Monthly Archives: November 2011

Google Wave closing down

Goodbye Google Wave. It seems so long ago that we were all selling our grannies for invites… *********************************************************** From: Google Wave <wave-noreply@google.com>Subject: Google Wave Sunsetting in 2012 To: alisongowDear Wavers, More than a year ago, we announced that Google Wave … Continue reading

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My Interesting Reads (weekly)

Newsroom Insider: Hating on Chelsea Clinton Despite the title, this isn’t a rant about nepotism – it’s an excellent read about what it means to be a journalist, with some great anecdotes and observations on a long career. Having said … Continue reading

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My Interesting Reads

I’m a Lean Machine – Your Idea is a Liability, Not an Asset …”Whatever your idea is, however brilliant, it is a consumerĀ of resources, not a creator. The creation of value comes from the execution of the idea, not the … Continue reading

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How to (not) kill journalism

I read this a while ago but I had a broken wrist and, while I could have potentially used all sorts of free online tools to get my point across, I really couldn’t face it. I was in pain, and … Continue reading

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