Commentary

What are you doing on April 3? If you're in the San Francisco area, you could be part of something big. Really big. Super big. On that one day, the University of San Francisco will attempt to create an ad hoc, networked supercomputer from the...

Many corporate executives seem taken aback by the anger engendered by their rush to offshore outsource. But they should not be surprised at all. US workers have been relentlessly and brutally downsized and reengineered for over two decades. The past four years have been the...

Many economists in the Unites States are concerned with the increasing trade imbalance with China. They would like to slow things down and begin the process of leveling the playing field. Perhaps China’s economists’ can do the work for them! ...

MADISON – I feel like Julius truly cares about me. He often sends me stock tips. Brittney cares, too. She passes along ideas for how to buy prescription drugs on the cheap. Octavio? He’s my main man when it comes to debt reduction. Ursula seems...

Three years after selling to Macromedia the company he founded with his brother Jeremy, JJ Allaire is back at the helm of a start-up venture, this time offering a product for the user side of the Web equation....

MILWAUKEE - The benefits of switching to voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) was the focus of Einnovate’s monthly meeting at the Italian Community Center in Milwaukee. Nearly 100 attendees listened to service providers and users share their experiences with VoIP....

Few topics of this newsletter hit a nerve as sharply as social networking has. In fact, I get more mail when I write on this topic than I seem to receive on all other topics combined. (Something I suppose I should keep in mind when...