Lisa Schmeiser

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Lisa Schmeiser is a San Francisco-based reporter, editor and blogger. She also publishes a thrice-weekly news digest, So What, Who Cares? , and podcasts regularly at The Incomparable.


TWO GUYS MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BALLMER -- Ballmer decided to retire on Wednesday -- His departure comes at the right time for the company -- BHis legacy: bad decisions -- He may have jumped before board could push

TWO GUYS MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BALLMER -- Ballmer decided to retire on Wednesday -- His departure comes at the right time for the company -- BHis legacy: bad decisions -- He may have jumped before board could push

BYOD blues: What to do when employees leave

Layoffs, terminations, resignations -- here's how not to get burned when employees leave with their devices

9 Father's Day gifts for the 21st century

9 Father's Day gifts for the 21st century

Skip the soap-on-a-rope and tired neckties and give the dads in your life one of these sleek geek gifts for Father's Day

7 geek chic fashion gifts for Mother's Day

7 geek chic fashion gifts for Mother's Day

Nothing says 'thanks, Mom!' like gloves, scarves, and dresses designed with gadget use in mind

Yahoo CEO reverses no-telecommuting policy

Deciding factor: Not productivity gains, but profound wish to avoid engineering department's Friday Pants-Off Dance-Offs

Tech canon: The books that shaped today's IT pros

Tech canon: The books that shaped today's IT pros

From cyber space to regular expressions, these books shaped the brains and culture of today's tech pros -- and forecast the industry's future

Automating the cloud, one website script at a time

Zapify and If This Then That offer users an easy way to let their cloud services talk to one another

Steve Jobs's unintentional legacy: The consumerization of IT

Consumers carried their lofty, Apple-nurtured expectations into the office, forcing a change in how tech was deployed to workers

Oracle's Ellison accused of running executive fighting ring

SEC investigators discover bloodied C-level execs, options letters at 'Billionaires' Bare-knuckle Brawling Club'

Developers have more money, less time

In a recent survey, developers cite short turnarounds as biggest job woe -- but most have seen bigger bottom lines in last 5 years

Java and security skills offer IT job security

A new Dice.com survey reveals what buzzwords IT hiring managers are looking for when they hunt for candidates

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