I’m a consultant. So I work with a variety of businesses in many different industries. Each of these businesses have their own particular (peculiar?) needs, wants, desires, etc, and I – in my relationship with them – track these things on my laptop. And it is getting confusing in here!
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That’s the Merriam-Webster definition for a Curator. I am sad to say that there is one less curator working in the world today, and that is a loss of immeasurable proportions. Why is that?
I’ve been thinking about the news recently that people are not joining (or leaving) Facebook for fear of their employers seeing something they shouldn’t… … and with all the crazy stuff people DO post to Facebook … … isn’t it safer for your employer to see what you are doing, rather them guessing you are […]
Over 20% of the population of the United States does not have a physical phone line any more. They rely solely on cellular phones for their telephone communications. (Which is part of the reason why opinion polling so rarely represents the opinion of the actual public… but that is a topic for another post!) The […]
I am absolutely over-the-moon about Project Sugru and the philosophy behind it.
Recently I have spent a lot more time looking, reading, listening and taking things in, rather than generating more content. What I have seen is an enormous number of people trying to game the system, no matter what that “system” is. Posting pointless comments to blogs in the hope of getting another mililiter of Google-juice, […]
The term “social media” has been a bit of a problem for my business. I help people devise and implement effective plans for how to participate in this new world of “social media”. However, the people who most need my help and who I most want to work with, are not generally familiar with the […]
Today I had the opportunity to attend a Biznik event hosted by George Huang and Leif Hansen that was focused on getting more qualified leads for your business. Sounds trite, I know, but it was a very effective class, and there was one interaction in particular which really resonated with me…
General Motors has just announced that it is killing the Saturn brand. I remember when Saturn came out. It was revolutionary. An American car manufacturer was actually going to start manufacturing their cars in America! What a revolutionary idea!! On top of that, they were going to make them practical. Reasonably sized, made of resilient […]