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From Chris Shipley's opening remarks at the DEMO conference, February 6-8:

Each DEMO event captures a moment in the wild ride that is this personal technology industry. Indeed, over this conference's 16 years, we've seen ups and downs and more recently ups again. We've seen moments that have defined a year, like the great last hurrah of the Internet ......

Full article >>> evening. We don't ask permission of an IT department when we find the right tools and services to get our jobs done more efficiently. We adopt what is right for us and we work and play when we need to.

Certainly, you will see some products at DEMO that are purely fun. And there are those products that will only be purchased by an enterprise computing organization. Still, there is a wide......

Full article >>> ial computing in which people collectively and individually provide human filters to massive data sets begins to fully unfold here at DEMO this week.

This social computing movement, I think, speaks to another and most significant challenge in the 25 year history of personal computing, something I alluded to in DEMOletter back in November.

Over two decades and more, personal com......

Full article >>> lenge over the past three months. And in thinking about this, I have been reminded of a placard that hung above the copy desk at a magazine where I worked in the early 90s.

The placard offered the straight-forward advice of the American existentialist Henry David Thoreau: "Simplify, Simplify"

Thoreau was talking about how to live a better life. And from his rude cabin at Walden P......

Full article >>> hris@demo.com. Shipley, has covered the personal technology business since 1984 and is regarded as one of the top analysts covering the technology industry today. Shipley has worked as a writer and editor for variety of technology consumer magazines, including PC Week, PC Magazine, PC/Computing, and InfoWorld, US Magazine and Working Woman. She has written two books on communications and Inter......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 02/13/06


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