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Far More Important than Self-Motivation or Self-Esteem is the Ability to Support and Encourage Others

Too many people worry about how to deal with their own lives… — and not enough take into consideration how much of an impact they themselves can have on the lives of others. Continue reading

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Does LinkedIn Want to Occupy Your Website?

In the coming weeks you will see a new landmark domain “Dispute Resolution” case in India. A couple weeks ago, LinkedIn started a “Reverse Domain Name Hijacking” attempt against linked.in — this means they are trying to use their trademark … Continue reading
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Notes from the Maelstrom

Instead of doing an endless series of separate searches, we tune the knobs on our stream-browser to continuously feed us just the information we need. cf. also “In the Information Age, People Will Not be Better Informed — They Will … Continue reading
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Nearly everyone gets paid from fraud — but fraud hurts the ecosystem in a massive way

On the heels of “What Most People Don’t Know About Social Media” and “Number 9, Revisited“, John Battelle writes: There’s only so much time in the day, and only so many pages where actual human beings are really paying attention, … Continue reading
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Language, Smart Terminals, Infinite Bandwidth and Distributed Network Effects

Recently, a friend of many years asked me why I think domains are important. This is a very smart person, and one who I also expect has read the “Wisdom of the Language“. Suffice it to say I was a … Continue reading
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From Newspapers to Pay Per Info

Shel Holtz and Neville Hobson have, in their For Immediate Release podcast episode #678, revisited topics related to brand journalism, advertorials and infomercials. These topics are indeed very important to consider in the current media landscape, and echo things I … Continue reading
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The Internet is Just One Medium — NOT?

Today, I was taken aback by something a friend said. I was doing what I generally do best — ranting. My latest rant craze is about people who do not voice their own opinions (see e.g. the previous post)… — … Continue reading
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Anti-Content

I have been playing around with this idea — anti-content — for a couple of weeks now. I get upset when people say content is important, when in fact it really isn’t important at all. What is important is: listening… … Continue reading Continue reading

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Theme-Centered Communication and Goal-Centered Activity

Ruth Cohn was born 100 years ago today — she developed something known as “Theme Centered Interaction” (TCI). One axiom of her approach was that the entire universe is interdependent — so the way I see it, referring to “theme-centered … Continue reading Continue reading

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