Steve Jobs Resigns

This is scary.  I would not be concerned if he wasn’t sick, and stick thin.  But… From my perspective…this is a guy who changed the world more than once, more than twice, more than three times.  Simply awesome. He is not afraid to innovate, to try something new, to make it easy, to make it reliable, and then have the foresight to have the backup … Continue reading Steve Jobs Resigns

Cisco Flips the Flip

I ran across this article in the NY Times this morning and found it interesting. Why is it interesting? I’ll tell you why:  In 2007, the Flip camcorder was the latest cutting edge technology.  It sold like hot cakes, and the big players came out with their own versions. 2007 was 4 years ago.  Yikes!  ONLY 4 years ago… Now…the Flip is pretty much obsolete … Continue reading Cisco Flips the Flip

Top Ten TelBitConsulting Blog Posts of All Time

Since this is a technical blog, and we, as techies can nerd out on stats, I thought it might be interesting for you to see the top ten posts on this blog (when it was on wordpress.com only…the year it was off on it’s own is not included). Not including the “Home” page here are the next ten: Comcast HDTV Cable Box Installation 5,731 VidyoDesktop … Continue reading Top Ten TelBitConsulting Blog Posts of All Time

Twitter, Facebook, Blog

Been thinking. Yeah, I know that is dangerous. But, hey, I enjoy it (being dangerous, of course).  😉 Blog About 5 or 6 years ago (I think) I heard about this relatively new way to put your thoughts out for the world to see.  The Blog.  In a previous life, my thoughts ended up in a magazine (DVC Magazine, TeleConference Magazine, New Media Magazine…all now…hmmmm, gone) and … Continue reading Twitter, Facebook, Blog

Video Conferencing in 2011

Technology is moving at light speed, but, culture change takes time. For some technologies the time is almost here for mass adoption.  For example, 2011 may, finally, be the year video conferencing (read on for my theory on why) will reach mass adoption.  Time will tell…. 2010 Technology Change 2010 was an amazing technology year. Technology change in 2010 happened faster than ever, and since … Continue reading Video Conferencing in 2011