Monthly Archives: November 2001
did you ever imagine reading "coffee-wielding bandit" as a headline? "Florida police say a coffee-wielding bandit has robbed at least six Fort Lauderdale Dunkin' Donuts stores. Police say the man hurls hot java at the clerks after they open the … Continue reading
from BusinessWeek: "Meet the People's Company. Like a democracy, it can be a noisy and unruly place, where citizens sometimes think the folks in charge are numbskulls. But the people's passion prevails at eBay because the people are firmly in … Continue reading
i think this picture needs no caption, but maybe a bad 70's funk soundtrack … doh!
pretty cool, google "… now extracts and indexes the text from many file formats, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, PostScript, RTF, Lotus files, WordStar 2000, RFT (and old IBM format), MacWrite, and on and on. The extracted information is also converted … Continue reading
the following are quotes from an interesting article titled "Culture of Collaboration", which includes 10 recommendations for getting employees to adopt collaborative tools and use them in an effective way. "The biggest challenge of getting employees to work together online … Continue reading
NY Times article talks about how "the current confluence of crisis and technology appears to be prompting a reassessment of old thinking about the way big organizations should organize people." for example, "Procter & Gamble aims to use alternative workplace … Continue reading