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Strategies for Digital Times: Crossing the chasm - a great book by Geoffrey A. Moore

In this best-selling book, Geoffrey A. Moore describes winning strategies to scale up businesses in software and technology - though it was written back in the late 90s, it is still the 'bible' for software-strategy and growth.

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On edge use-cases

Edge use-cases are those, that are interesting from a product manager's and engineer's standpoint and often resemble great intellectual challenges - still, mostly they are hardly relevant to the majority of customers.

Traveling lite...

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Traveling with IT- and Telco-Equipment - it is still too much to carry.

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How games conquered the movies (Mon, 27 May 2019)
We used to think that as video games matured, as a medium, they would become more like Hollywood, becoming more focused on character development, plot reversals, and tight, suspense-driven narratives, rather than action set pieces alternating with cinematic cut scenes. Hoo boy, were we wrong. Instead the exact inverse has happened. Action movies have become […]
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National security journalism just became a national security threat (Sun, 26 May 2019)
Six years ago, British intelligence officers walked into the offices of The Guardian newspaper in London and demanded its staff destroy computers they believed stored highly classified documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. In the basement of the newspaper’s offices, editors used angle-grinders and drills to destroy the computers in an effort to render […]
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These ‘microbe-grown’ headphones could be the future of sustainable electronics (Sun, 26 May 2019)
The culture of planned obsolescence in electronics produces a huge amount of toxic waste unlikely to go anywhere but a landfill for the next millennium or so. Nature produces some of the strongest and most versatile substances we've ever encountered, so why not use them instead? That's what Finnish design house Aivan has attempted with this concept pair of headphones made from fungus, bioplastics, and other natural materials.
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