Monthly Archives: January 2012

Video in communication…and analysis

In a blog entry last week, Seth Godin shared the following clip illustrating changes in the earth’s temperatures since 1880, and posed the question: If a picture is worth a thousand words, what’s a short video worth? While video is … Continue reading

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Siri, the great communicator

A couple months ago I stood in line at the local Apple store to buy the new iPhone 4s (I used to shake my head at people who did this, yet there I was). The purchasing process took longer than … Continue reading

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Mental focus

This past week, Seth Godin blogged about how we should start the workday. Seth’s point was that we’re better off starting the day focused on our priorities than by reacting to those of others (found in the emails, websites, etc.), … Continue reading

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