Shel starts on a new book: Global Neighborhoods

Shel Israel starts out a new book, titled "Global Neighborhoods," by interviewing Ireland's Tom Raftery (he runs an IT conference there, among other things).

Speaking of Global Neighborhoods, Lenn Pryor (my former boss, who now works at Ebay) and I are trying to put together a SkypeCast for the next week or two.

He's in London. I'm in San Francisco, flying back tonight to Seattle.

Last week I met an employee who lives in India. He reads my blog and told me all about what he sees as Microsoft's problems from his perspective.

Has our technology changed how we relate to each other? Damn straight it has. Can't wait to see what Shel learns in this next project.

62 thoughts on “Shel starts on a new book: Global Neighborhoods

  1. The Technology today is really changing too fast. People get to be more innovative. Skype is one good too i used indeed. It saves me time and money.

  2. The Technology today is really changing too fast. People get to be more innovative. Skype is one good too i used indeed. It saves me time and money.

  3. Skype is perfect for many things just bad when it lags or is full of echoes. I preferred to use it 4-5 years ago but not anymore :-(

  4. You’d better believe it my friend. Technology has changed a lot since its beginning. Technology is growing like wild fire. GoToMyPC, Skype, Video conferencing and many more are changing the way we do business.

  5. You’d better believe it my friend. Technology has changed a lot since its beginning. Technology is growing like wild fire. GoToMyPC, Skype, Video conferencing and many more are changing the way we do business.

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