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If my mom designed a computer

If my mom designed a computer, it would say please and thank you. It would know when I was really focused on something and wouldnt bug me with e-mail, IM and other notifications. It would know just when to call me back from that Internet playground, so I could be sure and finish my homework and chores, ah, work for the day. It would wake up before I do and be ready f......

Full article >>> ia school boards not withstanding, theres a bloody Darwinian battle going on in my computer for my attention. Its survival of the most arrogant.

Im not trying to alert each and every business analyst, architect, designer and software engineer to pursue that last little increment of flagrant alarmism that will reverse the entropy of attention. In practice, every such attempt only increases......

Full article >>> matter what our intentions and designs, our systems and services will be put to work in unexpected ways and in widely varying ever-changing contexts. This isnt just the now-common cry for flexibility and agility in IS. Its about understanding that technology cant help but impact the business environment and culture. Then we have to find ways to nurture the positive impacts and mitigate the negat......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 10/30/05


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