Author: WTN News

Nobody will ever admit to buying technology for technology’s sake. And yet a visiting space alien that is watching most companies acquire and deploy technology could be forgiven for believing that’s what most of us are doing. We put almost all our energy into specifying,...

MADISON—Sonic Foundry Inc., a Madison-based media solutions company, announced Tuesday that in third-quarter 2004 they have for the first time exceeded $1 million in sales. This reflects the dramatic upturn the company has taken in growth strategies, having increased its revenue by 250% from last...

MADISON, Wis. — With the University of Wisconsin System and the state's Department of Administration on the verge of creating two separate statewide networks, Gov. Jim Doyle has stepped in and asked them to combine their efforts....

Most corporations, when giving birth to a new product, behave just like parents jumping in frenzy in a maternity ward. This typical hysterical hoopla of the incubation wing is often replaced by a subtler, cubicle behavior and at times becomes a subdued Dilbertish style revolution....

Recently I read a provocative editorial in the New York Times by Giuliano Hazan, a cooking instructor and author, entitled, "You Are How You Eat". In it, he draws an intriguing contrast between how Italians view food and the eating rituals they follow versus Americans....

MADISON – Without technology innovators, would regulators have anything to do? Four events in the past week or so are a reminder that for every breakthrough in fields such as biotechnology and nanotechnology, another regulatory hurdle pops up to slow the sprint toward progress....

I confess: I'm a right-brain guy in a left-brain world. Images and visions are more real to me than abstractions, I see the future more easily than things that are right in front of my face....