Thought For The Day: Crisis and opportunity are the same thing. Google: "Complete Privacy Does Not Exist" "Arguing that technology has ensured that "complete privacy does not exist," Google contends that a Pennsylvania family has no legal grounds to sue the search giant for publishing photos of their home on its popular "Street View" mapping feature." […]
Thought For The Day: The ability to keep a confidence is the primary measure of integrity. Online Reputation Management 2.0 and Our Mobile Future "Mobility screams Reputation Management" Listening, respect and teamwork "Silicon Valley is a really small place, getting smaller all the time, but it hasn’t figured that out yet. To make products that sell, it […]
Thought For The Day: Cities are becoming guild cities. People with similar skills thrive on being near each other. Concentration multiplies opportunity. Brandstreaming: What Is It & Who’s Doing It? "To
Thought For The Day: The middle of the United States is Emptying out. The kids are moving to the coasts. Web 2.0 and Social Media…. Great slideshow.. worth viewing Google Launches Knol, The Monetizable Wikipedia Wikipedia works because its communal. Will Google be able to harness the profit motive for a similar result. Good reading for […]
The Minneapolis Recruiting Roadshow (this Friday) is sold out. All 250 seats have been spoken for. There is a waiting list on the registration site. Thought For The Day: Cities are specializing. Please
Thought For The Day: Community needs intimacy. Community from Talent Talk Cafe’s Perspective Maren Hogan is bravely navigating the video content delivery process. Twitter Chokes Unauthenticated API Requests By IP, Sites Gasp for Air "until recently, unauthenticated API requests were unlimited, which all changed Wednesday night
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