I was not planning on writing anything like this post, but Seth Godin had a great post on learning from a lousy teacher. If you have a teacher (of any sort) that you cannot please, that you cannot learn from, that is unwilling to take you where you need to go because he is defending… Read More 10 Ideas To Make Your Lousy Job Better
Today I am going to write about a topic that has always bothered me. I had not thought that I would write about it, but a post this morning by Seth Godin really triggered this post. His post is really promoting his new book Linchpin (Amazon Link), but it starts with an excellent quote by… Read More Are You Managing Resources Or Building Knowledge?
With the new FriendFeed beta, everyone has an opinion on whether it is better than the old version and is it better than Twitter and Facebook. Not surprisingly, Seth Godin had the perfect post regarding this. Granted, his post is about jeans and the difference between a zipper and a button-fly, but the point is… Read More Better For You May Not Mean Better For Me
A few days ago, Om Malik had some interesting analysis on the Bit.ly funding. The most important aspect of Bit.ly is not that it can shorten URLs. Instead its real prowess lies in its ability to track the click-performance of those URLs, and conversations around those links. It doesn’t matter where those URLs are embedded… Read More Why Is Data So Important?