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PaaS Magic from Coda with Google Apps and Force.co


The value of platform as a service (PaaS) is not that you can take your on-premise applications and run them in the cloud - that's so ASP! In my opinion (and what would a blog be without one), the real value is in enabling functionality that was...
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An Interview with author and MX Speaker Scott Ber


I recently had a chance to speak with Scott Berkun designer, author, contrarian and MX 2009 conference speaker about something that has interested me for a long time, but we dont generally talk about in the design community: failure. We build...
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CPAs Need An Industrial Revolution


I liked the cover story in this week's Accounting Today - See Ya CD's, Software as a Service is Finally Catching On - by Liz Gold. She is on to...
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See Real Web Addresses Before Clicking any Short U


Tiny URLs redirect you to another web page but you can't tell what website they link to by looking at the link. Long URL Please converts short urls to their...
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What Blogging Means To Me (And You)


Note: This is part one of a three part series on my predictions for 2009 (see part two and part three). I will be covering predictions for blogging, HR and those made by others as the new year approaches....
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Use of Mashups in the US Government


Federal Computer Week (FCW.com) recently published an interesting piece written by John Moore about the use of APIs and development of mashups for use by government managers. Titled "Getting on the same page", the 1200+ word article cites the...
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