13 Hours Until the Jesus Tablet

Published on January 26th, 2010 8 Comments

Tomorrow is going to be a challenge trying to figure out who’s getting my attention.  At noon Larry is going to be revealing the strategy for the Sun acquisition here, and Steve will be releasing his new world saving device the Jesus tablet. I’m sure Larry’s 5 hour presentation tomorrow is going to be riveting, […]

The Race for Your Identity: Twitter vs Facebook

Published on June 13th, 2009 4 Comments

It’s been a while since I blogged over here, the last few months have been intense adding new members to my team in the national security group.  We’ve been working on some really great projects that I’d love to talk about but I’d have to kill you.  There is something new on the horizon that […]

kthxbai, I just deleted 99 of your twitter friends

Published on January 7th, 2009 7 Comments

No really, I just did it.  99 of your closest friends, if you have that many, are gone.  Go ahead and check…I can wait. Well, not really, if you are logged in to your twitter account through your browser right now I could have.  Ajaxian had an interesting article on everyone’s favorite microblogging site today.  […]

Location, location, location. It’s all about location..

Published on October 7th, 2008 14 Comments

While Jake is busy working on his super secret project he’s asked me to fill the rambling spot for him.  Hopefully, I can make this a regular place to spout my technolutionary thoughts. In a previous life I did a lot of work with Oracle’s Location and Spatial products.  There really is nothing like putting […]

20% of My iPhone Apps Are Worthless

Published on October 1st, 2008 22 Comments

Our guest blogger, Matt Topper, is a friend of the Lab, an ex-Oracle Ace, turned Oracle employee who always has something to say. He’s currently running the identity management team for Oracle’s National Security group, playing with Collok in his free time to fix the conference experience. The other day Eddie tweeted that he was […]