Month: March 2010

  • Google’s Leverage

    Up until now, it looked like Google was chucking services out there in the hope that it would stick; Google Apps for Your Domain was mostly about getting businesses into the Google hivemind space by appealing to users who wanted to have their home experience of GMail at work too. Almost by accident they managed […]

  • Why I don’t go to the cinema any more

    At the Cinema Cost of two movie tickets to a standard session of latest hit: $36 Cost of a medium popcorn and two drinks: $16 (Optional) Internet booking fee to guarantee seats: $1 per ticket At Home Cost of a DVD on your giant flat-screen TV on your very comfy couch: 3 months from cinematic […]