Monthly Archives: April 2009

The Laws of Simplicity (Simplicity: Design, Technology, Business, Life): John Maeda – worth the time.

via amazon.com Good read – Laws of Simplicity. Musings from master of design. 10 ‘laws’. Some satisfying big patterns. Some hand waving. Moments of elegance and beauty, mixed with philosophy. Occasional descent to fuzzy thinking. But insightful an… Continue reading

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Skype-bots for the elderly

Great call with CEO of HeadThere ‘unvirtual’ meeting robot. Just too cutting-edge (and bizarre) for enterprise adoption. Low hanging fruit, and massive growing demand with home care for elderly … very interesting, and potentially game changing. … Continue reading

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Android – Netbook Nexus

Nice little status update on Android’s role in convergence of laptop and mobile ? link to Technology Review: Blogs: TR Editors blog: The Coming Android Invasion Continue reading

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A Hype-free HDX Whiteboard – Michael Harries – Citrix Community

via community.citrix.com Here’s a video I created for work to simplify thinking around HDX – “The Citrix High Definition Experience” Continue reading

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Leaky Manifold

via sethmabbott.com I’m enjoying a couple of images from Seth Mabbott, like Leaky Manifold and Nautilus Unravelled. Physics and flash sound like a good background. Continue reading

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and still LinkedIn

Michael Harries Director Strategy and Communications, Citrix Labs and CTO Office, Citrix Systems Sydney Area, Australia Contact Michael Harries Add Michael Harries to your network via linkedin.com Continue reading

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Miscellanea: Tech, Orgs, Peeps – now on Posterous

I love the simplicity of posterous and although blogger was a great tool, from now on I’m posting at posterous. You will still see my updates over at blogger (and twitter and facebook) due to the autoupdate function. Continue reading

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