CIO Symmetry:

May, 2008


May 13, 2008  5:26 PM

New Firefox browser nearing release



Posted by: Roger Crawford
Best Practices, CIO, Firefox, Midmarket CIO, Mozilla, new products, Strategy for CIOs, Web surfing

May 12, 2008  3:15 PM

Facebook CTO changes employment status on Facebook profile



Posted by: The Weave
CIO, Midmarket CIO, Web 2.0

Facebook’s CTO is out the door. And, soon-to-come IPO goldmine aside, who could blame him? The news broke last night, courtesy of blogs BoomTown and

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May 12, 2008  3:10 PM

MSM Monday Roundup



Posted by: The Weave
CIO, Midmarket CIO, MSM, Weekly Wrap-Up

Commencements are under way. No hotel rooms in Boston. No bother, all we can think about is technology news: 

Programmer’s Guild psyched to teach American lawyers about the...


May 9, 2008  12:36 PM

Weekly Wrap-Up



Posted by: The Weave
CIO, Midmarket CIO, Weekly Wrap-Up

What we did this week: Offered to buy Business ByDesign if SAP pays us. Tried to figure out why we should buy Business ByDesign if it just became...


May 7, 2008  6:53 PM

Will a Chief Blogging Officer get a Golden Parachute?



Posted by: Roger Crawford
Blogs, Chief Blogging Officer, CIO, Midmarket CIO, Web 2.0


May 6, 2008  4:42 PM

CIO blogs lift us up where we belong…



Posted by: Roger Crawford
Best Practices, Blogs, CIO, Midmarket CIO, Web 2.0


May 5, 2008  1:01 PM

MSM Monday RoundUp



Posted by: The Weave
CIO, Midmarket CIO, Weekly Wrap-Up

So this is the mainstream media Monday roundup. And Fridays, that’s when we post the weekly wrapup. See what I did there? Shipping out from Boston: All this year he looks at it! Finally he should


May 2, 2008  12:23 PM

Weekly Wrap-Up



Posted by: The Weave
CIO, Midmarket CIO, Weekly Wrap-Up

What we did this week: Dug in on mobile computing and pretty much freaked out that iPhone might go


May 1, 2008  5:31 PM

Please don’t be like Buzz



Posted by: The Weave
CIO, Media, Midmarket CIO

H.G. “Buzz” Bissinger, Pulitzer Prize winner and sports scribe for the ages, has become irrelevant. And insane. The author of the phenomenal Friday Night Lights, an outstanding book about life and football in a Texas oil town, pretty much lost his mind on HBO's CostasNow the other...


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