Taking AddThis for a spin

At the end of this post, you’ll notice a little image saying ‘share.’ If you move your mouse over it, it will expand and display the logos of a few place that you see here where you can share the link. The service to enable this is called AddThis and…

Answering two questions

A friend asked me two questions yesterday, about business communication-related issues in the coming year. Both came in direct messages via Twitter. Apart from everything else Twitter is, it’s also a tool that keeps you refreshingly focused on brevity and conciseness in your dialogue. No wordy predictions, no long-winded missives,…

Your blog is your CV

We call it a CV in the UK but it’s a good start to Robert Scoble’s 18+ tips in If you are laid off, here’s how to socially network. 1. Your blog is your resume. You need one and it needs to have 100 posts on it about what you…

Finding the enterprise RSS trigger

Marshall Kirkpatrick writes a very interesting post at ReadWriteWeb entitled “RIP Enterprise RSS.” The essence of his argument is that demand for RSS simply never arose and that the market is over. I’m in the UK and largely agree with Marshall’s view that enterprise RSS has died although I suggest…

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