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- Social Media Impact
- Proprietary Top Level Domains: Domain Names For Sale By Owner
- Dislike, Unlike, Not Like… Sour Grapes
- Differentiating your company from others is critical to business survival; So is communicating the benefits of your company to the potential lead / customer / consumer
- In a well functioning community there is neither individual success not individual failure
- The Opposite of Man is Not Woman But Rather Inhuman
- Consumers are negative producers, but are producers also negative consumers?
- The Positivity Paradox: Being Positive is Impossible without Negativity (the Possibility of Being Negative)
- Cover Story in New York Times about Li & Fung: Stock Share Price Rises 4%
- Infinity, Love, Karma (3 Strings) Bracelet
- Sterling Silver Delta Ring
- Tree of Life Necklace in Silver (Sterling Silver Chain)
- Far More Important than Self-Motivation or Self-Esteem is the Ability to Support and Encourage Others
- Complete and Finished
- What if things go wrong simply because people don’t talk to each other?
- The biggest problem in many advanced / developed countries are not individual mental health issues but rather a widespread epidemic of underdeveloped social skills
- Great Expectations: When the Boss Talks, Subordinates Listen?
- Are Institutions Responsible for the Indoctrination of the Young Supposed to Prevent Freedom and Independence?
- What is the difference between social media and collaboration?
- Better than focusing on changing something is to concentrate on the kind of agent of change you want to be
- Collaboration vs. Seduction
- RE:INVENTION (marketing and innovation consulting firm ) seeking DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE (Hadoop, Big Data) in San Diego, CA (USA)
- Report about LinkedIn Reverse Domain Name Hijacking Case on “For Immediate Release” Podcast
- Why You Need to Speak Up
- Does LinkedIn Want to Occupy Your Website?
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David Weinberger asks: What do you think are the best examples of Web-based echo chambers? Beyond the shadow of a doubt: The biggest, most significant echo chamber of the day is facebook.com. The reason why this is so simple and … Continue reading →
I think many people look down on web apps — but who thinks of Facebook as a web app? I do! I can’t really tell you what makes a site become a web app, but in my opinion the way … Continue reading → Continue reading
I just had an exchange with someone who I thought would know better… — as I have said time and again: Websites don’t represent people, they present ideas. Let me, however, play devil’s advocate against my own view… let me pretend … Continue reading → Continue reading
Earlier today, I posted about the fact that AOL has not developed either of their premium love websites. If there were a website — sort of like Facebook or Twitter, but devoted to the topic love — which would you … Continue reading →
Today, it seems to me that every website brand is bland… — like every grain of sand. I am well aware that this is an over-generalization — but what is the use of arguing whether this generalization applies to 99% … Continue reading → Continue reading
You can view a homepage directory @ http://NewsZene.com — it’s a little bare-bones at the moment, but it will be updated over time. The NewsZene Online Magazine Network is basically divided into two main sections: Magazines, and Magazine Review Websites … Continue reading →
Before there were 4-letter words, there were sounds and grunts, moans and groans, various degrees of articulation. At some point, writing came along. More recently: print, publishing, and now media channels. I was chatting with a friend the other day … Continue reading →