EDITOR'S NOTE

Come As You Are

4/1/2006
It's nice to feel wanted. I have to admit, for much of my life, I've felt my generation--Generation X--has not garnered much attention.
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Everything Bad

3/1/2006
Every so often a book comes out and creates a buzz. In the blink of an eye, talk shows, commentaries and editorial pages are filled with critiques or fawning interviews of the latest and hottest author. By and large, I've tried to keep HT's pages clear of the hype. Business philosophies come and go, and well-run organizations seldom come from lessons learned from the pages of a paperback book.
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Lucky Sevens

1/1/2006
Seven years can pass in the blink of an eye. As I was registering my daughter for kindergarten for this fall, it struck me how quickly time goes by.
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State of the State

11/1/2005
Sitting by the pool at The Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables it seems as though there could be no better place to reflect on the very nature and state of hospitality.
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Shock and Awe

10/1/2005
I am not sure anyone that witnessed the destructive fury of Hurricane Katrina, and the slow descent into chaos that followed will ever be same. Even as New Orleans and the Gulf Coast region slowly gets back on its collective feet, the feeling of shock and awe will linger on.
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The Vision Thing

5/1/2005
Often it seems visionaries get a bad rap. On television at least, visionaries are typically portrayed as kooks, one small step from mass murderers. In these cases, seeing into the future is portrayed as more a curse or a delusion than a necessary skill. We at Hospitality Technology, take quite a different view. To our minds, the 2005 Hospitality Visionaries serve an essential role helping us all map the future of our industry.
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A Glorious Buffet

4/1/2005
Having a coherent technology strategy requires more than just planning and a deep knowledge of the systems--it also requires communication skills. A true CIO or CTO, after all, is more than a technologist. An IT leader must be able to communicate how systems should work together and be able to convince a CEO, franchisees, management companies, investors and others that the strategy is coherent and will work. That's where an apt metaphor can really come in handy.
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