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For those of us born after 1965 it's hard to believe, but Americans once viewed Japanese cars much like they do today's products with a “made in China” label: cheap, low-quality, possibly dangerous, and likely a knockoff of a better product.
0 comments Posted 8 Oct 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to meet Molly Dix and Jeff Cope, who run the Open Innovation Advisory Services group at RTI. For those not familiar with RTI, it is one of the world's preeminent research institutes, founded by a group of scientists in 1958 and now employing almost 3000 people... Read more
4 comments Posted 6 Oct 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
My friend and former colleague Chris Grams recently wrote a great article on the topic of extending the TED brand by allowing anyone to organize their own TED conference under “TEDx” branding. Chris posits that trademark law may be standing in the way of successful branding in today's business... Read more
2 comments Posted 5 Oct 2010 by Pam Chestek Feed
Well, it seems that Google Wave isn't quite dead yet after all. Turns out, they're open sourcing a bit more of the project and asking for collaboration. (Ok, someone to take over.) I can't be the only geek who immediately thought of Monty Python and the Holy Grail upon reading the announcement.
5 comments Posted 4 Oct 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
I believe that, over time, Jaspersoft’s distinction will be less about it being an open source software company and more about its abilities as a great business intelligence software company. I expect declining distinction for our open source-ness will partly occur because the success of open... Read more
1 comment Posted 30 Sep 2010 by Brian Gentile Feed
There's a great new blog post up this week on the Harvard Business Review blog site by Bill Taylor, founder of Fast Company magazine and author of the book Mavericks at Work, entitled Brand is Culture, Culture is Brand. As I read the post, I couldn't help but smile, as the primary point of... Read more
3 comments Posted 30 Sep 2010 by DeLisa Alexander (Red Hat) Feed
A big part of my day job is to help organizations with their brand positioning and strategy (I also write about brand strategy quite a bit over here). So when I read the article in the New York Times this past Sunday about TEDx, the relatively new (and incredibly popular) offshoot of the... Read more
15 comments Posted 29 Sep 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
This is the fourth in a series exploring the things I have learned from the open source way during my journey with Red Hat. Think about some of the gifts you’ve received in the past year. Some of those gifts probably were wrapped beautifully and brought you great joy and surprise. Other gifts... Read more
2 comments Posted 28 Sep 2010 by DeLisa Alexander (Red Hat) Feed
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6 comments Posted 27 Sep 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
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6 comments Posted 27 Sep 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed

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