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FacebookI  have led and founded  several  technology companies, as well as conceived, launched and managed  a large portfolio of websites and web applications.  I provide the key vision, technology support, strategic advice, and direction across all our

8 Reasons Why Google+ Could Beat Facebook in the Long Term

googleplus It has now been a little over a month since Google's brand new social networking website - Google+ was launched in a limited field trial.  During this time, over 25 million+ people have already joined Google+ making it  the fastest growing social

Circles – Google’s Big Idea (and Mine too)!

googleplusGoogle's Big Idea: Google  launched their brand new Social Network  Google+ a couple of  weeks back.  I was lucky enough to get an early invite on the very first day it launched. I immediately  signed in with my Google (gmail) account.   As

Computer Languages: In Search Of The Perfect Rapid Application Development (RAD) Language/ Tool

800px-Programming_language_textbooksI have always been fascinated by computer  languages and programming.  I have also enjoyed learning and programming in a wide spectrum of languages.  One of my first jobs fresh out of graduate school in Computer Science was developing   system le

MindRank: Are You in the Top Ten Results in the Minds of Your Customers?

pagerank-picToday everyone knows that to be found online you have to be in the top ten search results in Google - the venerable first page  -  for any search terms related to your product or service.  Why?  A very small fraction of users go past the first pa

From The Network Computer to Cloud Computing – The Long and Winding Road

Cloud Computing"Everything old is new again", is a popular expression that usually applies to trends and fashion. Surprisingly, it can also be an apt way to describe many current trends in computing. In particular, the emergence of cloud computing, is a classic e

Isn’t is time Twitter changed the question in their tagline ?

I wanted to elaborate on  a couple of tweets I posted earlier about Twitter itself : Isn't is time Twitter changed their tagline "What are you doing? " to something that reflects what most tweets are about ?"  (the original tweet is here ht