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My new electrical toothbrush

By Peter, June 1, 2009 16:05

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As I told you earlier, I am fond of gadgets. Although I qualified only the iPhone and the MacBook Air as real gadgets, I must admit that you can put the newest toothbrush of Oral Braun high on an “almost gadget” list. But what is the gadget feeling or gadget look of this normal day to day device? I will tell you. One of the features of a gadget is that it has at least some sort of display. And this one has two. One on the brush itself, providing the information about the current state of the batteries. But the other is much more sophisticated.
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Twitter – a transient hype or a supplement on Blogs?

By Peter, May 27, 2009 22:52

twitter_logoTwitter is hot. Twitter is growing with more than 1,000%. Twitter is everywhere. Twitter is becoming a part of life. Why are people willing to share everything they are doing? Is it a quest for ‘ancient’ times using modern technology?

I think that modern society is becoming more and more individual. That is not really big news, but is this individuality bringing everybody perfect happiness? Probably not. The human being is not created to be on its own. You cannot create successful organisations with individuals; teams are needed and coordinated cooperation. So how are these individuals coping with the lack of team spirit, the lack of having the possibility to show themselves, the lack of a warm welcome? They find other kindred on the Internet. They throw some words into the air, hoping that someone is picking them up. Someone in outer space. Someone who is willing to respond. Someone who wants to team up. They twitter.
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1 Billion Copies Sold!

By Peter, May 24, 2009 12:27

promo_newads_image20090125image200904061 Billion Copies sold! Every publisher would be out of his mind, when he could write this in his annual accounts. But Apple succeeded to do this in only 9 months time: 1 billion applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch through the iTunes on-line store. And what about all the other publishers selling their Windows Mobile Products? Of course, the price per copy is higher, but how many copies are ‘sold’ via the bittorrent sites, newsgroups and other ‘social networks’? Are these the secrets of Apple: low pricing and a way to prevent pirate copying, by installing the software through their own iTunes Store? Continue reading '1 Billion Copies Sold!'»

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Gadgets

By Peter, May 22, 2009 10:48

iphoneIs is true, that men never grow up and that the difference between men and boys are the size of there toys? Most of the people consider all those gadgets that can be bought today as toys to play with, but I do not agree on that! I think the modern manager needs those new devices not only to keep in contact with the ever-changing environment, but also to manage his own time and agenda. The modern manager is not only expected to work day and night, but also to have a more than high output level. How can he do this with just a pencil and a writing pad. How can he stay in contact with all his friends, colleagues and (more important) clients and suppliers? Continue reading 'Gadgets'»

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