Posts Categorized: Friday’s Finds

Friday’s Finds #16

I learned a lot on Twitter this past week: Resilience focuses less on preventing failure than on enabling rapid recovery following failure. Cognitive Edge The corporate war for talent will become the war to attract the influential & trustworthy. Trends in the Living Networks Why NPR.org Scrapped The Fees And Made Transcripts Free. via @folkstone… Read more »

Friday’s Finds #15

Once again, from the Twitter files this past week: Work: “And what I found out is that talent is much overrated. It is motivation and help that makes the difference. They [HR] talk about ´talent´ as if it is a thing that actually exists, apart from effort, motivation and experience.” @MireilleJansma Dan Pink at TED:… Read more »

Friday’s Finds #14

From the twitter files this past week: Many US films don’t even bother to register in Canada and they complain about copyright infringement? via @michaelgeist The Search Engine Optimization scam via @jonhusband The corporation is so clueless … that sometimes [change] really does depend on a single individual Our collective challenge: how to empower workers… Read more »

Friday’s Finds #13

This week I made the leap back to Identi.ca, so who knows how many more Friday’s finds on Twitter I’ll be posting. From the past week: An open letter from an actual Starbucks front-line employee (good read for all leaders) via @AmandaFenton When it comes to social media, military is anything but uniform – Hint… Read more »

Friday’s Finds #12

This week saw Twitter crash due to a distributed denial of service attack that also affected Facebook to some extent, but now (via @MiNutrition) you can find out if twitter is down at any given time. In spite of the outage, there were still several finds: Working longer has become No. 1 retirement-planning strategy for… Read more »

Friday’s Finds #11

Once again, from the Twitter files this past week: Research debunking claim of digital natives vs immigrants  via @JoanVinallCox @rdelorenzo @rmazar BitTorrent counters fear, uncertainty and doubt from Canadian Internet Service Providers Michael Geist via @skap5 “Learning happens when a child is interested. Otherwise, it’s like throwing marshmallows at his head and calling it eating.”… Read more »

Friday’s Finds #10

From my Twitter files this week: via @cammybean: The Agile Elearning Design Manual via @CarlosDiaz Reduce your cost with business 2.0 Blue Kiwi video via @bduperrin You can’t govern what you don’t understand via @Dave_Ferguson Meet Jessica (good demo for people new to social tools) Slideshare via @rossdawson Where do you want to play? Where… Read more »

Friday’s Finds #9

Once again, not much blogging but a bit more activity on Twitter. It seems I can blast off 140 characters a lot easier than a complete blog post. via @robpatrob Rob asks 10 questions for all of those who feel ok with the current food system Agriculture – Our Delusion – My Questions Please help… Read more »

Friday’s Finds #8

It was a very busy week that left me little time to blog but I still found some gems on Twitter: via valdiskrebs Nice short article by one of the “key players” in social network analysis — knowledge creation & network structure. via jmcgee – Mike_Wesely #QUOTE: “Where you find quality, you will find a… Read more »

Friday’s Finds #7

From the Twitter files this past week: via @c4lpt – 10 Strategies for Integrating Learning and Work (part 3) via @1ernesto1 – Cheater or Collaborator? via @johnsgunn – Canadians have no legitimate expectation of privacy when they use the Internet via @kdwashburn –  Florida school boosts achievement by jettisoning textbooks ROI: Productivity in a Networked… Read more »