Sometimes it’s tough to be both a professional and a person. Virginia Woolf suggested every woman needed a room of her own to write. To do our best work, perhaps Continue reading
As I’ve discussed in the past, new social spaces and interactions are changing so fast that they force us to adapt and develop new protocols on the fly. One issue Continue reading
Using Google Wave for workplace collaboration and sharing knowledge. I’ve been using wave for a few weeks now and while I’m aware I’m still very much a novice, I’m confident that this is a fair appraisal of its potential and the limitations of the current iteration.
Growing up online: why the days of our digital adolescence are numbered. It’s depressing to see that one consequence of new social spaces is a marked increase in the amount of genuinely awful behaviour performed by otherwise functional adults. Seeing ill-advised tweets, oversharing via Facebook updates and emotive personal posts, I’m reminded of the giddy immediacy of my teenage years, in which I existed in a state of selfish isolation, immersed in the frenzy of the Now.
Last night was the fourth Social Media Club Sydney event; excellent presentations by David Meerman Scott and Steven Noble on understanding social personas were followed by a lively debate touching Continue reading
Embedded in this post is a short film called ‘Photographic Memory’ directed by my lovely friend Lara Leslie of Cut Both Ways, an independent film production company. The film was Continue reading
My friend asked me this question recently, and because I am ridiculously lazy but with an inflated idea of my own worth, and because it made me realise that even Continue reading