Posted by: The Weave
CIO, Midmarket CIO, Weekly Wrap-Up
Man, that was a hot and humid one out here. The best thing about Monday is TechTarget foots the air conditioning bill. Here’s what’s been going on, though:
The New York Times reported that quarterly earnings from Google and Microsoft “disappoint.”
Intel, on the other hand, knows how to keep stock traders happy.
Every wronged IT worker’s new hero – Terry Childs – pleaded not guilty to charges that he locked the city of San Francisco out of its own network. As far as I can tell, the city still hasn’t gained back administrative privileges.
All of the papers went to E3 in Los Angeles and gushed over Guitar Hero and Rock Band, two games that are broadening the appeal of video games outside the young male demographic. The big news this week? A massive list of tunes licensed for the next Guitar Hero and Rock Band releases. Honestly, if I can pretend to be Paul Westerberg while jamming on “Alex Chilton,” I might even buy this thing. The sweet video is below:
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