one right, predicting today will be our last, I’ve been thinking about Bill’s words and insights. For years WHO4, as he referred to himself, combed through the Financial Times pink pages, which were delivered to his Virginia door each morning before sunrise. With some regularity, an unadorned manilla envelope would then arrive in my mailbox, containing articles on topics perfectly timed to fill... [read more]
tools for use inside of a company, I mean it to imply the larger opportunity to connect people, information, and actionable insights. That can begin within a company, and often stretches outside any one organization’s walls to connect with the people the business serves. My aim will be to update this list as I discover more numbers that make... [read more]
answers How Much Data Is That? and BroadbandHub offers a terrific video guide helps with the relative size of internet data. In 2012, every day 2.5 quintillion bytes of data (1 followed by 18 zeros) are created, with 90% of the world’s data created in the last two years alone. As a society, we’re producing and capturing more data each day than... [read more]
for the digital era. While I've struggled with becoming an online book reader, this feature shows me possibilities that truly advance publishing into a more collaborative age. Rather than just look through ratings from other readers, I'm going to scan through the points that leaped out and resonated with previous readers.
So, when looking for true innovation remember that whatever you may have developed working alone, it could be made much richer by working with others. via Co-Creation :: Cube Grenades from gapingvoid art.
they shall become your values. Understand and embrace your values, for they become your destiny. —Mahatma Gandhi [photo credit: Cloudy Sky, Patrick Hoesly]
come alive. — Howard Thurman, Dean of Theology and the chapels at Howard and Boston universities for more than two decades, wrote 20 books, and in 1944 helped found the first racially integrated, multicultural church in the United States. [photo credit: Swing High, Thomas Hawk]