Mobility Interest by Google Searches

No promises that Google is the true measure of our interests, but there certainly are lots of reasons to follow the aggregate search results. You ignore these trends at your own peril. Be sure to check assumptions regularly here : https://trends.google.com For many Enterprise technologists, marketers, and product managers these trends …

Jobs Report + Education Cuts + Open Positions at Tech Companies = Moronic Irony

This week’s jobs report by the federal government was about 80,000 new jobs short of projections. Those 80,000 jobs, unfortunately exist but have not been filled because America has failed to properly interest and train people with the skills to do the work that needs to get done, the work …

New Study: community-owned broadband is cheaper and faster

Regardless of what size you think government should be (I prefer a government powerful enough to protect the community’s shared interests), the one area where government has consistently played a positive and often powerful role is in the development of infrastructure. Sometimes – nay usually – the costs associated with …

The New Normal

With regard to Mr. Schwaretz’s article on the “new normal”( NY Times “Jobless and Staying That Way”, 8/7/2010), both camps are right. Unfortunately, the same forces that created the new normal are fuel for the cyclical trends. The cycles are partly a reaction to inefficiency in the wider market; when …