Monthly Archives: April 2012

5 online survey tools

Ask most people what they like talking about and you’ll end up with a mixed bag of topics and issues that people claim occupy their minds. Ask a psychologist what people like talking about and he or she might well … Continue reading

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What creativity lurks within online Q&A?

A while ago, I wrote a post inspired by Susan Cain’s book, Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking.  In it, Cain explains that one reason why online based open innovation is so often successful … Continue reading

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5 reasons to get your eyes tested. Why social media is turning visual.

According to Facebook, posts that feature a photograph, album or video send user engagement rocketing by between 100% and 180%. No surprise, then, that Zuckerberg-et-al went after Instagram (even if the jury is still out on whether $1bn is a … Continue reading

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Inbox alert: why email might disappear sooner than you think

I sent my first email shortly after arriving at university.  Over the next three years the number of emails I sent grew slowly but, in all honesty, it wasn’t until I hit the workforce that I really understood the advantages … Continue reading

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9 ways the Internet is changing the way we think

Just now I logged onto TweetDeck to see what was new in the Twittersphere.  This tweet from Writers Digest caught my eye, “The skill of writing is to create a context in which other people can think”- Edwin Schlossberg. It … Continue reading

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