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The Future of Servers and Computing

Continuing in the trend of articles about the future of IT and how we’re in such an infant stage, I read a great post today by Nicholas Carr. (Yes, that Nicholas Carr who wrote “Does IT matter?). The premise of the article is that worldwide server sales make a lot of money for companies like Dell and HP. However, the

Example of Technology Allowing People to Experience Events

Over the past few weeks, I’ve looked at Google Video to see what kinds of media people are putting online. There is an amazing amount of content. Old Michael Jordan commercials, the National Archive footage, and the worst home videos you’ve ever seen. One of my favorites is an unknown person’s footage of Hurricane Katrina from the Beau Rivage hotel

Windows Vista Screenshots

Last year we got some shots of Office 12. Here are the shots of Windows Vista — the latest operating system. I have a feeling that the training centers will make a lot of money at the end of next year and in 2007. Bill

Microsoft Office Live is Online — Or, is it?

Microsoft Office Live is online. That’s what Microsoft would have us believe. The new service by Microsoft is really not online in the sense of the “I do not need anything on my computer, but a browser” to use it. This post by Jason at 37signals let’s one know just how “online” the system is. If Microsoft requires its Office

Microsoft News on the new Office platform

Microsoft released information about Office 2007 (formerly Office 12). Here are a few stores for now. I’m going to come back and comment later: eWeek

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