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To Own or to Be Owned?

When my girls ask their friends “Do you have Facebook?” I joke and ask them “Wouldn’t it be grammatically more correct to ask whether Facebook has them?” — then they smile politely but usually don’t go so far as to … Continue reading Continue reading

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Are Partnerships a Thing of the Past?

At some point, they will be — for example: In the not too distant future, it will be possible to create a list of everyone who offers products and/or services of a particular type at a specific geographic location. This … Continue reading
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To assume that everyone is listening to you is a very condescending attitude

Earlier today I wrote “Great Expectations: When the Boss Talks, Subordinates Listen?” — but I think perhaps I didn’t underscore enough how a lot of people behave like bosses. The will simply “voice their opinions” and think that everyone else … Continue reading
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Content doesn’t matter — unless…

Content is a tool, an instrument, a means to an end,… — and if it isn’t, then the content doesn’t matter. One person who had a great impact on my thinking about a lot of things was Theodore Geisel, better … Continue reading
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