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Between the Lines
Larry Dignan and other IT industry experts, blogging at the intersection of business and technology, deliver daily news and analysis on vital enterprise trends.
Larry Dignan is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and SmartPlanet as well as Editorial Director of ZDNet's sister site TechRepublic.
Rachel King is a staff writer for ZDNet based in San Francisco.
DearAOL.com coalition tangles with Esther Dyson over Goodmail's CertifiedEmail approach to spam eradication
On Friday, Esther Dyson wrote a New York Times op-ed piece, “You've Got Goodmail,” in which she advocated for Goodmail Systems’ freedom to pursue a 'certified' approach to dealing with the problem of spam and fraud on the Internet. She wrote:What Goodmail is proposing is a sort of FedEx for e-mail.
Worth listening to: During a conversation with the Gillmor Gang a earlier this month, Ray Ozzie drilled deeper into Live Clipboard and Microsoft's plans for connecting Microsoft's 'legacy' applications and the Internet. It's a good conversation, especially in the context of Microsoft's Mix '06 conference this week.
NetSuite is going vertical, with a software industry-specific edition. I caught up with NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson at PC Forum who described the software vertical as a "single system from lead to renewal.
Attention was the subject of the SDForum Search SIG tonight at AOL's Mountain View office. In fact, it's been the subject of attention and lively debate for the last few weeks, especially at the recent ETech to PC Forum conferences.
If there can be a Photo of the Day in this blog, then why not a Quote of the Day? On page 90 of this week's issue of Time Magazine is a quote of Mark Cuban saying:In the past, you had to memorize knowledge because there was a cost to finding it.
Photo of the day: ZDNet software-as-a-service and Loosely Coupled blogger Phil Wainewright visited me today in our San Francisco office. I told the Londoner that I was starting a new daily photo posting, and he's the first one....
I listened to Bret Dixon of BEA today at the SOA Executive Forum and came away with a bit of analysis that I found helpful. Bret characterized SOA initiation patterns in a 2x2 matrix where the X-axis measured SOA complexity and the y-axis measured business involvement.
JP Rangaswami, the CIO at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein who has caught the blogging bug, continues to post further on his four pillars of enterprise application architecture (publishing, search, fulfilment and conversation). From yesterday's post: Is it time to think about an Intention Market [channeling Doc Searls] for information?
John Loiacono, the executive vice president for software at Sun, is leaving to join Abobe. He has spent most of his working career, nearly 20 years, at Sun, including stints as senior vice president of Sun's operating platforms group and chief marketing officer.