Esther Dyson's world view Video
Esther Dyson, newly appointed CNET editor-at-large, gives ZDNet's Dan Farber her views on the politically hot topic offshore outsourcing, technology adoption in small businesses, Google's controversial new Gmail service and the impact of social networking.
CNET's Release 1.0 editor in chief Esther Dyson sits down with ZDNet editor in chief Dan Farber to discuss the upcoming PC Forum conference which takes place on March 12-14, 2006 in Carlsbad, California. The theme of the conference is the rise of the user class, with vendors becoming more responsive to users' demands.
CNET Editor-at-Large Esther Dyson talks with ZDNet Editor-in-Chief Dan Farber about "meta-mail," her term for the extension of e-mail into a broader set of tools that can manage processes and the user's attention, instead of just information and content. The user remains in a familiar workspace environment, but has the use of the equivalent of "a spreadsheet for process rather than a spreadsheet for numbers." She highlights examples of products on the path to meta-mail, including one from IBM, coming to market soon.
At the Email Authentication Implementation Summit in New York City, business technology analyst Esther Dyson explains why companies need to work together to make e-mail sender authentication technology a key component of blocking spam and phishing attacks.
At the When 2.0 workshop, Release 1.0 Editor Esther Dyson talks to EVDB CEO Brian Dear, Upcoming.org founder Andy Baio and Meetup.com CEO Scott Heiferman about discovering and sharing community events online. The event, hosted by Release 1.0, took place at Stanford University.
At the When 2.0 workshop, Release 1.0 Editor Esther Dyson talks to Microsoft CTO Ray Ozzie; Raymie Stata, Yahoo's Chief Architect of Search and Marketplace; and Open Source Applications Foundation President Mitchell Kapor about developing software that can help people manage their time. The event was hosted by Release 1.0 and took place at Stanford University.
At PC Forum in Scottsdale, Ariz., Mozilla President Mitchell Baker and SpikeSource CEO Kim Polese talk to technology trend-watcher Esther Dyson about how open source projects are managed.
At PC Forum in Scottsdale, Ariz., scientist John Seely Brown and business strategist John Hagel talk to technology visionary Esther Dyson about "productive friction" and how it can harnessed to create value in IT.
In an exclusive Face to Face interview, Computer Associates International interim CEO Ken Cron talks to ZDNet's Dan Farber about his company growth plans. He also explains why CA is expanding its global sourcing and reveals whether he'd want the top job permanently.\r\n\r\n