Monthly Archives: May 2014

When is spying on your competition’s customers…

…spying on your competition?  http://www.fastcompany.com/3030772/how-samsung-used-social-media-to-hack-the-iphone?partner  Part of Samsung’s defense against the suit Apple brought against them for patent infringement dealt with how they got the information about certain aspects of the “user-experience” people were having with their iPhones. Apple tried … Continue reading

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Are we in a “Golden Age of Boardgaming”

http://www.globaltoynews.com/2014/05/golden-age-of-games.html An interesting article by an “industry insider” that covers the Chicago Toy and Game Fair – the CES for the Hasbros and Mattels of the world. It has some interesting stats that indeed indicate if we are not in a “Golden … Continue reading

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CIMSEC Wargaming Week

This week has seen some interesting articles and discussion over at the CIMSEC blog http://cimsec.org/ The highlight of the opening post was the response by Dean Barney Ruble of NWC’s Center for Naval Warfare Studies: http://cimsec.org/2014-wargaming-week/  The next post in … Continue reading

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In the meantime…

While I sporadically work on my post about the “Air domain” in Fleet Power, I offer this explanation of crossdomain operations (riff on an original by Pete Pelligrino…) Note:click on an image to make it bigger…    

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