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** Update – if you want to know how to network well, Mary has a great guide ** One of the most popular books about the social media powered digital revolution is Groundswell, by Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff. Published … Continue reading
Nicely put by Gerry McGovern: Over the years I have been struck by how awfully designed internal systems are. Most internal tools I come across are more like instruments of torture than the drivers of efficiency they are supposed to … Continue reading
Excellent stuff from Andrew McAfee: I think serendipity is part of what underlies Metcalfe’s Law and a big part of the explanation for Eric Raymond’s insight that ‘given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow.’ Knowledge workers and their organizations should be doing … Continue reading
Following up on my earlier post on good things to look for in people when you are hiring - Recruit the internet-savvy – I picked up on some useful notes whilst at TechCrunch‘s GeeknRolla on recruiting into startups, which I think … Continue reading
The Telegraph had an interesting article this week: MI5 dumps spies who can’t use Facebook and Twitter: Patrick Mercer, chairman of the Parliamentary subcommittee on counter-terrorism, told the Daily Mail: “As terrorism changes, counter-terrorism officers have to adapt to keep … Continue reading