Ratings – part 2

– I blogged earlier about the ratings system. Here is your chance to decide on the look and feel of the site. Which style do you prefer: Currently the bars are enabled – I’ll turn on the stars tomorrow to show the difference. Just leave your comments below. Written at: Draper, UT

– We added the ability to rate each and every post. The idea is to let you give some feedback on the quality of the blog article – rather than ‘I agree’ or ‘I disagree’. Written at: Draper, UT Under each post title you will see a ratings bar – with some information on the […]

World Cup 2006 – part 4

I wrote a short time ago that I watched the first England match in the World Cup in Chinese, in a hotel room in Ottawa. Last night I watched the highlights of England beating Equador in my hotel room in Tel Aviv. In Hebrew. It’s not quite the same.

Tracking visits

I saw on Chris Neals blog a cool feature from Clustrmaps – almost real time statistics for visitors and location. I’m getting the same data from Google Analytics – formerly Urchin – it’s working really well. I just need to work on a way to get the data exposed to the wider world:

Tel Aviv

I’m in Tel Aviv, Israel for customer visits with Novell Israel. Don’t be fooled by this picture of the city from my hotel – it really is all concrete from this view. I went for dinner tonight with Vered and Amit from the local team in the older part of the city – known as […]

Starbucks Fair Trade Campaign

An interesting campaign from the Organic Consumers Association to pursuade Starbucks to stop using ‘crappy hormone filled milk’. The time has come to kick rBGH off the market, once and for all. If Starbucks, a major buyer of milk, were to reject rBGH dairy products, we could effectively eliminate it from the market. Similarly, while […]

Frankfurt – during the World Cup

The joke has always been that Manchester United fans are never from Manchester. Here’s my proof. This is Kim from South Korea. He loves Manchester United. Also – look at the police car with the ‘not authorised flags’ on top. Surely they are the €5 from the Aral petrol station..

Cell phone pain

Cingular have managed to turn my US cell phone into a brick while outside the US. I can dial my voice mail – and that’s it. Same phone just a few weeks ago was working perfectly – I was in Germany and I could dial globally. Now I just get ‘calls barred’ and a nice […]

An interesting day

– It has been an interesting day for everyone at Novell. I’ll point you all to Novell’s press release – and to John Dragoon’s CMO blog. Personally I am really excited to see Ron Hovsepian take the reigns. Written at: Denver International Airport, Denver, CO