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.
Many have predicted that 2010 will be the year of Enterprise 2.0. Will it be?
Read my take on David Pogue’s take.
The new one is a vast improvement over its predecessor.
How are the two related?
How one plug-in lets us work together better than ever.
You learn so much by working with smart people.
Why it’s tough to get away from old standbys.
Check out my Men With Pens’ guest post.
Why don’t people just fess up when caught?
Next generation eReaders will be here sooner than later.
Don’t wait until the last minute to extend consultants and other key non-employees.
In my last post of the year, I offer five simple solutions for the writer’s biggest headache.
I ask a series of questions about the actual and normative limits of technology.
The confluence between a relatively new technology and a more established one (BI).
This book challenges core assumptions held by so many and asks troubling questions about all things digital.
My take on this a collection of twelve disparate essays about a wide range of topics.