Monthly Archives: August 2011

The end of software transparency?

via twentytwowords.com Fantastic sculpture. It brings to mind that more and more we are operating on the level of the black-box, of magickal thinking, of objects and processes that ‘just work’ … until they don’t. That computing was once transpar… Continue reading

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Andreessen – Why Software Is Eating the World => Perez – the dynamics of bubbles and golden ages …

This week, Hewlett-Packard (where I am on the board) announced that it is exploring jettisoning its struggling PC business in favor of investing more heavily in software, where it sees better potential for growth. Meanwhile, Google plans to buy up… Continue reading

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Adventures in Capitalism: The Lesson of Dropbox: Usage = Value

Links to this post The Lesson of Dropbox: Usage = Value Word on the street is that Dropbox is about to raise a major round of financing at a $5 billion+ valuation. While some will cry ???Bubble!???, I think there’s a different lesson we can learn: Usa… Continue reading

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Citrix Startup Accelerator – what’s new and different?

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