Sean Carton

I Love Your New Web 2.0 App … Now Fix It!

While the exact definition of what puts a new site into the "Web 2.0" category is still a bit fuzzy (all of Tim OReillys attempts to define it aside),...

Is It Too Late to Save Net Neutrality?

Yeah, I was more than a little peeved when I wrote about the telephone companies plans to charge higher rates for "preferred" traffic on the Net back at the...

The Revolution Will be Advertised

Are Web services going to be the Next Big Thing? Is the future going to be ad-supported?Apparently Bill Gates thinks so. In an Oct. 30 memo recently leaked to...

Wikipedia Tests Limits of User-Generated Content

Not surprisingly, I managed to kick up a bit of a tempest in the blogosphere last week when I wrote that Weblogs (and Podcasting and video and RSS and...

Beware the Fads of the Future

Last week I took a look back at the cringe-worthy Web design fadsof the past in an effort to offer some cautionary perspective for those thinking about jumping on...

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Oracle SVP Nipun Agarwal on MySQL HeatWave

I spoke with Nipun Agarwal, SVP of Research & Advanced Development at Oracle, about the advances in MySQL HeatWave, and his forecasts the future...

AI vs. Algorithms

Algorithms: they have become something of a “can’t live with them, can’t live without them,” aspect of modern life. They impinge on our daily...

Deloitte’s David Linthicum on Supercloud

I spoke with David Linthicum, Chief Cloud Strategy Officer at Deloitte Consulting, about supercloud technology, and how companies can navigate the cloud skills gap. Among...

eWEEK TweetChat, October 18: Optimizing Your Data Analytics Practice

On Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 11 AM PT, @eWEEKNews will host its monthly #eWEEKChat. The topic will be Optimizing Your Data Analytics Practice, and...

Remote IT Monitoring Product Review: RF Code Sentry

Earlier this year, I interviewed Jonathan Guy, VP of Engineering for RF Code regarding its new Sentry product, which promises to make management of...