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Entries from March 2006

New InfoTech Article: Logical Technology

March 24th, 2006 · No Comments

The latest InfoTech article published in Landscape Management Magazine on using logic to solve technology problem is now available online. Technology is built on logic. Problems with technology have logical answers. InfoTech: Logical Technology

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Tags: Business · General · Technology

Lego and Mass Customization

March 24th, 2006 · No Comments

Fast Company magazine has a great article on Lego’s new plan to use mass customization of their product to deliver more personalized product offering. Basically you download their Digital Designer product, draw up the plans for you creation, and it keeps track of the blocks you need. Then you can place an order to their […]

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Tags: Business · General

Articles

March 23rd, 2006 · 1 Comment

InfoTech: 2009 technology buying guide Jan 1, 2009By: Tyler WhitakerA collection of some cool high-tech toys to start the new year. InfoTech: Is Obama the tech president? Dec 1, 2008By: Tyler Whitaker It’s now time to buckle down and understand what changes for technology are coming during the next four years. InfoTech: TV ads fight […]

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Tags: General

Samsung Releases a 32GB Flash Hard Drive Replacement

March 21st, 2006 · No Comments

For the last year, I’ve been watching the capacities increase and the price drop on the current flash drive technology. As someone who has lost several hard drives over the years, I see this as the next big step in computer reliability. Both Fans and Hard Drives wear out, but with a Flash drive there […]

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Tags: Technology

Amazon’s S3 Web Service – Online Hard Drive

March 20th, 2006 · No Comments

It think we’ve hit a new milestone in the web’s development. Amazon.com has announced their Amazon S3 – Simple Storage Service. We now have low cost, “in the cloud” data storage. What does this mean to me? Web developers across the global can now offer online applications without needing to build the costly data storage […]

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Tags: Technology · Web 2.0