One of the most important parts of building online reputation is feeding yourself a nutritious information diet of the best thinking in your field of expertise and sharing the good stuff you find effectively. Clay Johnson made the first part of this point well in his underappreciated book The Information Diet a few years ago, […]
It’s free It rocks It’s completely cross platform It’s better than Google Reader ever was!
This is the final installment in my series [rant?] about the death of Google Reader… Teaching social media in my classes at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and coaching my clients, I frequently quote the words of the great philosophers .38 Special who said: Google Reader is gone. No farewell message. No thank you for the […]
Sonia Simone at CopyBlogger has a post worth your attention on the death of Google Reader: You know the stages. First, denial. “No way, dude, that’s got to be a rumor.” Then anger. “Don’t Be Evil my $%&! How could they do this to me?” Bargaining. “Could a new version of Google Reader really save […]
Angels are singing and the personal news aggregators and curators everywhere are rejoicing…
One of the most important things thinkers who aspire to thought leadership need to do is to effectively manage the information they need to nurture and nourish their expertise… I firmly believe the single most important issue in social media is not whether or not it works to generate leads; rather, how can I add […]
I saw the reminder again today… If you were hoping against hope that Google was going to come to their senses and change their mind you were in denial. It’s time to wake up and smell the feedly coffee! Digg is moving too slowly to help people in transition so my official recommendation is to […]