute funnies. What with Google quite controversially closing the doors on their Google Video service, could YouTube point the way to video on demand? In its current form, Google seem happy with the type and volume of content on YouTube, so there’s no reason [...]


Run a business? Invite a client to the office


You don’t know what it is that I know. Similarly, I don’t know what you know. Some of you might know some of things that I know, but not everything. And visa versa. For my clients, they look at me and see a different world of knowledge. And sometimes, that difference in knowledge can seem [...]