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It Might Get Loud

August 14th can’t come fast enough: Rarely can a film penetrate the glamorous surface of rock legends. It Might Get Loud tells the personal stories, in their own words, of three generations of electric guitar virtuosos – The Edge (U2), Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), and Jack White (The White Stripes). It reveals how each developed


Be nice

Catherine Powell: I don’t care how good you are at programming, finding bugs, whatever. If you’re rude, or if you speak poorly to people who don’t understand your… quirks…. you will wind up being shunted to the side. No one wants to work with someone who makes them feel beat down all the time, or


Eating your own dog food

Dan Frommer for Silicon Alley Insider: Microsoft won’t pay for its employees’ Apple (AAPL) iPhone data service plans anymore, even if they’re used significantly for work purposes. Nor will it pay for Research In Motion (RIMM) BlackBerry service, or a new Palm Pre. Instead, it will only reimburse data plans for Microsoft Windows Mobile-powered smartphones.


Friday links + other assorted hypertext wares

It’s game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals tonight, and our Red Wings have a chance to repeat for the second time in 11 years.  So if this post seems haphazard and aimless, it’s because everyone in Detroit is either planning a gigantic party tonight or learning how to tie a respectable noose, depending on


CIOs say ERP systems considerably underutilized

From CIO Insight: A survey of 300 senior IT professionals corroborated something we’ve been seeing for the past few years: most ERP systems are dramatically underutilized in terms of functionality. The survey, conducted by Accenture and targeted at senior IT pros across North America and the UK, yielded some interesting facts: Most organizations use only


PeopleSoft Real Estate Management (REM): A deeper look

If you can remember last week through the Pre and iPhone hype, you’ll recall I discussed PeopleSoft’s ALM product suite at an introductory level. This  week we’ll take a deeper dive into Real Estate Management (REM), one of the modules included within the ALM suite. At the 10,000 foot level, PeopleSoft REM enables organizations to