Sally Thornton : Forshay : 2015 Stowe Boyd posted this today – referencing and quoting a wikipedia article talking about Ikigai first published December 2008, although the graphic Stowe used seems to have come from here …. highlighting a similar (identical?) diagram here – what do you think? That said, The Toronto Star Article contained a quote …
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The Open Web and Why I Can’t Support Facebook … There is a lot written about the open web versus the closed – and how most people can’t tell the difference. An excellent piece from Alt Platform … describing how readers specifically – my personal favourite is Feedly – could do so much more to …
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I was delighted to guest on Randall Rospond’s Manao Radio Show yesterday. Fun as always. Thought I would share the interview with some of the songs we played from The Beatles Sergeant Pepper’s and Pink Floyd’s First Album – Piper At The Gates Of Dawn. I chose those two albums since Sergeant Pepper’s is inextricably …
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Oracle and Cisco side with the ‘stop net neutrality team’ … quelle surprise! Supporting an overhaul of net neutrality is less about taking a political stance for Oracle and Cisco and more about boosting the bottom line, experts said. Both companies have major business interests in the telecommunications industry. Read All About It At The …
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One day after the Google docs phishing expedition – I received this email. Exactly the same modus operandi … this time with Docusign. Be careful out there ….
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Every time we went to the supermarket, my mom would give me a quarter to play Pac Man. As a good socialist kid, I thought the goal of the game was to help Pac Man, who was stranded in a maze and needed to find his friends, who were looking for him. My games didn’t …
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… when you need to spend millions to protect the Secretary of Education! Touched on this topic before ….. But seriously … Of all the controversial officials in Trump’s cabinet, she is the only one to receive a security detail. … despite her brother running the ‘go to’ outsourced protection company for the Feds – why …
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As I was sorting through and cleaning up this site, I discovered this draft post that for some reason remained unpublished. That is now rectified. I had time on my hands recently and found myself in The Marin Civic Center. It had been a few years since I was there, but was good to catch …
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I have followed Simon Wardley for a while now – and have to say – it is tough to get into the essence of his work – but this video does it like no other introduction I have seen. Well worth a watch.
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