Year: 2012

Kindle Fire HD Review Up at Pencomputing.com

 Review: Kindle Fire HD 7 tablet By stripping away the geeky shell of Google’s Android, with the Kindle Fire HD 7 Amazon has developed a device that delivers the shopping, listening and viewing (and occasional gaming and apping) that its customers demand. With a speedy processor, a nice 1280 x 800 pixel multi-touch screen, and.

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The Golden Rules Of Creating Thoughtful Thought Leadership now up at Fast Company

Thought leadership isn’t just for individuals. Here’s how your business can use thought leadership to shape people’s perception of your company and its products–the right way. Read the complete post at Fast Company:  The Golden Rules Of Creating Thoughtful Thought Leadership  

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Clark Kerr’s Very Bad Prediction About 1960s College Students

                I was reading Hollywood’s Last Golden Age: Politics, Society, and the Seventies Film in America and came across this quote at the top of Chapter 2 about college students in the 1960s. I thought it was a great example for my collection of bad predictions that I.

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UBTech 2013 Featured Sessions Announced

          Including my session: Education in Uncertain Times See other talks and topics here: http://ubtechconference.com/news/ubtech-2013-featured-sessions-announced

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The Science of Scenarios in University Business

  Read the entire article here: http://www.universitybusiness.com/article/daniel-rasmus-science-scenarios

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Kindle Fire First Looks

Before 8am this morning a rather directed FedEx car showed up at the house to deliver a new Kindle Fire HD evaluation unit.  So far, I am impressed. The 7 inch unit is light, bright and clear. It came pre-configured with my Amazon account, so music, video and books in the Amazon Cloud were all.

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What the President Should Do Next

The 2012 Presidential election is over. As with many great events, it leaves the world with some certainties resolved, and it highlights uncertainties that loom even larger. Changes to The Affordable Care Act First and foremost, the uncertainty of the election is over.  We know that President Obama has been re-elected, and with that, and.

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Mastering Social Media: What Should my Students Be Reading?

Here is the list of suggested readings for my students. Do you have an interesting post you think they should know about?  Please send via e-mail, tweet or as a comment here. Thank you! Tips and Tricks 10 Social Media Failures (and How to Avoid Them) Email Copy That Converts: 5 Tips for Success from.

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Quoted in ‘How To Keep Email From Driving You Crazy’ at InformationWeek

On the other hand, Daniel Rasmus, an expert on new ways for businesses to organize themselves (and often a speaker at UBM’s E2 conferences), counters that the evils of email are overblown. “We must all ask ourselves the question of value then: ‘Is managing e-mail really worthy of my time?’ I would propose that with.

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