You missed Chirp… Don’t miss what it was about.

Great recap post from @AdeleMcAlear about #Chirp – perfect executive summary for your busy CEO – Chirp, the first official Twitter developers conference, was held today in San Francisco. It was clear that the powers-that-be at Twitter were saving up quite a bit of information to lay on their “ecosystem” of third-party application developers,Continue reading “You missed Chirp… Don’t miss what it was about.”

CloudCamp Montreal – June 4, 2010

So many camps! CloudCamp Montreal – June 4, 2010 — /via @NicolasRoberge CloudCamp is an unconference where attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the current state of cloud computing and related technologies. As an informal, member-supported gathering, we rely entirely on volunteers to help with meetingContinue reading “CloudCamp Montreal – June 4, 2010”

There should be a Montreal specific badge for Poutine methinks…

There should be a Montreal specific badge for Poutine on Foursquare methinks… (posted from @ La Banquise) – badges API calls is what we really want, you know, to grow Foursquare as a game platform, it would open worlds of possibility (and realize the potential I tought Akoha would have, maybe they will get thereContinue reading “There should be a Montreal specific badge for Poutine methinks…”

If you know your stuff, trust your guts!

“Take the well-known example of the Toyota Prius. This hybrid car was not the result of user-centered innovation”… Toyota started to design the Prius in 1994, when user-centered analysis and market data were pulling auto manufacturers in a different direction: toward heavy, gas-guzzling SUVs. The Prius was a proposal — a vision that came fromContinue reading “If you know your stuff, trust your guts!”