I am easily amused, but I was messing around with a boring FlipCam video of some traffic in Bengaluru shot last night (or was it the night before?) and I noticed one can now embed annotations in one’s videos.
I bet I could rent a car and dominate Bangalorean traffic, no one is worse that a Boston driver.
Back from Bangalore, taking Monday off to get some recovery in and perhaps seek a chiropractor to go after the torn serratus muscle in my back that makes me feel like a javelin target every time I sneeze. Tuesday through Friday in Cotuit, then Raleigh next week for meetings and that summer climate I miss so much (John Battelle coming to talk to the marketing teams about conversational marketing).
As soon as I get to the Cape, it’s the work out of the day, a green salad, and maybe a twilight expedition for a bluefish or two. Bengaluru was excellent this trip â€“ very productive meeting with our emerging market teams, the stuff that made the company so cool to begin with, now to make it happen.
David Hill is the #19 Most Influential Person in Mobile Technology
Some linkage to one of my favorite peers at Lenovo, David Hill. This from laptopmag.com.
“In mobile technology, slim and light is a grail thatâ€™s forever receding, because what was last yearâ€™s impossibly trim is todayâ€™s status quo. This year, Lenovo has set the pace. Hill is the chief designer behind the ThinkPad X300, a laptop that pushes the envelope by literally fitting into it, just like Appleâ€™s MacBook Air. A black yin to Appleâ€™s yang, Hillâ€™s creative risk-taking paved the way to a machine that packs more of the punch business users demand (removable battery, optical drive, built-in mobile broadband) into a remarkably compact and lightweight chassis, setting a new target for the competition.”