My comment to the EETimes article, ‘Will headless Intel woo AMD’s Lisa Su?’ “A wonderful article – thank you! I read this practically sitting on the edge of my seat. And the answer to the question, ‘Will headless Intel woo AMD’s Lisa Su?’ The answer is most probably no, because as someone you quoted in… Continue reading Will headless Intel woo AMD’s Lisa Su?
I am taking another look at Kevin Kelly’s execrable book, What Technology Wants (2010), for reasons I don’t quite understand. But I’ll come back to that later. The title I thought was quite brilliant. It alone caught my eye from all those other sad books gathering dust on the marked down table in the wonderful… Continue reading What Technology Wants
I am traveling back to the states for a visit early next month. It’s something I do twice a year and like most expats, I need to rethink the list of stuff that I need to return home with. This means some preplanning as far as discerning what if any of my small stock of… Continue reading Traveling and Electronics
I just finished watching a new YouTube video entitled, Can Surface Andromeda replace your PC? And it appears to be another one of those videos published by Windows Central whose whole purpose has to be testing the waters on just how amenable the consumer market feels towards Microsoft’s softly hyped, yet to be delivered, new… Continue reading Mobile – What I Want – II
Every last electronic device I’ve owned in the past 8 years – save the wonderful Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit workstation I built bottoms up – has largely been a great disappointment. And that goes double for all my mobile devices. Would somebody please explain to me how my beloved electronics industry could so betray… Continue reading Mobile – What I Want
I just posted this comment to an EETimes article entitled ‘Conference Launched to Empower Women in Tech‘. It seems to me if you want to ‘lift women to equal status’ in technology then you first have to get more women interested in technology and get more women into the field of technology. And the questions… Continue reading Women in Technology
Fred Molinari , former CEO of a company called Data Translation just published an article to the EETimes entitled ‘Will We Know the Next Big Thing Before it Arrives?‘ I replied, “I enjoyed your post; it was thought provoking – thanks. You somewhat postulated midway that the next big thing will have Black Swan style… Continue reading A Recent Comment to EETimes