I found the ultimate gift for your favorite gadget nut or workaholic at Mashable, but you’ll have to wrap an IOU, because the EXOdesk isn’t actually available until next year. But I doubt they will mind waiting for a tabletop computer with 40 inches of high def space where you manipulate virtual objects by touching and dragging them around. It’s only $1,299, which may sound pricey, but is downright reasonable when compared to Microsoft Surface 2.0 at nine grand.
For the ‘it’s all about me’ crowd you’ll find gifts at all levels in this year’s Neiman Marcus Fantasy Catalog, but hurry, the best stuff is going fast. Ten pewter-color Ferraris (luggage set matching the interior included) at $395,000 each sold out within 50 minutes.
It’s that time of the year again; time to find that unique present for the special people in your world, whether business or personal. So, in the interests of lending a helping hand, I thought that over the next four Wednesdays I’d offer up some unique presents for boss, colleagues and other business connections as well as loved ones.
River economies (above) have materials, energy, and value run through communities, leaving little value behind. Lake economies (below) pool resources and value locally for longer lingering value and impact.
Join me tomorrow and meet the entrepreneur at the forefront of lake formation.