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Making Blogs More Transparent Angers Bloggers – Huh?

December 1, 2009 8 comments

An article in today’s Boston Globe, reports that a new regulation will compel bloggers to disclose any affiliations or gifts they have received. As Web 2.0 matures, it will be more regulated. This is an issue I have blogged and spoken about many times before.  But what makes this article even more interesting to me […]

It Ain’t the Medium Its the Message or – Its the Content that Counts

July 8, 2009 4 comments

In 1964, Marshall McLuhan coined the phrase ” The medium is the message.”  I have often quoted McLuhan in my writings and presentations, in agreement.  But, I fear far too many take his message the wrong way, which can and has lead to serious repercussions. Yesterday I was watching to a video podcast interview between […]

The Power of Search and Information Management (or lack thereof)

June 9, 2009 2 comments

I am appalled, indeed outraged by the Chinese government’s ongoing use of censorship and suppression of search tools, blogs and microblogging in order to “erase” the Tianamen Square Massacre  from the history of China. According to recent articles, there is an entire generation of Chinese who have no idea the event ever happened. But, while […]

IAM Talking: Sustainably Elegant

May 29, 2009 9 comments

Let’s face it, most enterprise systems, the systems that employees have to use EVERY DAY to do their job, are painful interfaces to use. They are barely usable, let alone elegant. Why is that? And more importantly, what can be done to FIX this seemingly inevitable problem? Is “elegance” to high a bar to ask […]

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