Category Archives: Curation

Search and you shall receive

Sometimes we are so close to technological advances that we forget what an amazing world we’ve created for ourselves. I was reminded of this world of magic when I set out to search for my deceased uncle’s EdD dissertation. I … Continue reading

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The Non-Linear or Layered eBook

As a life long and life wide software entrepreneur, I love building software systems. Well, to be truthful, I love doing the user research and design of the system. Once the system is designed, then it is just that small matter … Continue reading

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The End of the Age of Reproduction?

“We shape our tools, and thereafter they shape us.” – Marshall McLuhan The theme of the Industrial Age was Economies of Scale. How do we do things in volume? The goal of a business was how to make sure that … Continue reading

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Curating My Way Into Existence

Since writing the blog post on “Organizations Don’t Tweet, People Do”, the idea of “writing myself into existence” each day continues to resonate. Yet, writing is just one aspect of what a blog post is all about. Another key aspect … Continue reading

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