It may sound like a cliche these days, but formal offices are really redundant.
Sound bites from first Virt3C conference at the University of Hully, 19-20 March 2010
Jaron Lanier video on why You are not a Gadget.
Bartering expertise is a useful way to get your small, home businesses pepped up and marketed. But don’t abuse the quid pro quo.
I’m a change agent and a strategist. I’ve done that for over 20 years. Before that, I worked in finance for multinationals. Now, I (also) research how we’re using social media networks to deliver change. My partial metamorphosis into a researcher was triggered by a need to understand WHY social networks suddenly had become mainstream; […]
Do SMEs need a company blog? Tips for successful, small company blogs
There are some surprising results in the annual Edelman Trust Barometer, a survey of 4,875 interviews of people aged between 25 years to 64 years.
I wrote this piece for Wired Temples, the blog run by Malta Media. But I guess it fits in here – because it’s pretty much where my work and research interests currently lie. In December 2007, I wrote a piece about how the Maltese were embracing Facebook, using comments from my online friends as the primer […]
Will Content always be free? Google is starting to limit free access to news sites. Will other content providers demand the same?
I live on a tiny island. In Malta, social networks extend to neighbours and friends of friends and migrant communities in the four corners of the globe. And always, there has been a hunger for technology, learning and shiny electronic devices. So when social media hit the attention bandwidth, people scrambled to Facebook. Over 25% […]