Manifestos tagged with Technology


The Tyranny of Email
Dec. 14, 2004 - By: Ole Eichhorn
Overwhelmed by email? Tired of non-sensical barely-English missives from coworkers? Wondering how an entire day can go by without any work getting done at all? OLE EICHHORN has a few simple suggestions. ...
The Answer is Biodiesel
Nov. 30, 2004 - By: Michael Briggs
Trade in your Prius and buy a VW! What's better than hybrids and better than fuel cells? According to UNH researcher Michael Briggs, the answer is Biodiesel. Read his manifesto to find out why biodiesel is cheaper and more environmentally-friendly to produce, ready for large-scale production, and usable in existing automobiles. The results may surprise you. ...
Beyond Therapy: Biotechnology and the Pursuit of Happiness
Nov. 30, 2004 - By: The President's Council on Bioethics
Look younger, perform better, feel happier, and become more “perfect." Biotechnology promises to make all of these possible, but what kind of society do we find ourselves in when these modifications are an everyday reality? This ground-breaking report, the first of its kind in public bioethics, examines ...
Abolish the FCC
Nov. 16, 2004 - By: Robert Garmong
"The very existence of the FCC is a flagrant violation of the right to free speech.". After the infamous "wardrobe malfunction" at the Superbowl, Robert Garamong says, things have gone from bad to worse. Before we give the FCC even more power to censor the airwaves, we ought consider whether the government should have such authority at all! ...
Strategy Letter 1: Ben and Jerry's vs. Amazon
Nov. 16, 2004 - By: Joel Spolsky
Starting a new company? Joel Spolsky, founder of Fog Creek Software and creator of "Joel on Software," says there's one important decision that you absolutely must make before you begin. It goes to the core of the difference between Ben and Jerry's and Amazon.com, and he explains it all in this manifesto. ...
One-Minute Site
Nov. 2, 2004 - By: Oliva & Toscani
Spend one minute. Improve your website dramatically. What's not to like? ...
Software That Lasts 200 Years
Oct. 19, 2004 - By: Daniel Bricklin
He invented the spreadsheet. Now Dan Bricklin, creator of VisiCalc, explains why the modern software development establishment needs to change everything. Taking a hard look at the needs of a modern society dependent on software, he shows us why the way we create software today is not only antiquated--it's dangerous and expensive. ...
Digital Rights Management
Sept. 21, 2004 - By: Cory Doctorow
"DRM punishes honest people!" ... "Without DRM, people will steal and artists won't get paid!" ... Usage of Digital Rights Management (DRM) has been hotly debated since a college student threatened to put an entire industry out of business with a little application he built in his spare time, Napster. In this transcript of a speech he gave at Microsoft's ...
The Corporate Weblog Manifesto
Aug. 24, 2004 - By: Robert Scoble
Before you post to the company blog again, read this manifesto. To blog guru Robert Scoble, business bloggers should have a few things in common. Among them, they should steer clear of PR-cleansed jargon, they should have a thick skin, and they should avoid writing during times of emotional turmoil. Scoble, a Microsoft strategist, knows his stuff--he's one ...
How To Be a Boor
Aug. 13, 2004 - By: Elly Markson
Have you ever received an email in ALL CAPS? End the madness here, with Elly's brief but powerful guide to email etiquette. Markson's manifesto is something you'll surely want to send along to friends who struggle with everyday email writing. As this issue's special "plus one" release, Elly's piece is brief enough for even the smallest attention span. ...



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