Computerworld has dug up some of the best ads from the past 40 years of computing. With fantastic headlines like "80 Mbytes of storage for less than $12,000!" and "What exactly is Electronic Mail?" you can't help but chuckle. Take a look.
With all the buzz around web 2.0 and social networking, it seems that this will be the buzz at least for another 6 months before web 3.0 comes along and another round of web barons are created. So, for the time being there is a great site focused on all that happens in the social networking space. Check it out.
Posted by Matt Laufer at 2:04 PM
Apparently Josh Spear is making a name for himself. A good friend who is an internet cavalier in the web 2.0 space has used him as a consultant with good results/insights. He may be someone SRG could use from time to time if our clients don't use him first. Learn more.
Posted by Matt Laufer at 4:59 PM
As we near the release of the iPhone, I thought it would be interesting to take a look back at the introduction of the iPod. It is amazing how much has happened in 6 years. Take a look at the humble beginnings of iPod to get a sense of how far the device and more importantly Apple, Inc. has come.
Posted by Matt Laufer at 11:12 AM