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CAN THE SOCIAL WEB SOLVE THE GLOBAL CORPORATE DIVERSITY CHALLENGE?

June 3, 2017

Something about their communication engaged me. I usually lag on messages sent through LinkedIn because there’s an extra step to reply. Something about this email said you’re a fool if you don’t at least look at this content. And then they appeared in my gmail, where I prefer to interact. Why didn’t they send it there in the first place? Oh, I forget, LinkedIn cut email addresses from profiles so we would have to communicate with each other on their…

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Digital Culture Technology virtual work

DO YOU STILL REMEMBER ME?

How many times have you clicked on an app, went in search of that photo you took back then, or went to Spotify and thought “I hope it remembers me?” Hours later you may curse the invasion of your privacy at the hands of…

February 28, 2016
Technology virtual work

THEY GOT ME

I noticed the other day when I powered up that before Microsoft will let me type in my password, which I have tried multiple times unsuccessfully to make it stop asking for, before it will let me in it starts the wifi – wants…

November 18, 2014
Technology virtual work

Is English the International Language?

  My journey through South America and Central America* forced me to think about the power of language.  My partner and I were constantly struggling to understand who, what, where, even though we spoke Spanish.  Each country had its own version of it, its…

May 3, 2014
Travel virtual work

THE VIRTUAL WORLD IS VIRTUALLY HARD TO BELIEVE

With a laptop, tablet and cell phone, workers are spreading out across town, and sometimes even across continents to be creative at work. For years experts have predicted that the world was shifting to mobile work.  Change was slow and the vision of the…

August 31, 2013