“I want it to go viral!”, says your boss.
Okay, so fair to say we are beyond the stage where we naively believe that every piece of content that we create can and will go viral. Although we love to dream, unfortunately the internet doesn’t work that way.
Life’s ultimate tragedy, death, has existed for almost as long as life itself. Digital media is but a blip when placed upon this timeline; a speck upon an insignificant dot at the end. (more…)
The 2014 Commonwealth Games kicked off last night with 4,950 athletes, 2,000 performers, 71 Scottie dogs and 1 awkward baton.
As always, Twitter users were not shy in voicing their opinions with over a quarter of a million tweets posted during the ceremony.
I don’t know about you, but at points in my career I’ve found it difficult to keep my eye on the bigger picture. It’s all very well and good working hard on a project today, tomorrow, next week – but what’s it all for? What are we working towards?
Sharing is something we are taught as children, and spend many years painfully unlearning as adults, once we’re thrust out into a world of competitive advantage. But, despite my many years of capitalist conditioning, I remain a huge fan of sharing.
LinkedIn is the social network for businesses and business professionals. It is the best way to connect with others, source leads, find jobs, and network online.
Most businesses can greatly benefit from having a presence on LinkedIn. In fact, all 500 of the Fortune500 businesses have established a presence on LinkedIn.
But what could we learn from poker players? How could exploring the way professional gamblers think about data, strategy or opponents shed new light on our own work? Here are eight suggestions. (more…)