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New Technology

Tweet Gosh thats not easy to say! Brilliant new app( big nod to Geek in Disguise). This will save you time, effort, money and probably help world peace. Well maybe not the world peace bit but I have been doing a bit of pruning lately of who I am connected to in my social networks. […]

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Tweet Clay Shirky looks at “cognitive surplus” — the shared, online work we do with our spare brain cycles. While we’re busy editing Wikipedia, posting to Ushahidi (and yes, making LOLcats), we’re building a better, more cooperative world.

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Tweet For those of you who know me, you will know one part of my portfolio is as a communications/pitch coach. I am passionate about 1.The Message 2. Visual Design and 3. Delivery. I had the great privilege last night of listening to and meeting with one of the world’s top presentation coaches and speakers, […]

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Tweet Chris Brogan says we should all share a little more. Personally, I believe sharing information and experience helps us to feel a bit more connected, respected, valued and keeps us on our toes. Its a way of reaching out to others you might never meet face to face but can still give and receive […]

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Tweet We have all experienced these presentations and many of us have or choose to give them. Look at this 3 minute video from Fast Company magazine. Stick with the tips any you might, just might, not kill another member of your audience.

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Tweet “The cracked ones let in the light” John Caswell – has a link to a wonderful video on internet stats. While you are there – check out the rest of his blog – its fab.

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Tweet In our book we talk about the exponential growth of new technology. This video says it all and in mind blowing visual images. JESS3 / The State of The Internet from Jesse Thomas on Vimeo.

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The Data Deluge

by Barrie Hopson on February 27, 2010 · 0 comments

in New Technology

Tweet This is the title of a fascinating piece from the Economist this week which has this interesting titbit in it “Everywhere you look, the quantity of information in the world is soaring. According to one estimate, mankind created 150 exabytes (billion gigabytes) of data in 2005. This year, it will create 1,200 exabytes. Merely […]

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Tweet Just when we are getting used to Generation Y we now have to get accustomed to their successors – those born from 1994 onwards. This a generation for whom expectations are set by the immediacy of the digital world. A Habbo survey in May 2009 found Generation Z to be altruistic, with a strong […]

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