Posts filed under “Technology”
Over the past few months, I have been saying US Treasuries remind me of the dot com stocks circa 1997-98 in three ways: 1) You knew momentum was taking them (much) higher; 2) You knew it was going to end badly; 3) If you were honest, you admitted you had precisely zero idea when the…Read More
Its the first Thursday of the month, so we will be getting monthly sales from many retail stores throughout today. Related to that, I am fascinated by this story in the WSJ. Durable Goods, Furniture, Apparel are out; In: Laptops, iPads, iPods; the staycation crowd are buying Blu-ray video players and big plasma screen televisions….Read More
As a long time Apple fanboy going back to my 1990 Mac Classic, I find this brilliant: 1. a creation myth highlighting the counter-cultural origin and emergence of the Apple Mac as a transformative moment; 2. a hero myth presenting the Mac and its founder Jobs as saving its users from the corporate domination of…Read More
I’ve attended Wired’s Disruptive By Design conferences, and they are always top notch. Here is the Conference Digital White Paper, with highlights from the WIRED Business Conference on June 14, at the Morgan Library in New York City. This White Paper features a summary of each session, where various business execs, including Howard Schultz, Frederick…Read More
Location: Berlin, Germany Profession: Artist, designer, filmmaker, professor Label: ART+COM Website: JoachimSauter.com Notables: Founder of new media conglomerate ART+COM; installations such as the Kinetic Sculpture for BMW and the interactive Duality public exhibit in Tokyo
Funny, NSFW video, made by a Best Buy employee. Best Buy fired him, because they said it shed a bad light on sales practices at Best Buy. They eventually offered him his job back. Perhaps they should “develop a “sense of humor.” >
The response is after the jump . . .