Barry WelfordDateline: bwelford
First Published: Oct 07, 2011 / Last Published: Nov 15, 2011
Barry Welford is an Internet Marketing Coach and frequent author based in Langley BC, Canada. His interests are many and varied but include thinking and creativity, the explosive growth of cloud computing and the intriguing evolution of the mobile web and the disconnect with the majority of cybernauts who grew up with PCs or Macs. He enjoys outdoor pursuits and is fascinated by the contrast between human and equine brains.
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November 15, 2011
Does Google Have A Skunk Works?
Google has a secret product lab, Google X, with a list of 100 shoot-for-the-stars projects.
November 14, 2011
Warren Buffett's Company Invests in IBM
Warren Buffett's company is now investing in IBM with over 5% of the shares, which is a rare hi-tech investment for themin Business
November 7, 2011
4 New Reasons Why Siri Really is a Google Mobile Killer
Forbes is in two minds on whether Siri, the iPhone voice technology, is a Google killer but it certainly is the leader.
October 31, 2011
Is an iPhone Still a Phone with Siri?
The iPhone with Siri offers an improved user experience when searching which Google and Microsoft cannot match as yet.
October 24, 2011
Will Google Et Al. Buy Yahoo!
Google may be putting together a group to purchase Yahoo, but co-founder Yang may have other ideas and buy it himself.in Advertising
October 15, 2011
Google Plus - Good News Or Bad News
Google Plus is attracting followers fast but they may not be staying. How to keep them is open to question.
October 12, 2011
Google Engineer on Google Plus: "We Should Wise Up"
A mistaken public rant by a Google engineer about Google Plus is a needed call for action.
October 10, 2011
Microsoft Smartphones Really Should Sell Better
Windows Phone has great features but is beaten in the marketplace by the buzz for iPhone and Android smartphones.
October 7, 2011
Microsoft, Please Leave Yahoo! to Alibaba
Yahoo is on the auction blog but Alibaba would be a better suitor than Microsoftin Business