Category Archives: Business

Livescribe Update

I last wrote about Livescribe on this blog in June 2009. It is time for an update as there is a new version of the smart pen called the echo. Robert Scoble has done video interviews with a user and with the founder, Jim Marggraff, who explained the new echo features. The product has improved…

eBook Reader Roundup

Over at the technologizer blog there is a roundup of eBook readers. The plethora of new ereaders being introduced is indicative that this market is heating up but a consolidation of standards and device types is likely as a clear market leader develops. Which ereader is going to attract the greatest selection of titles and…

Livescribe Pulse Smart Pen

Livescribe Note taking Solution The Livescribe Pulse smart pen takes the simplicity of a pen and transforms it into a sophisticated computer for digitizing your notes and audio recording. $334 Canadian for “prototype” Business Need Captures analog notes and synchronizes with audio recording Advantage of being compact, easy and quick Competition is digital recorder and…

Saving money and the environment the easy way

David Pogue talks about how you can reduce phantom power consumption automatically using a smart power bar that also protects against power surges too. reducing juice consumption Best of all it is affordable and the payback in electricity savings could be as short as a year. [ get viagra fast | next day delivery of…

Marketing Humour on why things are broken

The following this_is_broken_video by Seth Godin presents in a humorous way some explanations why things can be broken inadvertantly or deliberately Recognizing the root causes might help avoid creating more examples of these types of absurdities that are all too common. By the way the gelconference where this was presented is about Gel (“Good Experience…