Month: February 2011

Good, Fast, Or Cheap Communications

I’m a CMMA member and was recently asked to provide a written response to the question below. Because I share practically everything, below is my response.  Hope you enjoy it. Question: Remember this old adage? Good/Fast/Cheap: Pick Any Two Does it still hold, or have technology changes and production efficiencies made it possible for communications… Read more »

Humans Are The Routers

Two very important quotes in this article which may have forever changed the way I think about the Internet and communications. To give you context in case you don’t know, routers control Internet traffic throughout the world (which is why Cisco became a dot com darling). Because we are still dependent on routers, dictators can kill… Read more »

Computer History Museum

Last weekend it was a cold and wet outside so Christina and I went to the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. It probably wouldn’t have been Christina’s first choice of things to do on a Saturday but I really had a good time and truth be told I think I brought out the… Read more »

PausePressPlay

This documentary looks great and they have Seth Godin in it so you know it will be great (Seth is brilliant). About the documentary: “The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent of people in an unprecedented way, unleashing unlimited creative opportunities. But does democratized culture mean better art, film, music… Read more »

Red Rock Coffee

Christina and I went to Red Rock Coffee yesterday in Mountain View and they served up a fantastic latte.  I say easily one of the 10 best lattes I’ve had, and I’ve had a good number! Website: Red Rock Coffee Twitter: @redrockcoffeeaz