Monthly Archives: May 2011

The tweeting Other. Or, see what I’m saying?

Twitter’s got a new feature that allows users to see another users’s twitter stream. That is, to change POV. According to Techcrunch: Now You Can See Twitter The Way I See Twitter. I’ve always wondered why social media tools and … Continue reading

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LinkedinZynga IPO implications

So they say the LinkedIn IPO has created a bit of a rush to IPO for the rest of them. If it’s true that we’re in a new market now, and that LinkedIn’s IPO was the beginning of a rush … Continue reading

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Work in the age of communication

Came across this today via Stowe Boyd today: Olli Gunst’s blog: The future of work The structure for working is slowly changing. We are increasingly moving away from the traditional cubicle environment. More and more people are working out of … Continue reading

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