It’s hard to imagine a worse collapse of confidence in product delivery than the one that Airbus is experiencing lately. Not only has its white elephant A380 been delayed numerous times, forcing huge management restructuring, but now major aircraft buyers are canceling their orders and shifting their buying power to Boeing. FedEx is the 1st […]
My pals over at Download Squad wrote about this yesterday: Microsoft is offering Office Accounting Epxress 2007 for free. It’s the first time I can recall Microsoft offering a business focused application for free. I’ve been beta testing the new Accounting 2007 for the last 2-3 months, and it seems to have a nice flow […]
These days it seems airlines are trying just about anything to make an extra buck. The latest quick buck approach that I’ve experienced is the added charge to fly in the emergency row on Northwest Airlines flights. I did this yesterday, paying an additional $15 to fly in the emergency row of a flight from […]
I signed up for the new gmail for your domain service that Google is beta testing (isn’t Google in permanent beta mode anyway?). Well, I just received an invitation to turn on the service, along with the option to add up to 25 users to that domain. At first glance everything looks just like gmail, […]
Summarizing an idea is truly an art. Guy Kawasaki posts a great executive summary primer written by a colleague here.
Late last night Microsoft announced that it would delay shipping the highly anticipated Vista operating systems for consumer use until after the holiday season. That was pretty surprising, given that all indications were for Vista to be selling in time for Christmas ‘06. Apparently this delay has also forced the hand of Steve Ballmer to […]