Archive for November, 2006

Technology Quarterly: editor interview

Posted: Thursday, November 30th, 2006 @ 12:00 pm in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Technology Quarterly: editor interview

A discussion with Tom Standage, Business Editor of The Economist: “In a decade’s time there might be so much storage space, according to some calculations, that you could actually have every piece of music ever recorded on every phone.”

Europe.view

Posted: Thursday, November 30th, 2006 @ 5:00 am in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Europe.view

A nervous night for NATO: Vladimir Putin almost gatecrashes a summit.

Asia.view

Posted: Wednesday, November 29th, 2006 @ 5:00 am in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Asia.view

A gander at the geese: Japan wants to lead Asia. But how?

Business.view

Posted: Tuesday, November 28th, 2006 @ 4:00 am in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Business.view

The tigers of Bangalore: Rewriting the rules in India Inc.

World In 2007: the America’s cup in Europe: author interview

Posted: Monday, November 27th, 2006 @ 8:00 am in Uncategorized | Comments Off on World In 2007: the America’s cup in Europe: author interview

A discussion with Larry Ellison, CEO, Oracle: “The America’s Cup is designed to be a contest between nations. When you sail through the America’s Cup you represent your country and this year BMW Oracle Racing is the only representative, the only challenger, from the US.”

World In 2007: Web 2.0’s effect on society: author interview

Posted: Monday, November 27th, 2006 @ 8:00 am in Uncategorized | Comments Off on World In 2007: Web 2.0’s effect on society: author interview

A discussion with Andreas Kluth, technology correspondent, The Economist: “Web 2.0 was a term coined as an enzyme, hoping that it would catalyse some rejuvenation; and it did. It encompasses all the new media from blogs to podcasts.”

Green.view

Posted: Monday, November 27th, 2006 @ 4:00 am in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Green.view

A ransom worth paying: The moral hazard of saving trees.

How Not to be an Ugly American When You Travel Overseas

Posted: Friday, November 24th, 2006 @ 8:05 pm in Global Business | No Comments »

Let’s face it; Americans have a terrible reputation abroad. We have controversial foreign policies. Time after time we have elected monolingual presidents (our Congress is mostly monolingual as well). We live with huge domestic problems such as homelessness, lack of health insurance, violent street crime and high school graduates who can’t read. Europeans laugh at […]