Category Archives: social networking

Lifelet: He made me think!

While writing my blog post today on “Epistemology of Software,” I credited Drew Paine with “making me think.” In 1981, I worked for an executive vice president at Digital Equipment Corporation, Don Busiek. Whenever Don would introduce me to someone, … Continue reading

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What could an old fart possibly know about technology?

The day started with my wonderful son-in-law sending me a reminder of how ancient a technology mariner I am. He’d found this “What if?” answer from XKCD on “If all digital data were stored on punch cards, how big would … Continue reading

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Integrity – Easily Lost, Hard to Regain

In writing the blog post on “Succumbing to the Ultimate Power Trip,” I was reminded of a bookend to this experience. One of the more interesting players in the Watergate affair was Egil “Bud” Krogh. Bud was the 32 year … Continue reading

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Organizations Don’t Tweet, People Do – Euan Semple

Once you figure out how to dip your “knowledge net” into the stream of search engines, blogs, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, the world just shows up at your doorstep (oops, I mean browser window).  Well, sort of.  It helps a … Continue reading

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Is the university experience wasted on the young?

Every now and again, the universe conspires to free up some time to do some face to face learning with terrific resources in the academic world.  After a whirlwind set of face to face meetings with professors at UW Seattle … Continue reading

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A Little Strategic Networking to Finish the Week

Not often enough my schedule conspires to present a strategic networking day.  An excellent article in the Harvard Business Review “How Leaders Create and Use Networks” makes the distinction between Operational Networks, Personal Networks and Strategic Networks. Most of our … Continue reading

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Too Much to Know – The Death of the Long Form Book?

At dinner the other evening at Crush with my valued all things marketing and branding colleague, Katherine James Schuitemaker, I shared with her that I finally produced a draft of the book on Attenex Patterns I’ve wanted to write for … Continue reading

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