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  1. Another Lotus loss to a blogging platform: Traction Software

    Sep 29, 2005 — 8 Comments
  2. Hat Tip To Novell PR: Being More Competitive By Being Less Competitive

    Sep 29, 2005 — No Comments
  3. Volvo Truck Production Going CO2 Free

    Sep 29, 2005 — 1 Comment
  4. Lotus finally Starts Showing Not Telling

    Sep 28, 2005 — 1 Comment
  5. On Jeff Jones, IBM AR, and rewriting Powerpoint

    Sep 27, 2005 — 3 Comments
  6. A Gartner Analyst walks into a bar…

    Sep 27, 2005 — 18 Comments
  7. How Gartner competes with IBM. we all do?

    Sep 23, 2005 — 10 Comments
  8. Why Forrester isn’t part of the conversation. Its like NY Times Select

    Sep 23, 2005 — 3 Comments
  9. Great analyst presentation by a vendor: SealedMedia

    Sep 22, 2005 — 1 Comment
  10. I use Qumana blogging client

    Sep 21, 2005 — 12 Comments
  11. Please take five minutes out for ashes and snow

    Sep 21, 2005 — 4 Comments
  12. On making connnections, Linked in and sometimes you just can’t argue

    Sep 21, 2005 — 2 Comments
  13. On IBM AR, “I dream of a world of standard reporting”, and death of the analyst business

    Sep 21, 2005 — 1 Comment
  14. On Nestle careers, Shared Services, SAP and Geisinger Health Compliance

    Sep 20, 2005 — 3 Comments
  15. If you want to help define the future of Digital Identity

    Sep 19, 2005 — No Comments
  16. Nokia joins Eclipse: Sun’s Goat Song

    Sep 19, 2005 — 6 Comments
  17. how Sun is getting back in the game, and packaging thoughts

    Sep 15, 2005 — 3 Comments
  18. Oracle Siebel: time for users to pull the trigger on SOA governance

    Sep 14, 2005 — 6 Comments
  19. Oracle buys Siebel, RedMonk RedWall

    Sep 12, 2005 — No Comments
  20. Lets Applaud the Working Class of New Orleans

    Sep 9, 2005 — 1 Comment
  21. IBM contributes to Roller blogging tool project. Good IBM.

    Sep 9, 2005 — No Comments
  22. On the music biz, IT, the Long Tail of HR and Superstars, plus Northern Irish Football

    Sep 9, 2005 — 5 Comments
  23. People Don’t Buy Things, They Subscribe To Services 2

    Sep 9, 2005 — No Comments
  24. Oracle best in the industry for group calendar scheduling

    Sep 8, 2005 — 2 Comments
  25. links: SAP wikis, Asian group design blog, complexity kills projects and stuff

    Sep 8, 2005 — No Comments