Tag: gmail

  • Doers & Talkers: Cultivating Innovation

    via XKCD

    A few years ago, I wrote a post called Doers and Talkers where I profiled two types of people in the technology space: Those who have ideas and are visionaries (or talkers) and those who implement those ideas on behalf of others (the doers). I looked back at that post and realized that, while correct, […]

  • Threadsy Aggregates Email, Facebook and Twitter (plus invites!)

    TechCrunch 50 startup and runner-up Threadsy reached out to me earlier to look at their service. I’m not usually one to do that but I had some time and their street cred seemed legitimate (TC50, etc). The service is an aggregation tool that pulls email accounts (Gmail, Yahoo, even IMAP to name a few) together. […]

  • EarthCam – Webcam Network

    EarthCam – Webcam Network.

  • Google Predicting the Future?

    Geeks among us will recognize the term “chaos theory”. It is a highly philisophical, and yet scientifically unproven, theory of physics that says, among other things, that there is a natural order to the universe that cannot be observed directly, but can be seen in patterns. Popularly known as the Butterfly Effect, it theorizes that […]

  • g is the new i

    If you’ve been a long time reader of Technosailor, you might recall when I wrote about how i is the new e. Things change quickly in our industry and while the points made might be valid still, quickly we are finding that g is the new i. It seems there’s a lot of buzz over […]