Few will forget where they were, or what they were doing, 17 years ago today. As I was driving to work this morning I reflected on that morning and the years that have passed since.
A growing set of disparate systems is bound to develop organically within any large company. These are needed to support sales, marketing, finance and operations.
The broadcast radio industry has not changed much over the last 30 years or so: it is generally powered behind the scenes by humans who do lots of repetitive work to produce a continuous analog broadcast stations.
Last week Facebook lost twenty percent of its market value – $100 billion, over concerns of the cost of privacy regulations and financial consequences. This was the largest sell-off of a single publicly owned company