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The catalyst

Not surprisingly, Facebook’s Open Graph has raised a series of complaints about lack of objective “openness” in the whole project.

After…

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Dear Colleague:

As a fellow member of the publishing industry, I’ve been struggling a bit lately to wrap my head around our emerging…

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In my most recent post, I asked if enterprise should think small. But as a close friend said to me, it’s one thing to suggest that…

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As social business concepts emerge, there is a clear and growing divide between those companies that have embraced social modes of work and those…

FAIL

Last week Carlos Miceli again proved profundity can be carried in 140 characters when he wrote:

Reflection is the most painful and effective way to become wise.

I think…

Last month, a few other young professionals, namely Nicole Crimaldi, Matt Cheuvront, and (to some extent) Shane Mac suggested that the best education is self-education.

As one who…

Despite the obvious connection between a certain feminine hygienic product and “iPad,” I think the name is brilliant. In fact, I think that Apple may have done it on purpose.

Sure,…

work

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To be honest, this post has less to do with failure and more to do with personal innovation from within the corporate structure—the struggle to make…

Keyboard

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Yesterday Rebecca Thorman contested that “bloggers are not writers” and “blogging is not writing.”

I happen to disagree, but this not really…

I had the opportunity to guest post over at Srinivas Rao’s personal development blog, The Skool of Life. Stay tuned too, because tomorrow my interview in the “Up and Coming Bloggers Podcast”…