Monthly Archives: March 2007

John Murch on Flickr

I purchased a Canon Rebel XTi a couple of weeks ago. I have been meaning to blog about it but I have been so busy with life I forgot. Since I haven’t blog about it I figure I would just post up my flickr link and hope you can check them out. Most of the […]

Crowdsourcing the Buzz Word of the Day

Since I covered coworking earlier this month I wanted to add another tech term to the mix, Crowdsourcing? “Crowdsourcing” is a neologism for a business model in which a company or institution takes a job traditionally performed by a designated agent (usually an employee) and outsources it to an undefined, generally large group of people […]

Are you HDTV yet?

Well back in May 1, 2006 all analog television broadcast signals were suppose to stop. The FCC was suppose to sell this part of the spectrum to companies like AT&T, Verizon, and the rest, for some nice bank. This migration has not only cost media companies like NBC, ABC, CBS, and Fox to upgrade, but […]

Why aren’t Newspapers Free?

The print industry lacks so much intellect that it kills me, on the inside. I am a newsjunkie and yet the “print” news cost money, but the “online” news is FREE! There have been a couple of times that the New York Post (My Favorite “paid” newspaper, okay maybe second Wall Street Journal) hands out […]

Vermont tries to Impeach Bush and Dick

If I was still in Vermont I would have enjoyed yesterday. The first Tuesday of March is Town Meeting Day. (At least for Burlington and most of the State) The University of Vermont takes off along with most of the town to go and discuss various political topics and town issues. So yesterday while the […]

Startup its not Location, its Coworking

When you think of a startup you think Silicon Valley, but theres many other locations and other factors that are the key to any startup. I recently posted on how New York is becoming the next Silicon Valley. New York offers many opportunities and combines the wealth of Wall Street with the boom of technology. […]