Zeit·geist = spirit, essence of a particular time

A collection of food-for-thought posts and articles on technology, business, leadership and management. 

The Tic Tac Toe strategy - #mobileplatforms

  1. Reblogging this post, years later prediction became true, in reference to recent Microsoft acquisition of Nokia.

    The Tic Tac Toe strategy in Technology - #mobileplatforms twitter series http://yfrog.com/nvapkzkj

    Sun, Jun 17 2012 05:01:19
  2. 2000: The Pioneers
  3. efernandez
    The Tic Tac Toe strategy in Technology: year 2000 - #mobileplatforms http://yfrog.com/obgq3luj

    Sun, Jun 17 2012 05:07:29
  4. 2007: the Newcomers
  5. efernandez
    The Tic Tac Toe strategy in Technology: year 2007 - #mobileplatforms http://yfrog.com/esah1txj

    Sun, Jun 17 2012 05:08:31
  6. 2011: the year of the Fruit, Apples & BlackBerries
  7. efernandez
    The Tic Tac Toe strategy in Technology: 2011 the year of the fruit - #mobileplatforms http://yfrog.com/h05himitj

    Sun, Jun 17 2012 05:09:22

Farewell & Flashback

Farewell: interjeccion utilizada para decir adios.



Used to express goodbye.
1. An acknowledgment at parting; a goodbye.
2. The act of departing or taking leave.
Ya he dejado mi querida y nunca bien ponderada España, eso si, he cogido el camino largo, pasando por Hong Kong donde estuve la semana pasada.
Blade Runner era verdad...
No tiene mucho sentido despedirse, no tiene sentido si en el fondo no te vas, pero sirve de excusa magnifica para recordar los buenos momentos.



  1. A scene in a movie, novel, etc., set in a time earlier than the main story.
  2. A sudden and disturbing vivid memory of an event in the past, typically as the result of psychological trauma or taking LSD
(sin lugar a dudas, la definicion numero 2 'disturbing vivid memory ... result of trauma or LSD' es la que mejor explica todo)

The Web needs to multitask

The speed of innovation and change in mobile is astonishing. We can’t take things for granted, nor let legacy frameworks limit the scope of what needs to be done.

Google officially announced they are forking WebKit, the original rendering technology behind Apple’s safari browser, as it limits Chrome’s multiprocess (multitab) functionality.

Effectively, the ultimate objective, the job to be done, is to enable the user to multitask and roam between browser tabs avoiding crashes.

Enabling multitasking is becoming increasingly relevant in different user contexts, it is for Google at application layer (browsing), and, it’s key differentiator at operating system level for BlackBerry, powered by QNX kernel.