I am much more of fox than hedgehog. No, I don’t blog every day, but it’s fair to say that I’m pretty prolific. On this site alone, you’ll find a boatload of posts on higher education, Big Data, technology, management, platforms, communications, analytics, and other topics. They generally fall into the following buckets: insights, provocations, musings, predictions, and rants. I write more about big ideas than listicles and snackable content. Finally, I inject humor often into my posts and despise jargon. Click here to see an interactive word cloud and heat map of my posts’ tags.
Today, I hit the 200-post mark. It’s time to take a look back and a look forward.
Sure, it’s an amazing company. Still, can it be all things to all entities?
In this podcast with Craig Stedman of TechTarget, I discuss emerging technologies.
An obscure Pink Floyd song and a Seinfeld quote got me thinking about customer service.
Anyone can claim to be an expert on social CRM these days.
After a long reprieve, my cartoon alter ego is back. Yep, I’m finding new ways to “critique” Verizon.
I need some help for the new book.
This level of cluelessness just amazes me.
Balance the long-term development of your business and reputation with short-term needs.
Why do I write? Many reasons. Read on to find out.
A few days ago, I did an interview on this important subject.
Are pilots on Enterprise 2.0 projects a good idea?
Why are printer cartridges and cables in more than one place?
A guest post from Jay Miletsky, CEO and Executive Creative Director at Mango! Marketing.
Being listed as an anonymous contributor to an article just doesn’t sit well with me.