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50 Songs For My 50 Years Of Life

Dan Pontefract

It’s weird turning 50. As a kid, I thought it was the marker of old age. At this stage in my life, I don’t think… The post 50 Songs For My 50 Years Of Life appeared first on Pontefract Group. Music personal 50 music

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it’s science

Harold Jarche

Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. @A_AMilne


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Doing Gamification Wrong

Clark Quinn

As I’ve said before , I’m not a fan of ‘gamification’ Certainly for formal learning, where I think intrinsic motivation is a better area to focus on than extrinsic.

Webinar: How Allina Health Cut Content Development Time by 66%


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A storage crisis

Doc Searls

The best new phones come with the ability to shoot 108 megapixel photos, record 4K video with stereo sound, and pack the results into a terabyte of onboard storage. But what do you do when that storage fills up? If you want to keep those files, you’ll need to offload them somewhere.

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a unique opportunity

Harold Jarche

“The spread of germs is the price we pay for the spread of ideas.” — Nicholas Christakis. Many people want a return to normal. But normal is what got us into this pandemic — mass air travel, global supply chains, constant expansion, pollution, biological weapons research, etc.

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Why Online Learning is Important in the Workplace


To say that online learning is important in the workplace is an understatement. Due to COVID-19’s devastating impact on businesses globally, eLearning has become indispensable to organizations that want to deliver quality employee training , no matter what.

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Redux 001: BuzzPhrasing

Doc Searls

Since I’m done with fighting in the red ocean of the surveillance-dominated Web, I’ve decided, while busy working in the blue ocean (on what for now we’re calling i-commerce ), to bring back, in this blog, some of the hundreds of things I’ve written over the last 30+ years.

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What becomes of journalism when everybody can write or cast?

Doc Searls

Formalized journalism is outnumbered. In the industrialized world (and in much of the world that isn’t), nearly everyone of a double-digit age has a Net-connected mobile device for sharing words they write and scenes they shoot.

Redux 002: Listen Up

Doc Searls

This is a a post on my (pre-blog) website. In retrospect, it turned out to be a dry run for both The Cluetrain Manifesto and a chapter of t he book by the same name, which came out in 1999 and 2000, respectively. The brand names I drop are mostly ancient history now. But the points made are still good. Listen Up. By Doc Searls. April 16, 1998 . “All I know is that first you’ve got to get mad. You’ve got to say, I’m a human being, goddammit! My life has value!

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