When IT leaders push back on “citizen development” they are just displaying their closed mindedness and incompetence. Every successful organization is – right now, today – full of citizen developers, people using whatever technology tools they have available (and often finding ways to get around IT limitations to get additional Read more…
This decade will see the rise of carbon-neutral supply chains which will impact businesses everywhere – even those far removed from serving tech firms in Silicon Valley. As more Fortune 500 companies join this trend carbon-neutral requirements will be pushed deep down the supply chain to the point that companies Read more…
This evening I was at a major national electronics retailer to purchase a new television. I recently moved into a new place and needed a television sized appropriately for the room (and, my old television being plasma, something that would run cooler to save money on air conditioning.) (more…)
This is a product idea I have for Uber. I’m hopeful they will, one day, implement it.
Allow users to better understand and communicate pick-up locations at complex locations (stadiums, airports, conference centers, etc.) and special events (Super Bowl, Golf Tournament, etc.)
In many of these instances it is very difficult for a requestor to understand and communicate their location to the driver in a manner that is consistent with the vehicle pick-up regulations.