When I first got things started with #elsuahackstwitter, the experiment where I decided to unfollow everyone on Twitter and instead move on to using, exclusively, Public Lists, I knew, right from the start, that I’d have a bit of a challenge in terms of not necessarily grouping people together, but what names would I pick … Continue reading Collaborators, Cooperators and People I Learn From
Over the last few days I have been relatively quiet on this blog, more than anything else because I have been doing plenty of thinking, along with drafting a bunch of blog entries, on venturing to re-design and redefine the corporate workplace as we know it seeing the huge impact social computing is causing on … Continue reading The Tribulations of Customer Service with Opera
First, we have the Circular Economy. Then we have the Sharing Economy and, upon my return from my last business trip to Antwerp (For #BLUG) and London (For the Melcrum Digital Summit), here we have got what I call a pretty cool, inspiring, thought-provoking, mind-blogging new initiative that takes the whole concept of sustainability and … Continue reading The Co-Operative Ethical Plan – Good For Everyone
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) Some time ago I created a weblog post where I mentioned how crucial it would be for any web browser to respond rapidly to potential security issues, whether we are talking about Opera or FireFox (Or any other browser). I mentioned as well about how impressed I was about the … Continue reading Ssshhh! Opera Slips Out Security Update
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) I would certainly think so. Way back, from the very beginning, both Podcasting and Screencasting have been two very popular methods of delivering (strong) messages to different audiences on a multitude of different scenarios, products, items, whatever. You name it. And ever since the beginning both methods have been very … Continue reading Can Podcasting and Screencasting Save the Boat for Opera?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) We all know that one of the many punch lines that other browsers, other than Internet Explorer, are currently using to try to get more users to use their browser is the Security features. Both Opera and FireFox have been stating for quite some time that they are far more … Continue reading Is Opera As Secure As People Think?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) … Just when you finish up reading controversial weblog posts like this one: opera moving in the firefox direction you end up bumping into web sites like this one: Firefox Experiments With Keyboard Navigation or this entire weblog: FirefoxOpera – Getting Firefox to emulate Opera…. Doesn’t it make you wonder … Continue reading FireFoxOpera – Who Would Have Thought That …?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) As you may have seen / read already Opera’s CEO, Jon S. von Tetzchner, has just published the first round of Q&A that he has carried out with questions from other Opera users. And, like Opera Watch, Louis or Haavard, I am going to make some comments about the overall … Continue reading “I Use Opera for Everything”
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) I seriously doubt it, I am afraid. And I will explain why. If you go into the following news article:: REVIEW: New Opera Browser Fails at Basics, published a little while ago and which I got my hands on through a good friend of mine, you will see that Anick … Continue reading Is It Really Opera’s Fault?