&484/ Time to Look Back: Top 10 Posts 2008

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It's the time of the year to look back: One more year of & the Red Fez postings. Most read in 2008, sorted by unique pageviews in reverse order.

#10. The MBA for the Rest of Us: Marketing Strategy Process

An excerpt from Steven Silbiger's Ten-Day MBA.

#9. Essential Reading: Nick Carr

A hundred years ago, companies stopped generating their own power with steam engines and dynamos and plugged into the newly built electric grid. Today, a similar revolution is under way: The Cloud. Make the Big Switch!

#8. Hands-on: Why Would I Need a Digital Picture Frame? Use a Wii and a Flat Panel TV Instead

Experiments with a Christmas 2006 gift: The Nintendo Wii as a picture frame.

#7. &94.a/ The State of RSS & Podcasts: How the World's Top Consulting Firms are Using Web 2.0

How authentic are the top 10 management and technology consulting firms when it comes to Web 2.0?

#6. R.I.P. DRM?

Another nail in the coffin of digital rights management.

#5. Essential Reading: Fons Trompenaars

The seven cultural dimensions. Academia? Not merely. Entertaining reads as well!

#4. IT for the CEO in a Nutshell: Web 2.0

Linking and summarizing Tim O'Reilly's article from 2005.

#3. Blink: On Earth's Surface

An amazing picture from an amazing construction site. The world's tallest building: Burj Dubai.

#2. Around the World: Tata Nano. A Cultural Production Revolution?

Explaining a new car from India with cultural dimensions? An essay.

#1. IT for the CEO in a Nutshell: Why is it Windows 7 - not Windows 10?

A simple question bugged me. Why is it Windows 7? Windows is still in it's infancy years whereas Mac OS has entered the teenage period quite some time ago. Mary Jo Foley pointed me to Slashdot for an answer.

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