Music, ants and contracts seem worlds apart. However. recently I listened to an NPR ted talk where Professor Deborah Gordon (http://web.stanford.edu/~dmgordon/), a Stanford University professor, talks about how music and ants are related. You can listen to this NPR podcast here: http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=3&islist=true&id=57&d=04-24-2015 .
'No one ever gets fired for buying IBM’ is a well-known phrase. This brilliant branding tactic suggested that choosing the larger, more established option, was the right decision for a corporation, not because of any intrinsic quality but because it's was the industry standard. However, is this really the truth today?
How to manage contracts that are important for a large scale event or function
When I hear the word hacking, I imagine someone chopping or hoeing into something roughly. Or, I think about a software nerd breaking through internet firewalls to steal data or implant a virus (not the human kind, but potentially even more devastating).
Wired, Tired and Expired methods of signing in the digital world