David Berlind

David Berlind was fomerly the executive editor of ZDNet. David holds a BBA in Computer Information Systems. Prior to becoming a tech journalist in 1991, David was an IT manager.</p>

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From Startup Camp: Is it possible to wall-in a safe online garden for kids?

From Startup Camp: Is it possible to wall-in a safe online garden for kids?

Here in NYC at Startup Camp, I took some time to interview a couple founders of technology-oriented companies (most were technology-oriented but some were not) to find out what they were up to and what sort of company they were bringing to market. I basically got up on stage and said we're rolling tape for ZDNet and CNET if anyone wants to come talk to us.

published October 24, 2007 by

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Windows Home Server fan club beats me up for asking if WHS is Microsoft's next flop

Windows Home Server fan club beats me up for asking if WHS is Microsoft's next flop

Literally within minutes of each other (strangely coincidental), I received two e-mails -- one from a colleague and the other from someone who concealed their identity -- that basically told me I was out of line for questioning the chances that Microsoft's Windows Home Server will succeed. My colleague Shawn Morton over at sister CNET Networks property Tech Republic simply notified me that he had responded in his blog.

published October 19, 2007 by

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Expanding on Carr's latest anthem: The business PC doesn't matter

Expanding on Carr's latest anthem: The business PC doesn't matter

Nick "IT doesn't matter" Carr's latest post on why the business PC doesn't matter (those are my words, his were "Rethinking the business PC") resonated with me on so many levels that it could easily be turned into a manager's handbook on business agility. In my RSS reader (Google Reader), his headline was ironically juxtaposed against the news from eWeek that Toshiba was launching some new enterprise notebooks.

published October 16, 2007 by

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