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Business Consulting For The 21st Century Via A Holistic & Intelligent Approach

Just Because You Can, Doesn’t Mean You Should

Consumed => “Silicon Valley’s Youth Problem” by Yiren Lu on NY Times.

If It’s Free and You Don’t Know What The Product Is…

Consumed => “Will Digital Networks Ruin Us?” By Joe Nocera on NY Times.

Life wthout “spoiler alerts”

Consumed => “Bits: No TV? No Subscription? No Problem” by Jenna Worthman on NY Times.

Apps make Apple rich (but app developers not to much so)

Consumed => “The iEconomy – Part 8: Writing the Software (As Boom Lures App Creators, Tough Part Is Making a Living) by David Streitfeld on NY Times.

How to build a better password

Consumed => “Tool Kit: How to Devise Passwords That Drive Hackers Away” by Nicole Perlroth on NY Times.

What is the definition of consistency?

Consumed => “Designing for Multiple Screen Sizes Is About Consistency” by Nick Bilton on NY Times.

Warning: You are what you click

Consumed => “You for Sale: Mapping, and Sharing, the Consumer Genome” by y Natasha Singer on NY Times.

New SERP features from Bing and Google

Consumed => “Going Beyond Search, Into Fetch” by David Pogue on NY Times.

There’s a thin line between staying relevant and cranking out crap

Consumed => “Writer’s Cramp: In the E-Reader Era, a Book a Year Is Slacking” by Julie Bosman on NY Times.

The truth about leaving the 9 to 5 nest

Consumed => “The Top 10 Rookie Mistakes for Entrepreneurs” by Jay Goltz on NY Times.

A PhD in Angry Birds?

Consumed => “Harvard and M.I.T. Team Up to Offer Free Online Courses” by Tamar Lewin on NY Times.

Will Google Plus be Google’s new Wave?

Consumed => “Is Google Plus’s Problem One of Design?” by Nick Bilton on NY Times.

Killing Anonymous or making it stronger?

Consumed => “Arrests Sow Mistrust Inside a Clan of Hackers” by Somini Sengupta on NY Times.

Innovation is like price…what the market can bear

Consumed => “Opinion: True Innovation” slideshow in NY Times.

The secret recipe: motivation

Consumed => “Figuring Out How to Attract New Business” by MP Mueller on NY Times.

The darkside of UGC (User Generated Content)

Consumed => “For $2 a Star, an Online Retailer Gets 5-Star Product Reviews” by David Stretfeld on NY Times.

Big data to get even bigger in 2012

Consumed => “For Start-Ups That Aim at Giants, Sorting the Data Cloud Is the Next Big Thing” by Malia Wollan on NY Times.

Someone has to tell it like it is

Consumed => “Every Team Should Have a Devil’s Advocate” by Adam Bryant on NY Times.

Dropbox it like it’s hot

Consumed => “Dropbox Will Simplify Your Life” by David Pogue on NY Times.

ROI and The Cloud

Consumed => “Does Moving to the Cloud Pay Off?” by David H. Freedman on NY Times.