I wrote a big article about Nokia's challenges for Technology Review Magazine in Nov. 2011. http://www.technologyreview.com/communications/38889/   I went to Helsinki to interview their scientists and researchers.  Here's the headline: 

Can This Man Work Magic?

Nokia helped invent the cell-phone business, but those days of technology glory are long gone. Its new CTO has the job of creating the technologies and designs that will help the Finnish company regain its status as an innovation leader.


I wrote a cover story for CIO magazine on how CIOs need to shift their relationship with the company's financial executives because cloud computing makes IT an operating expense instead of a capital investment. http://www.cio.com/article/684314/What_CFOs_Need_to_Hear_about_Cloud_Computing_and_Consumer_IT  (registration is required, but it's free)

What CFOs Need to Hear about Cloud Computing and Consumer IT

Cloud computing and consumerization of IT change how you buy and budget for technology. Here’s how to talk about it with the CFO.

By Bill Bulkeley 
Tue, June 14, 2011

 I wrote an article on augmented reality that appeared in the April 2011 Telecom News, among other places. http://vartips.com/mobility/augmented-reality-smartphone-1876.html 

I wrote an article for the April 2011 CIO Magazine  about how  Lehman Bros. remade its computer systems after its calamitous bankruptcy. They used cloud computing for most of their work because they figured the operation would be getting smaller rapidly, and they wanted to hold down capital spending.   http://bit.ly/hzlK6R    

I wrote a piece for Technology Review's online business section in December. It covered schools using predictive analytics to redesign what they teach students, resulting in individualized lesson plans.  http://www.technologyreview.com/business/26812/

In December I wrote a piece for Knowledge@Wharton about what criteria investors should use for 'say-on-pay'  votes that are mandatory starting Jan. 21.

I wrote an article for News@Cisco about consumers going online for health help: http://bit.ly/hzlK6R

After Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman won the Republican primaries in California, I wrote a story for Knowledge@Wharton.com on why CEOs have trouble making it as politicians.  Here it is. http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article.cfm?articleid=2530

Here are three articles I wrote in May for Knowledge@Wharton on a conference the school sponsored  about the future of publishing. The articles covered the future of books, the future of newspapers and how to attract readers in cyberspace.   Here is the whole package.

Here's a May 17 story I did for the Wall Street Journal's special section on small businesses. It suggests new technology that helps solo entrepreneurs collaborate, execute and deliver world class products. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704625004575089943197995762.html . I've started using a few of the suggested Web sites.

Here's a March 5, 2010 WSJ.com Digits blog about MIT's new Media Lab:


Here's an article I did about the coming revolution in textbooks that will be spawned by devices like Apple's iPad. The article ran in the March issue of Knowledge@Wharton, an online business review from Penn's Wharton School.


Here's a cover story I did for Technology Review's March-April issue about how IBM's mathematicians have created a multi-billion dollar new business for Big Blue's Global Services division  in analytics. 


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