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Editor in Chief of @TechRepublic at @CBSi. Passionate about global innovation and in-depth journalism. Co-author of Follow the Geeks: t.co/F1n5I0nbgu

10 geek sins that will get your geek card revoked

techrepublic.com — TechRepublic has previously talked about some of the things you can do to increase your geek cred. Naturally, there are also some things that can hurt your geek cred. In fact, we've put together a list of 10 of the worst transgressions for any geek.

Announcing a serial book for the digital age

followthegeeksbook.com — So, today we're announcing Follow the Geeks, a book about 10 innovators harnessing the power of the digital age to create new kinds of careers. The future of work will be more entrepreneurial, and the people we're writing about have experimented, struggled, and hustled to figure it out.

iPhone 6: Coming from behind to unleash the next killer feature in mobile

zdnet.com — Summary: While Apple is playing catch-up with a lot of the stuff that's in the iPhone 6, there is, of course, one feature that's finally driving a long-needed innovation in the US mobile market. "If you have an iPhone 6 then you can pay with your phone."

With Sprout, HP bets on remaking the PC as a 3D maker tool

zdnet.com — Summary: Hewlett Packard wants to infuse life into PCs with a new kind of machine that uses a built-in projector for surface-enabled touch and 3D scanning. Will makers and creatives get on board? One of the biggest problems with today's 3D printer market is that you practically have to be a CAD engineer to make something useful.

Why I bought a $10 band instead of waiting for the Apple Watch

zdnet.com — Summary: A big part of why most people wear watches is fashion and most smartwatches have been a fashion letdown. The Apple Watch is only a slight improvement. Here's why I'm still not sold. I wore my first smartwatch in 2005. It was a Suunto n3 based on Microsoft's Smart Personal Objects Technology (SPOT).

IT Budgeting 2015: Planning the Next Stage

zdnet.com — As technology decision makers look ahead to budget planning for 2015 and where to focus their IT resources to make the biggest impact in the year ahead, we've got perspectives and research to help inform those decisions.

TechRepublic shares the latest on innovation from IdeaFestival 2014

techrepublic.com — Bringing smart, curious people together to discuss the future of the planet never fails to spark new conversations and useful clashes of interesting ideas. The IdeaFestival event has been successfully for over a decade, and TechRepublic will be reporting on some of the most interesting conversations from IdeaFestival 2014, with a special eye on innovation and the part technology will play.

IT as profit center versus cost center: State of the argument

zdnet.com — Summary: One of the arguments that has defined the corporate perception of the IT department over the past decade is viewing it as a cost center versus a profit center. Here's where the argument stands today.

The future of tech jobs: 5 themes to watch

zdnet.com — Summary: Whether you're trying to keep your tech career on the fast track or keep your department filled with IT overachievers, keep an eye on these five undercurrents in IT jobs. When you look deeply at the future of tech jobs in the way ZDNet and TechRepublic did in our special feature -- "The State of IT Jobs: Winners and Losers" -- a number of key themes emerge.

Exclusive dinner discussion on the future of innovation

techrepublic.com — If you are a business or technology leader and you're interested in joining in TechRepublic's discussion on the future of innovation, here is where you can request an invite. About Jason Hiner Jason Hiner is the Global Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and Global Long Form Editor of ZDNet.
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Nov 21, 2014

The Alan Turing movie: Why you should watch, and why you should pass tek.io/1Hw3nV7 from @NickJHeath @TechRepublic

Nov 21, 2014

Look what I found from 2010... "10 geek sins that will get your geek card revoked" tek.io/1uNOisV pic.twitter.com/Y4SLxnLYXM

Nov 20, 2014

RT @followthegeeks: Excited to see more people talking about #serial publishing: @SmithsonianMag's history of serialized nonfiction bit.ly/1vtXaFq

Nov 20, 2014

Defy Ventures looks to turn former criminals into successful entrepreneurs tek.io/1qAyt94 by @ConnerForrest @TechRepublic

Nov 20, 2014

Is the web dying? No, the browser's best days are still to come tek.io/1qAaVB8 by @NickJHeath @TechRepublic

Nov 20, 2014

Yes. This. Well done. RT @jaygarmon: There, I fixed it: Now Barbie IS a computer scientist bit.ly/1F73KmQ

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