Posts Tagged: innovation

Kudos Symantec

I’d be remiss if I didn’t give props to Symantec today. It seems that Google, Sun, and many of Microsoft’s other so-called competitors could learn a thing or two from the security firm. Instead of whining to the government, Symantec plans to innovate and compete with Microsoft: John Thompson vowed that it would put more… Reads more »

A Theory On Technological Innovation

I’m currently taking an Economics course (ECON 222) at the University of Alberta entitled “Economic Growth, Technology, and Institutions.” I find it very interesting, which is hardly surprising given my liberal use of technology and the number of economics courses I have taken as part of my Computing Science degree. As a result, I like… Reads more »