Miguel Garcia-Gosalvez

Common Sense Practitioner

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My little homage to Steve Jobs. The “Here’s to the Crazy Ones” commercial was a great success but the version that was aired in 1997 was with Richard Dreyfuss’s voiceover. There was a version, never made public then, in which Steve Jobs did the voiceover. That version was recovered and is the one included here. […]

Over the last few years we all have witnessed the convergence of three industries. Nowadays voice, data (mostly for internet service) and TV services are all provided by a limited number of companies.The days of ATT as phone provider, COX, ComCast or Charter as cable providers and AOL as internet service provider (ISP) are long […]

A few months ago I wrote the attached white paper (480 Kb. PDF file) based on my experience in deployments around the world. Usually these deployments are in places where conditions might be difficult and usually are associated with events such as natural disasters, health related emergencies or even political transitions. Hard to reach, unreliable […]

These days, very few organizations can operate without the use of information technologies and systems. If these technologies and systems are used as a support tool rather than as a strategic tool, the organization is likely missing a lot of strategic opportunities (to increase demand, reduce costs, gather better information for customers, optimize stocks, etc.) […]

Como muchos, siempre estoy tratando de encontrar la herramienta perfecta que me permita capturar y tener al alcance de la mano la información que necesito y cuando la necesito (páginas web, grabaciones de audio, fotografias, texto, etc.). Lo más cercano que he visto a esta realidad se llama Evernote. Evernote permite capturar información desde cualquier […]

Sería interesante poder saber el número diario de nuevos enfermos de gripe, también sería muy interesante poder saber en qué ciudades y hacía dónde se va expandiendo cada día. Esta información, hasta ahora, le costaba al Centro de Control y Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC, siglas en inglés para el Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) […]