Monthly Archives: April 2012

Corporate Purchasing and the War for Smart Phone Domination

Could purchasing habits at corporations serve as a leading indicator of any upcoming tipping points in the war for smart phone domination? This is the lofty question I’ve set to answer in the post you’ve just started reading. Much has … Continue reading

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The New Bubble That Is Just About To Burst

Only five years after the last bubble burst, a new one is getting very ripe to blow up. While the mainstream economy has been riling from one of the biggest financial markets’ meltdowns, the nascent start-up economy in Silicon Valley … Continue reading

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Help Me Win the Cherry Blossom Photo Contest

Dear friends, please help me win the People’s Choice award at the 2012 Washington DC Cherry Blossom Photo Contest. Follow this link, pick the one photo from my 5 entries that you like the most and vote for it! Thanks … Continue reading

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Attack of the Start-Up Clones

There has been a flurry of articles in the mainstream tech blogosphere about start-ups that are ruthlessly imitating other successful start-ups. Tech blog gurus have been pressing the “panic button” on their computers, cranking out posts after posts of cautionary … Continue reading

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Cherry Blossom Festival in DC

As promised in last week’s photo-related entry on this blog, I am dedicating a post to the world-famous Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC. This year, the festival was special not only because it was celebrating its centennial, but also … Continue reading

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