How far will you go down the education path?

Jan. 22, 2008
IT, MBAs and ideals
IT World Canada
Shane Schick highlights some points brought up in Rakesh Khurana, a Harvard Business School professor’s book, titled “From Higher Aims to Hired Hands.”

“Khurana’s book taps into a growing discontent over the quality of most MBA programs. Rather than giving them the tools to cope with change in the enterprise, MBA programs are now more commonly marketed as a sort of get-rich-quick scheme for hedge fund managers and consultants.”

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MacBook Air – Will all the cool evaporate when someone asks you to read/rip/burn a disc?
ZD Net
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes comments on the soon-to-be-released MacBook Air by Apple and its missing optical disc drive.

“The lack of an optical drive is a brave move of Apple’s part (a move that other notebook manufacturers are likely to copy over the coming months), but that this could be the feature that’s either the deal-maker or deal-breaker.”

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Rock Band drumming up new revenue for the music industry
Rock Band is generating demand and is helping the music industry soar, writes Dennis Yang.

“In the eight weeks since the game has been on sale, 2.5 million songs have been downloaded. Indeed, this is a welcome new revenue stream for the music industry, and yet another example of how embracing technology can open up new markets.”

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