Jim HaughwoutDateline: 20-year Tech Versatilist
First Published: May 14, 2011 / Last Published: Nov 29, 2012
Jim Haughwout (pronounced “how-it”) is passionate about creating tech that changes how people live and work. His work has been featured by Network World, ZDNet, Social Media Today, the IBM Press, CIO Magazine, Fast Company and more.
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November 29, 2012
Decisions, Decisions… Android, iOS, Windows 8 or HTML5?
After the past month, it may seem harder than ever to choose your first mobile platform. It is not.
August 5, 2012
An Opportunity Missed: The Olympics-as-a-Platform
An “Olympic App Competition” and open data and social media policies would have made 2012 the most interactive Olympics ever.
June 18, 2012
Rebel Mouse Makes It Easier for Others to Understand You
Rebel Mouse does not just aggregate your social content; it adds dimensions that let others quickly—and subconsciously—consume it
March 12, 2012
Brands Use Facebook Timeline to Tell Their Story
Don’t fight the Facebook Timeline. Use it to connect to others by telling your story in a wholly new way.in Advertising
January 16, 2012
Ten Tech Trends for Your 2012 New Year’s Resolutions List
This year ten trends will move from “new concept” to “mainstream trend.” Exploring all should be on your “to-do” list.
December 16, 2011
How Can BlackBerry Regain Leadership? Go Android
Imagine how compelling a smartphone would be with Android OS, Android Market and BlackBerry’s Keyboardin Android
December 5, 2011
The One Feature Facebook Needs to Create the Killer Marketing App
Enabling Business Pages to geo-target Facebook Wall content to their Fans would create the game-changer of the decadein Advertising
October 31, 2011
Want To Know What The Next Generation of Apps Will Be Like? Talk to Siri
Siri, iPhone 4S’ secret weapon, opens the door to (finally) letting us eliminate the 19th century keyboardin Gadgets
October 16, 2011
Aurasma: Augmented Reality on Your iPad, iPhone or Android
Aurasma instantly layers web and multimedia to objects you are viewing with your iPad, iPhone or Android camera
September 6, 2011
Evolution At Work: Why Traditional Enterprise Tech Will Get Killed By Consumer-oriented Products
In today’s Enterprise 2.0 world, the “DNA” of consumer-oriented companies will enable them to displace those with old-fashioned “dinosaur” mindsets.