Wired | Tired | Expired – Enterprisey Edition

Imitation is the highest form of flattery, no? I have loved Wired’s W/T/E lists from the beginning of my subscription way back when. Here is my installment:

Wired MOA
Tired POA
Expired SOA
Wired Jon Udell at Microsoft
Tired Ray Ozzie at Microsoft
Expired Mini-Microsoft at Microsoft
Wired centralized identity management
Tired DES-encrypted passwords in RDBMSs
Expired persistent cookies with personal data
Wired Swarm-oriented, auction-based in-sourcing in the US
Tired Partnering in China
Expired Outsourcing to India
Wired CC-licensed content with concurrent online/offline releases
Tired file sharing
Expired DRM

2 Responses to “Wired | Tired | Expired – Enterprisey Edition”

  1. 1 James McGovern 17 December 2006 at 4:11 pm

    Any thoughts on whether outsourcing to Costa Rica or Trinidad makes more sense than India or China?

  2. 2 scott 18 December 2006 at 7:14 am

    I frankly haven’t considered it. Timezones seem a lot more appealing, but I’m not aware of the governments in those countries subsidizing, etc. to put infrastructure behind an outsourcing sector on a large scale. But I’m sure there are small-scale opportunities, and certain employees would probably be willing to hang out in a place like Costa Rica and work remotely.

    Your thoughts or experiences?

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