Author Archives: nborgis

Moving to Tumblr

I recently discovered Tumblr and decided to give it a try. As it seems much better suited to my curating style, my blog has now moved to http://blog.borgis.com/ See you there!

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Location-based Services + Social Networks = future of advertising?

Location-based services and Social Networks are an interesting way for brands to engage with a willing audience. Continue reading

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Summer of Sam

Right now I am rather busy at work, hence my non-existent blog posts. Still, I thought I should spend some time to share the latest update from Capital Finance on the French venture market. Last summer was all about the … Continue reading

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Back to earth

It has been exactly one month since I last did a post here. Back from holiday today I cannot resist a short note on the financing of innovation and private equity in general. Capital Finance gave on July, 9th the … Continue reading

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Thought leadership by design

Just a quickie to share with you a book I stumbled onto and find rather insightful: “Thought Leadership by Design”. I will order a few of those and distribute them to all my business contacts… it is, as they claim … Continue reading

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Microsoft Surface: accidental hit?

A lot has been said already about Surface, the killer UI making “Minority Report” look like “Driving Miss Daisy”. A video from the application to be found at the Caesars’ Palace can be found here, and Manuel Diaz posted a … Continue reading

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Windows Live QuickApps: register NOW!

The Windows Live Quick Application program has been launched following the Worldwide Partner Conference to minimize the learning curve of Windows Live services and technologies. If you are even remotely interested in web technologies I think you should take a … Continue reading

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