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HTML5 is a game changer: tech investor and Tedx Santa Cruz speaker

Published on: Author: KerryJ

Roger McNamee starts his video off asking “What if you knew major new technology cycle was beginning in the next couple of years?”A tech investor, he then poses six hypotheses with which he’s been working for the past 10 months:Windows is dying – their market share is plummeting. Smart phones have taken Windows from 96%… Continue reading HTML5 is a game changer: tech investor and Tedx Santa Cruz speaker

Handling your selves

Published on: Author: KerryJ

In writing a blog post this morning to synthesise my thoughts and feelings on an incredible week that saw Australia placed on a watch list of potentially repressive regimes by Reporters without borders, I debated which blog to publish it on — my work blog or this, my personal professional blog. I started my work… Continue reading Handling your selves

Content filtering with NO Opt Out and government deciding what’s in

Published on: Author: KerryJ

“I’m not exaggerating when I say that this model involves more technical interference in the internet infrastructure than what is attempted in Iran, one of the most repressive and regressive censorship regimes in the world.” Colin Jacobs, chair of the online users’ lobby group Electronic Frontiers Australia, as quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald, 24… Continue reading Content filtering with NO Opt Out and government deciding what’s in

Walmart tech understanding FAIL could wipe out your music collection

Published on: Author: KerryJ

I can only guess that this is a money-saving move from the bean counters at Walmart — if it is, they’ll soon have fewer beans to jiggle around… Walmart has decided to pull the plug on their music DRM server — so anyone who bought music prior to February 2008 has a couple of days… Continue reading Walmart tech understanding FAIL could wipe out your music collection