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Interview with Microsoft President Stephen Elop

Interview with Microsoft President Stephen Elop

Knowledge@Wharton today published my interview with Microsoft Business Division president Stephen Elop. The discussion covered a wide range of topics, including Microsoft's vision for "software plus services," the importance of user experience, balancing antitrust concerns with product interoperability, and how the company is responding to the current economic conditions. Before we spoke, Elop presented the … Continue reading Interview with Microsoft President Stephen Elop

I Helped to Inspire Felicia Day

Among the many people who bookmarked my Knowledge@Wharton interview with Joss Whedon on Delicious, one of the first (number 4, in fact) was Felicia Day, the lead actress in Whedon's Internet sensation "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog." Of course, as her bookmark list reveals, Ms. Day uses Delicious to bookmark most articles pertaining to "Dr. Horrible." … Continue reading I Helped to Inspire Felicia Day

Interview with Microsoft Chief Research and Strategy Officer Craig Mundie

Interview with Microsoft Chief Research and Strategy Officer Craig Mundie

Knowledge@Wharton today published an interview I conducted with Microsoft chief research and strategy officer Craig Mundie. Our conversation covered a wide range of topics, including the future of operating systems, why Microsoft is struggling to catch Google in Web search, and how technological disruptions may work to Microsoft's advantage. Mundie also describes the benefits of … Continue reading Interview with Microsoft Chief Research and Strategy Officer Craig Mundie

Interview with Adobe Co-Founder and Co-Chairman Chuck Geschke

Interview with Adobe Co-Founder and Co-Chairman Chuck Geschke

Knowledge@Wharton today published an interview I did with Adobe Systems co-founder and co-chairman Charles M. ("Chuck") Geschke, whom I met over lunch near his home in Los Gatos, CA. While it's impossible to compress 26-years of leadership into a single conversation, the discussion covered a wide range of topics encompassing much of the history of … Continue reading Interview with Adobe Co-Founder and Co-Chairman Chuck Geschke

Olympics Coverage Rediscovers Garrett Brown’s Innovations

Olympics Coverage Rediscovers Garrett Brown’s Innovations

In addition to all the hoopla surrounding Microsoft's Silverlight video on NBCOlympics.com, the enthusiasm over the aquatic competitions seems to have generated a renewed interest in the camera technology used to track swimmers, divers, and other Olympians as they compete. The Wall Street Journal this week published "Now Diving: Sir Isaac Newton" about the DiveCam … Continue reading Olympics Coverage Rediscovers Garrett Brown’s Innovations