Author Archives: Braden Kelley

Business Innovation Factory (BIF-4) – Day One

Day One at Business Innovation Factory (BIF-4) was quite interesting. The storytelling format was interesting and a bit of a departure from the canned Microsoft PowerPoint routine. I will have to post my detailed thoughts tomorrow as I had to do a bit of work for my large software company and marketing agency clients before I could start blogging tonight. ...

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Blogging from Business Innovation Factory

This week I will be attending the Business Innovation Factory (BIF-4) conference in Providence, Rhode Island. The focus of the conference is of course innovation, but seeking to bring it to life with storytelling. I will do my best to bring you highlights from some of the most interesting stories and the most intriguing insights. If you happen to also ...

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Blogging Innovation Now Part of Innovation Community

We’d like to announce that Blogging Innovation is now part of the exclusive Innovation Community, where you’ll find feeds and videos from today’s top innovation luminaries. Members can contribute to the discussion forum, upload their favorite innovation videos, suggest books for the community book shelf, or start a chat with other online members. Join the community now!

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Follow Blogging Innovation on Twitter

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Raising Expectations – A Hotel Innovation

People used to take it for granted that when it came to airlines and hotels that you bought an anonymous seat or room, and you bought site unseen. Then the traditional airlines came along and introduced seat picking applications that allowed you to pick exactly the seat you wanted or see how full a flight was (helpful if you’re on ...

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GM Followup – The Clouds Darken

As discussed in my previous post, GM is betting a lot on the Chevy Volt as a potential savior for the company. GM plans to deliver the Chevy Volt in November 2010. However, yesterday, I came across two articles in the Seattle Times that cast additional doubt on whether the Chevy Volt will be the savior that GM thinks it ...

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Magazine Time Shares

I came across an interesting online/offline service called MagHound yesterday that probably falls into the category of useful but not valuable. Translation – While it may be a good idea, it is likely to fail to make money. Why do I think it will fail? Here are ten reasons: Do enough people really want to try lots of different magazines ...

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Floating Storage

I came across an interesting article highlighting that the global power consumption of the data centers comprising the Internet consumed 1 percent of the world’s electricity in 2005. The growth in broadband and multimedia usage would put the 2008 number closer to 2-3% of the total by my estimation. According to McKinsey, the carbon footprint of the Internet will be ...

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Less is More

I came across an InfoWorld article the other day that warmed my heart. For far too long, especially on the PC, software developers have been building applications with a feature arms race mentality. Because of rapidly expanding memory and hard disk space on customers’ machines, developers have not had to write tight code in the same way they had to ...

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