Posts Tagged “technology”
Why Google Plus is important for every business online – or how an on-going relationship can be established through one Google Search.
It’s not just a question of a business having a twitter account, or about monitoring it outside of ‘office hours’, or answering email promptly. This is a question of how social media has changed the way any business must think about real service and how their business competes.
David Petherick looks at the history of daylight savings time, and discovers that the Romans might have been on to something with their water clocks…
I was struck by how much has changed in the way we travel in the 17 years since this film was made, and the (literally) far-reaching effects of internet technology.
“We have been doing a lot of work in preparation for scaling since doing a deal with LinkedIn last summer. We were the only non-US company to launch on the new LinkedIn platform, and were sitting alongside global players such as Amazon and Google, so we have been careful to make sure we can scale well. It’s really exciting.”
What if there was no Google – right now? Goog, gone! What would that mean for the way that I work online? So I’m writing this article in a theoretical situation, where suddenly, there’s no Google. (My colleague Zee will write a companion article to this later in the week, outlining the alternatives to these services…
It’s a question that hardware and software makers, as well as internet service providers, really need to address, because there is a huge potential audience out there that will use more, buy more, share more and get more fun and enjoyment from the online world – if only they could simply understand how to get it into their lives simply, reliably, and safely.
“Meetings are an addictive, highly self-indulgent activity that corporations and other large organizations habitually engage in only because they cannot masturbate” – Dave Barry
I don’t do meetings any more. I used to do a lot of meetings. But not any more. Now, it’s tweetings…