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    Archive for December, 2007


    Back To The Mac!






    It has been some time since I last posted an article, so I thought I better give you a pretty good excuse. Long story short: I have said goodbye to my old Windows (Averatec) laptop, and have bought and am using a brand new MacBook Pro 2.4G 2/250 15″ laptop running OS X (Leopard), which […]




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    White Paper Comparing China/India Software Outsourcing






    I have just published a new white paper called “Why Indian Software Outsourcing Companies Are Outsourcing to China”. The white papers covers the reasons why the Indian companies are coming to China, which mostly have to do with how tapped out the infrastructure in India is, the shortage of human talent, and lack of hardware […]




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    Facebook’s Beacon and Valuing Social Networks






    There has been a lot of talk lately about valuing social networks and




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    Dell and WPP: Will DaVinci Work?






    When an ailing computer company which has lost a lot of its shine teams up with one of the leading ad agency groups, WPP, to form a new marketing agency called DaVinci to spend $4.5B in marketing money, I am, naturally, more than a little skeptical. Consolidating adspend under one roof makes sense sometimes; it […]




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    How Facebook Screwed Up, and How The User Can Control Advertising






    Scott Karp had an excellent article about how Facebook’s Beacon messed up and created such a reaction from Facebook users. My explanation for Facebook’s policy re Beacon is that all the press, plus a 15B valuation on a company which does not have significant cash flow will get management to adopt all kinds of dumb […]




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    Gold and the Currency Nobody Wants






    This morning I was watching a TV program on China’s CCTV-4 which talked about the history of gold, historically and in China. The program, all in Mandarin, had a fascinating format. It started off with history and the Bretton Woods agreement of 1945 and when the US controlled about 80% of the world’s gold reserves. […]




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