Monthly Archives: February 2013

Clouds, identity and geek crushes

Yesterday at the second Personal Clouds meetup in San Francisco I met, live and in person, Kaliya Identity Woman!  And, yes, that is her real name.  It isn’t her given name but in every way that matters it is her … Continue reading

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Applying software’s customer interaction models to hardware

If you haven’t heard about Vendor Relationship Management, you should take a look.  As a consumer, VRM gives you more power in the relationships with your vendors, even if they don’t participate.  But for vendors who participate, VRM transforms the … Continue reading

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Rocking the Candlewood

On my last visit to Jersey City, a friend expressed some surprise that I booked at Candlewood Suites.  It happened to be the closest place to my customer’s office but it also has ample desk space and power outlets on … Continue reading

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Advertising humor never gets old

I’m always amused by what gets through the review, edit and approval filters and becomes advertisement.  Take the following from Capital One, for example: Obviously, credit card companies want you to run as much money as possible through the card.  … Continue reading

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