Issue 14

Dan Ling: Researching Tomorrow’s Technology at Microsoft

“The software that sparked the PC revolution… all grew out of trying to make people’s lives more productive and to eliminate drudgery. It was very democratizing in that it aimed to give individuals control of their own environment and their own machines, to set up and install new applications when they wanted them. Individuals could now do what they wanted.” -Dan Ling

Benchmark Ethics: Collaboration, Integration, and the Alternatives

Two of the core values of our Institute for Business, Technology, and Ethics are integration and collaboration. Integration refers to our will to weave together good business, advanced technology, and sound ethics. We see too much dis-integration today — people and companies fragmenting and falling apart. We see imbalanced and unhealthy situations where the technology …

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InReview – Issue 14

Information Rules: A Strategic Guide to the Network Economy
by Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian
Making the Cisco Connection: The Story Behind the Real Internet Superpower
by David Bunnell with Adam Brate
The New New Thing: A Silicon Valley Story
by Michael Lewis
Culture.com: Building Corporate Culture in the Connected Workplace
by Peg Neuhauser, Ray Bender, and Kirk Stromberg