Tablet PC MVP James Kendrick describes how he uses mobile technology to quickly set up a functioning office wherever his business might take him. This "virtual cubicle", as James calls it is a sterling example of how the way we work is changing.
James Farrar focuses on the business balance between financial performance and social-environmental impact.
Sharing information with family, friends, and co-workers is a phenomenon driving more and more application development. This is especially true of online services like Flickr and del.icio.us which make sharing photos and links (respectively) point-and-click simple.
Rob Bushway, a Tablet PC MVP and blogger, recently offered his readers a chance to win a DocuPen scanner if they could provide the a truly compelling, innovative use for the device. Rob received more than 160 submissions - far more than the 50 he set as a minimum to validate the contest.
Release 1.0 has begun a new series of video shorts under their "Ideas That Matter" banner which is focused on time. In the first installment, Making Time Count, Esther Dyson presents a look at the next generation of tools for managing time.
Sure, you can assemble a number of individual applications and install them on a USB drive but Portable Apps Suite has done all the hard work for you. Unzip a single file and you're ready to roll.
The way we work is in a constant state of flux but the changes taking place today are particularly profound. The work many of us do today is virtually science fiction compared to what our parents knew.