1830 on Friday, and I haven't even cracked a beer yet. Perhaps that would be a good place to start, and go a little on the light side as we're going into tax weekend. What with the extended voting deadline, I guess I can slack off a bit. So, for this second-to-last installment of the voiting slate, I'll revert back to the Common Geek. So far I've talked about:
I think it's an "innovative" idea to allow the nonprofit technology community to vote on the Netsquared Technology Innovation Awards, as a lead up to this year's Netsquared Conference which takes place in May. I'm seeing a trend in announcing one's votes, so in that spirit here are my 10 picks (in alphabetical order):
What a amazing list of ideas and projects! The more I read this, the more I feel - so much more to be done. Can't resist quoting a line from a Bengali poet, Rabindranath Tagore (who was also a Noble Laureate back in 1913) - "The root of wealth or poverty lies in the ends we have in mind, not in the means to those ends. If the hand is ready then finding the instrument of action should not be difficult". Are we looking for those instruments of action?