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Bill Nussey
Works at IBM
Attended North Carolina State University
Lives in Atlanta, GA
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My new blog: Will the new iPad Pro leave my MacAir obsolete? http://nusseynotes.com/2016/01/01/will-the-new-ipad-pro-leave-my-macair-obsolete/
Let me start off by saying that I love the new iPad Pro. I’ve gotten used to its large size and I’m in love with the pen and the keyboard. But before I can tell you whether it’ll replace my MacAir,...
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New offering from Raspberry Pi - a complete computer for $5! 
Raspberry Pi has just unveiled the Pi Zero, a programmable computer that costs only $5, or about as much as a cup of coffee.
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IBM's predictions for 2014 from 25 years ago: adjust the temperature of your home with a telephone call, electronically gridded superhighways, super hi-res displays and 3D. (thanks to my neighbor Rick for sharing IBM's 1989 Think magazine)
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Saw this beautiful and brilliant video at #TEDatIBM  "How to Age Gracefully" 
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I've just installed an amazing system that monitors all the electricity usage in my house. Gorgeous UI. It took 30 seconds of seeing this screen to realize why my electricity bill has jumped up. http://energycurb.com/
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My latest blog: A Peek at the Future of Tech from the Consumer Electronics Show #CES2016 http://nusseynotes.com/2016/01/24/a-peak-at-the-future-of-tech-at-the-2016-consumer-electronics-show-ces/
What Happens in Vegas Doesn’t stay in Vegas - it Predicts the Next Five Years of Tech If you think Caesars Palace and The Venetian Hotel are glitzy and audacious, you should check out the Samsung, ...
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Good read, thanks for sharing.
I see lot of effort on home automation and consumer IoT products rising but small problem with that is, I cannot use most of those products from two different OEMs together. Amazon have been trying really well letting developers integrate Echo with other products like WeMo, Philips Hue, Smart Things, Wink etc. but its still limited.
I was hoping to see a Hub this year, that can work seamlessly with other home automation products we want to use without having to select from a list of very limited 'supported devices'. 
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The Economist talks about a new study that says air travel now only uses only half as much fuel per person mile traveled as car travel. That's a big switch from just a few years ago.
Gulliver has good news for you: environmental damage caused by flying is a lot less than it would have been a few decades ago
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I'm a big fan of intelligent energy systems. Curb promises to be among the first of a new generation of consumer-focused solutions that can meaningfully lower power consumption. energycurb.com
Realtime Views Into Your Home's Power Usage Let You Take Immediate Action to Save Energy and Money. | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
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Earlier this week, I had a chance to speak at one of Silicon Valley’s larger startup events, LAUNCH Scale. 

Start ups can fail for many reasons. Lack of funding. Insufficient market opportunity. Poor product fit. But the most tragic source of failure occurs when a company survives all these challenges only to implode due to entirely internal reasons like scaling their operations and technology. 

My speech focused on the most tragic, least talked about and all-too common source of implosions: scaling culture. 

I've posted the full presentation on my personal blog: http://nusseynotes.com/2015/10/16/how-to-avoid-a-cultural-implosion-as-you-scale-your-startup-2. Big Thanks to the IBM Global Entrepreneur team for inviting me to be part of the event (http://ibm.biz/BdHHs8)
Earlier this week, I had a chance to speak at one of Silicon Valley’s larger startup events, LAUNCH Scale. Start ups can fail for many reasons. Lack of funding. Insufficient market opportunity. Poo...
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Squashing creativity and initiative by allowing an "old guard" to develop makes it difficult for the fresh blood to bring new markets or contests to rile the status quo. It is the "black mold" that ages entrepreneurial companies before their time. A fear culture will not change the world - even stodgy old Thomas Jefferson said we should have a regular practice of revolution. Maybe a topic for your next TED talk 😳. 
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Using the new iPhone feature that lets you make calls over Wifi. Working like a charm. Impressive.
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I can't figure out if it's an improvement over Skype. I've been doing all my international calls and video conferencing over Skype for years and it barely costs a nickel. Traveling to the Middle East next weekend - maybe I didn't need the voice/data passport that I always buy?
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  • IBM
    VP Corporate Strategy and Silverpop Chairman, 2014 - present
  • Silverpop
    CEO, 2001 - 2014
  • iXL
    CEO, 1998 - 2000
  • Da Vinci Systems
    CEO, co-founder, 1985 - 1994
  • Greylock
    1996 - 1998
  • Better Software
    Co-founder, 1980 - 1983
  • McKinsey Consulting
    Associate, 1995 - 1995
  • IBM
    VP Corporate Strategy, 2015 - present
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  • North Carolina State University
    EE/CSC, 1983 - 1987
  • Harvard Business School
    MBA, 1994 - 1996
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