Good morning everyone, here are some news articles we picked out for you this morning.
Some interesting perspectives on Bitcoins. Bitcoin (BTC) is a cryptocurrency first described in 2008 by a pseudonymous developer 'Satoshi Nakamoto' who called it a peer-to-peer, electronic cash system that can be transferred through a computer/smartphone without an intermediate financial institution. (TechCrunch)
Big data was one of the key words for 2013, but there has been backlashes and criticisms. And recently they're getting louder. Derrick Harris elaborates on why their message doesn’t resonate too loudly. (GigaOm)
Mark Dixon, the Founder and CEO at Regus elaborates on what is meant by meeting the 'right people' at the 'right time' and most of all, in the 'right context'. Since founding Regus in Brussels, Belgium in 1989, he has achieved a formidable reputation for leadership and innovation, and has revolutionized the way businesses approach property needs with his vision of the future of work. (e27)