Really felt that despite what happened, Coghead's fall isn't entirely surprising given the number of startups faltering (even the biggies) amidst this dire economic situation. It is true that they've put their customers through pain as a result but it is not as though their service fell and dissolved into the cloud.
On the contrary, it is still a cloud! Just that there's new wind behind it - called SAP. And to just tell the customers that al they wanted is the intellectual property, not the customers, doesn't sound 'humane'. Not entirely blameless, I reckon.
Seems like they felt it, too and are now forming a team to help with SaaS integration concerns.
Spare dime? Maybe but kudos for the effort!
Unsung cloud flyers. Figure out whose concept EC2 is - here.
IBM deal with Amazon: Is that an anointment?
Evernote is worth remembering. A few others on online notebooks such as Springpad.
Six Steps to Company-Wide Adoption. Practical tips we could all use to go company social.
Another one down. Rocky Mountain News Demise.
Failing grades in class. Must be the lectures' fault. Try the podcasts!
Award for most creative extension for Firefox? Must be Pencil.