Posts Tagged ‘likeminds’

Drowning in Data

With thanks to The Big Partnership, this is their interview with me, just after I stepped off of the stage at the 2010 Like Minds event in Exeter. In short: We don’t know what we don’t know! Many businesses are obsessed with information technology. However, information isn’t great for a business. Information needs context that […]

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Beyond Knowledge – talking at Like Minds

Last but one post on Likeminds, based on this interview by Mike McGrail of theBIGPartnership (@BigPartnership on twitter), where I talk about my keynote and a bit about Likeminds: Some of the key points The way that we engage with knowledge has changed. There is not a lot of ‘stuff’ that we don’t know, and as […]

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Seeing Things

I’m down at Likeminds this week, so I thought I’d follow up on the word cloud Jim shared yesterday with a cloud of the afternoon’s twitter discussions about Likeminds. A slight bit of self-interest, as I did my keynote in the afternoon ;) -but there were some great conversations and exchanges of ideas. Last week […]

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Likeminds

We love word clouds at SocialOptic. They are a great way of getting a quick overview of a huge amount of information. So given that I’m back at the ranch while Benjamin is speaking at the Likeminds conference today, I thought I’d try and get a feel for what’s happening by using some milestone planner […]

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