What if you could be heard by a global audience that is looking for just the types of expertise and insights you can provide? What if you could reach them not only at the office, but in their cars, while they are working out, or even while they are doing the dishes? You can, of […]
Tools & Tips
I’ve been doing some work to revamp and revitalize my Web site. Part of that is a new look and feel. (If you are getting this somewhere other than the Web site, click through to have a look.) Another part is launching The Learning Revolutionary’s Toolbox.
Two books that I consider must-reads for anyone concerned about the social and economic impact of new technologies are The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains, by Nicholas Carr, and Cognitive Surplus: Creativity and Generosity in a Connected Age, by Clay Shirky. I read both, I should add, as eBooks downloaded to […]
For the past three years I have done a session called “Cool Tools School” for the Association Executives of North Carolina annual technology showcase. The session is always fun to do because attendees like it and it motivates me to go out and check up on what is new and interesting out there in the […]
As I surf the Web on a daily basis, I try to do a decent job of noting any “cool tools” I happen to come across so that I can return to them at a later point, as needed.
Earlier this week a person who attended one of my recent speaking sessions on social media e-mailed to ask me a question about converting his organization’s Web site over to blogging software. As I was writing back, I realized that when I speak I always advocate using blogging software, but I haven’t really written much […]