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An Interview with author and MX Speaker Scott Ber


I recently had a chance to speak with Scott Berkun — designer, author, contrarian and MX 2009 conference speaker about something that has interested me for a long time, but we don’t generally talk about in the design community: failure. We build...
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Ideas - Alphabetize the Setup Options


I want to give a “bump” to this idea sent my way from Johan in Sweden. Originally posted by jkubi, this idea centers on the idea of giving some semblance of order to the Setup options. Right now, I’d be hard pressed to explain for sure why it...
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Succesful Employee Engagement Strategies


Ask any worker around the world what makes them happy in their job and they always say the same things. While the relative importance and order varies, the key issues are always...
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The End of SaaS


Sometimes, there is nothing much to add. So I present to you - words of wisdom - as could only be articulated by the leader of a stagnating on-premise software vendor emotionally tied to the "cocaine" of endless upgrade fees and maintenance...
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Chrome Experiments are here


When Google Chrome launched last September, it included a powerful JavaScript engine, V8, which was built to make the next generation of web applications perform faster in the browser. In the past few months, we've reached out to more than a dozen...
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What PaaS Should Learn from the August 2003 Blacko


We’re in an interesting transition within the software space. Specifically, we’re all in agreement that SaaS is changing the industry in a very positive way. More importantly, however, is the recent evolution of platform as a service (PaaS), which...
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