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Ideas, Musings, and Perspectives from the Blogosphere”>past

…rld. As you may recall, Nick Adamo, our SVP of Service Provider Operations, is a huge Yankee fan, so here’s to hoping that such a frontier-breaking start to the season (not to mention a visit by Pope Benedict to Yankee Stadium) will help the team this year because if Nick isn’t happy- Lastly, check out this blog -it’s not about technology or even about service providers. But the fact that the Wall Street Journal has an entire…


Play Ball!

…e plate Interactive entertainment with the fans between innings Highlights from the game delivered to your seat back Holographic replays on the field Me, I would like a networked notification on my seatback when the line for Rocky Dogs at Coors Field or Tofu Tacos in San Francisco has been reduced to only three deep.Whare are your ideas? What would you add to the stadium of the future?Technorati: World Series Baseball…


Cisco Field Update: One Step Closer to “Play Ball!!”

Last year, we announced that one of the newest Major League Baseball stadiums would be named “Cisco Field” and it would be the home to the Athletics, currently of Oakland. The new stadium will be in Fremont, CA…just down the road from Oakland and closer to the heart of Silicon Valley. Today, the A’s announced that we are all one step closer to the reality of Cisco Field. The press release issued today, states,…


Earth Day 2007: Think Globally…Act Locally

…the San Jose/Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce (hometown CoC for Cisco HQ) is organizing an e-waste recycle day for its members and for the community at large this Saturday, April 21 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Spartan Stadium parking lot on South Seventh Street in San Jose. It is FREE for all.In partnership with GreenWaste Recovery Inc., E-Recycling and Spartan Athletics at San Jose State University, they will be taking computers,…


Cisco C-Scape Conference – Field of Dreams

…Toronto Blue Jays play? I sure did, and he was about 10 feet away from me at the time, so I couldn’t miss it. For those who don’t know, Rogers is Canada’s biggest cableco, and they own both the Jays and the stadium, now known as the Rogers Center. Well, Rogers is a pretty tech savvy company, and his reference to them was notable, for two reasons. First, he’s citing an example of another pro franchise that’s owned by…