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The Art of Pitching

I’ve said it before but it bears repeating. If you’re not reading Guy Kawasaki’s blog you’re missing some excellent points about business from the guy who coined the job description ‘evangelist’. Man after my own heart. 🙂

And Speaking Of Telegrams

Which I was, leave it to James Likeks to put up a great archive.

Why I Hate Windows

< Caution, major rant ahead> I try to stay off the OS soapbox, but I’m just fed up enough to rant today. I don’t have any hard evidence that what I’m about to discuss is actually caused by Windows, but I know just as sure as I’m pounding the keyboard that it ain’t a Mac […]

TELEGRAMS DEAD STOP ERA ENDS STOP

And so another technology fades from the scene. Western Union delivered its last telegram last Friday after 155 years in the business. The telegram, the paper manifestation of a telegraph message, first appeared in 1844 in a now-famous message transmitted from the US Capitol to the train station in Baltimore. Samuel F. B. Morse is […]

RIM Gets A Minor Victory From USPTO

RIM announced that the US Patent and Trademark Office has rejected all claims in an NTP patent central to the patent infringement case between the companies. NTP has the right to appeal the ruling but not to submit further information to support its claims in the so-called ‘592’ patent. The PTO, as part of its […]