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Why Software Is Eating The World - WSJ

Far from a bubble, we're watching a new generation of tech start-ups realize the Web's original potential, says Marc Andreessen.

Why Software Is Eating the World – Andreessen Horowitz

This article was originally published in The Wall Street Journal on August 20, 2011. This week, Hewlett-Packard (where I am on the board) announced that it ...

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How Software Really is Eating the World

Forrester's Jeffrey S. Hammond, VP and Principal Analyst serving Application Development and Delivery Professionals, explains how software is disrupting old ...

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  1. Mouse looks and feels great, however the pointer speed is absolutely atrocious. I went to my computer settings to adjust pointer speed to 100% and even then it is still slower than your average mouse. Bought it to play computer games and will check it out to see how it performs.Update – turns out i pressed one of the red buttons on the top and the pointer speed defaulted to normal speed somehow. Wish they put that in the instructions for it to be easily understood.

  2. This mouse is likely some kind of dormant Decepticon waiting for the right molment to finish its transformation into something that will steal the all-spark from Sam Witwicki. In the meantime however, it sits and pretends to be any other mouse.You could probably do a lot of cool things with all the exposed buttons… assign hot-keys, make dpi adjustments, perform some kind of clicking functions. I’ll never know though, because everything from the packaging, to the minimal written instructions, and on to the supplied USB drive with customization software is written in one of several Asian languages. I presume Chinese, but I’m afraid I can’t distinguish from Japanese, Korean, Nepalian, Yeti (Yetis?).It’s probab an awesome mouse, I dunno. Extra star for having the end of the USB cord shaped like a Voltron sword.

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