Nope, this isn't a post about them installing Linux on some PC's :) Brad Tipp tipped me off to a post on Gizmodo about Dell removing all the trialware that has plagued PC's for years. You don't seem to get this stuff on Apple machines so nice to finally see someone listening to their customers and offering a "clean" machine.
I think this would make a great add-on service for folks like Geek Squad during their home or remote visits to PC's. Off to suggest it to them...
If I worked on the Office team, I'd buy a bunch (a LARGE bunch), put some subtle branding on them and drop from helicopters. Hint hint Darren :)
thanks to Core77
The date is set but details are thin at the moment - well, not that thin, it's just that I can't tell you much yet. The website is up though so you can go register your interest and we'll announce the details shortly. Needless to say, I will be there sporting some Blue Monster stuff though it may be Green Monster for the 2 days as that's our theme for this event.
The guys from Startups Live have posted a video of my talk in Bristol a few weeks back. Never realised how much Blair style hand waving I did until now...fortunately you can speed me up using the video controls :)
I'm a bit late with this one but James Senior pinged it to me earlier this week given I cover Apple/Jobs a fair bit here and I couldn't help but republish. Check out the RDF if you're unfamiliar with it.