Asher Moses, September 24, 2008 - The Sydney Morning Herald
"Microsoft's "I'm a PC" advertising campaign was created on a Mac and the celebrity spruikers brought in by the software giant are all professed Apple fans, it has been revealed.
Hidden information contained in images from the ads published on Microsoft's website show they were created on Macs, a Flickr user revealed in a published screen shot. "
Punchline: Screen grabs from Microsoft's I'm a PC campaign which features author Deepak Chopra ... who now turns out to be a fan of Apple's Macintosh computers.
Friday, September 26, 2008
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Do You Know The Difference Between Overstanding and Understanding?
Posted on Friday September 12th, 2008 at 21:32 in connect the dots, octaves, perturbations, resonances, rhythm, sounds, spoken words, syllables
"Sometimes meanings are conveyed in sounds. All words are sounds. All syllables are notes. Spoken words cause perturbations in the eddy currents of the subtleties all around us. These perturbations are resonances of higher and lower octaves." continue reading: It Seems Incredible That You Can Gain An Understanding Of The Truth About The Origin Of Civilization And Know The Difference Between History And His-tory!
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Saturday, September 06, 2008
"I perpetually point out the difference to the old and new KM in this blog, but I’ve never thought of it in terms of ROI for the knowledge worker. I have only thought of this in terms of the incentive and motiviation for knowledge sharing. When you think of the big picture of the need for a return in knowledge sharing, we can say this is the ROI for the knowledge worker.
My thought are if the ROI for the knowledge worker is high, ie. high reciprocation of value for participating, then in aggregate the enterprise ROI from a social computing ecosystem will be high.
The old KM was not about people, it went for the knowledge as a separate thing, and knowledge as a separate act approach, where the participants really had no return on their contributions, and no self motiviation to want to participate. In essence this process didn’t blend with human nature at all. Plus there is the other end of naturally seeking know-how off people, that’s just it, you were meant to seek it from a database (not people), and what you find, if you do find something relevant is meant to be context objective so it will suit all needs.
Whereas the new KM is not really KM at all (considering the key to KM is sharing what’s in our heads), it’s not a separate act, it’s embedded into our regular routines. In an ecosystem where we are networked to people and we participate as we do our work, as well as the finished product of our work, there is no conscious effort to make sure you are sharing your know-how, it’s just happening from being, just like in the offline world. In the offline world I don’t make sure I’m sharing know-how, it’s just blended into how I am as a person, it comes out when I act and speak whether I like it or not...." continue reading: John Tropea @ Library clips
Friday, September 05, 2008
By MERCEDES M. CARDONA
For The Associated Press
(AP) - Five workplace management techniques that experts say can bring harmony at home:
- Mission statements are not only for corporations. Patrick Lencioni, author of "The 3 Big Questions for a Frantic Family," says households should establish first what makes the family unique _ its core values.
- Break down the household into manageable parts
- Get help.
- Develop systems.
- Evaluate progress