Social media is well understood. Under-graduates could write essays on its basic precepts.
Yet commentators persist in misunderstandings the basics. A post on what social media is not and how we track social media to position and strengthen our business positions.
Timely advice as we advance into the eye of the financial crisis “Fleas dream of buying themselves a dog, and… Read more I don’t believe in charity – I believe in solidarity
The point is that a “personal” view of the world is not a mark of a spoiled generation. It is an essential skill and Gen Y has grasped its necessity, intuitively perhaps, but they have grasped it. We have to catch up.
What was your uni like? Parties with casual yet dictatorial professors? Most of us go to university and college and… Read more Universities: parties and yawns or surprisingly vigorous enterprisess
Abundance & scarcity On Monday, an American said something to me which struck me as profound and worth storing away… Read more How do we cope with abundance?
In the olden days, our job, you and I, was to consume. Today, we consume, create and share. And because… Read more Filter, filter,filter. That’s where the money is.
I read a great post this morning suggesting the Clay Shirky has it wrong. We don’t really have a cognitive… Read more Is the essence of a happy life a point-of-view?
I hope my title caught your eye and made you panic a little – ooooooh, there is something I should… Read more Are you reifying your organization properly?
Image via Wikipedia I am looking for my mouse Clay Shirky at Web2.0 Expo tells the story of a 4… Read more Who moved my mouse?
Both Scott McCarthur and Jon Ingham have been blogging on 2.0 recently. The big question in discussions about 2.0 is… Read more Is 2.0 a passing fancy?