Tom Peters had it right some 20+ years ago when he suggested that the work force would be shifting away from a static, hierarchical structure to one shaped by dynamic teams that form out of a need and disband when the need goes away. As I recall, or maybe as I infer through the lens […]
Facebook Follies Just how valuable are those fleeting Facebooks posts so many businesses use to promote their product or message? The messages quickly disappear into a blog scroll longer than the Mississippi – with locks and dam obstacles to discourage anyone from ever trying to find significant information- so they tend to be more like […]
The Japan Fundraiser at Moreland Little League complex, referenced in the previous issue of the Viodi View, was a success thanks to the hard work and dedication of the families and businesses associated with the Moreland MLL community. The boundaries of community, in this case, are not restricted by the lines of geography or even […]
This Saturday's Wall Street Journal article, Investors Get in a Lather Over Tech, implied there might be a bubble in privately-held tech start-ups. Reading between the lines, I observed that the companies attracting the funding were actually web software companies, rather than Internet infrastructure of any sort I believe that the bulk of private tech investments is going into start […]
The October 27th issue of the Viodi View includes articles on LTE standards, mobile backhaul via Ethernet, hybrid fiber/wireless solutions for serving the unserved in Vermont and discussion of today being the honeymoon period for brands that use Facebook; but they have to use it correctly, before it loses its luster among consumers.