Joe, Something I’ve been thinking about lately is the affect that our network of relationships might be having on our thinking and our point of view. Thanks to the internet and social web, information is being created and shared at a pace today that makes the head spin. The amount of content available for consumption… Continue reading Who is Shaping your Thinking?
Category: social media
Twitter vs. Conference, round 2
Jason- Thanks for your post regarding social media and conferences, it is an interesting topic and I am sure that this will not be the last conversation about it. I mostly agree with you but I am also a little bit afraid of sounding like the guy shaking his fist and yelling “get off my… Continue reading Twitter vs. Conference, round 2
Why Ignoring Social Media is Stupid
Joe, You nicely summed up what I feel is at the core of the discussion about how social media is changing how people interact. So, to take it further, how exactly do these social media tools impact relationships and ultimately, the creation of social capital. Here’s a few of the most important ways I’ve experienced:… Continue reading Why Ignoring Social Media is Stupid
Social Technology: Best/Worst Thing Ever?
Jason, I hope that you are enjoying the shift in weather. Spring is a favorite season of mine, it always feels like a fresh start on things…especially after this winter. On to the business at hand. Thanks for your post teeing up social technology…there is so much noise about this issue out there. I guess… Continue reading Social Technology: Best/Worst Thing Ever?
New Age Networking, part 2
Jason- I surely do not qualify as a social networking expert, guru or thought-leader as the world clearly has plenty of those, but I will respond to the best of my ability. I think that despite all the chatter, and noise and expertise, there is still substantial confusion and misunderstanding about networking…what it really is,… Continue reading New Age Networking, part 2