Saving Rim, Part 3: NokiaSoft

Blackberry is in the news again, this time for not getting bought by Microsoft. We all know the story of Blackberry, if not, here’s the recap. An innovative Canadian upstart that captured the cellphone market with QWERTY keyboards and enterprise ready email integration. One of the first true smartphones and choice of business’s all over the … Continue reading

The Future of Free to Play

What is Free to Play (F2P) all about? Back in the early days of PC gaming I can remember how coveted game demos were. Magazines often packaged a CD-Rom of current game demos as a value add to give you just enough of a taste to whet your appetite, hook you,  and get you to purchase the … Continue reading

The Return of TableTop Gaming

I welcome gaming with friends, it’s a great way to unwind, catch up, and have a few laughs.  Being of the video game generation , I never expected I would revert to board games. I’ve owned everything from an old Atari computer with Basic and a floppy drive to load games, to a 286’s to … Continue reading

How to Save RIM: Part Two (Saving the Canadian Dream)

Instead of writing a eulogy for Research In Motion, I would rather focus on some ideas that might save the brand. Perhaps it’s because I’m on optimist, or because I’m a hopeful Canadian entrepreneur and recent grad of Royal Roads University‘s Bachelor of Commerce program that I can’t help but think of ways to save … Continue reading

Case Analysis

Hey World (specifically Victoria, BC Canada). So it looks like I will be the live case writer for the RRU sponsored Case Competition. If you or anyone you know has a business they would like worked on by a 100 bright business minds, you need to get in touch with me!

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