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Reading is very slow, expensive, and inefficient. The ROI for this activity is very different depending upon whether a person is reading for effect or purpose.
This week’s High Five is about crowd power; for better or worse. #5: Microsoft’s Creative Destruction Categorizing this article as “crowd power” is a little bit of a stretch, but it had to be included in the High Five nonetheless. In the wake of the iPad product announcement, this fascinating article describes in great detail […]
Disclosure #1: I am not an Apple fanboy – not even close. Disclosure #2: This is about what we can learn from the iPad, not so much about the iPad itself. I finally carved out an hour and half of time to watch the iPad unveiling, conforming myself to the reclining love seat with my laptop. It was […]