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O'Reilly Radar Kindle Edition

Covering innovation ecology
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Wow! Are you trying to see through the virtual "Clouds"? O'Reilly's RADAR may be for you. This blog is not for the faint of heart nor faint of technical knowledge. I must admit that I blundered onto this site, confusing the name with the top-rated cable news broadcaster. Imagine my surprise. Instead of entering the "No Spin Zone" of Bill O'Reilly, I got so spun around in this techie world that I felt like Judy Garland when she said, "Toto, we're not in Kansas anymore."

Having stumbled into another intellectual dimension, I found RADAR intriguing. It is impressive to eavesdrop on the makers of software as they cryptically exchange qwerty communications. I'm opting out of this ongoing conversation. It's way over my head. But for those of you up there in the Cyber Clouds, you may well enjoy the upwelling of this informational cumulus.
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