Posts tagged “twitter”

Ten Tips for Top Decks

If you attend two geek conferences back to back, you get to see alot of slide decks. And while the decks at SXSW and the IA Summit were chock full of good content, many of them had a few little practical problems, which would’ve all been easy to avoid. I’ve done plenty of pitch presentations, […]

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Smart Hotel

A smart use of Twitter: I’m at the Information Architecture Summit, being held this year in the beautiful Peabody Hotel in Memphis. As usual at such geek gatherings, there’s a healthy backchannel running on twitter under the hash tag #ias09. The hotel is following the stream, and answering our questions, such as: Who serves good […]

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Why Aren’t You Talking to Me?

This was originally published last June on Stowe Boyd’s blog /message, reproduced here with Stowe’s permission due to my odd feeling of wanting to have all my stuff in one place. This afternoon my best friend Steffen called me. The first thing I said was, “Hey! What have you been up to the past couple […]

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Reboot 10

Nearing the end of the first day of reboot, I realised that I’ve learned from last year’s reboot that it’s stressful and hectic to try and blog during the conference. I’ve been doing video interviews, asking people the question, “What’s design to you?” The answers have been many, varied and intelligent so far. They’ll go […]

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Stowe Boyd Lays Down the Law

Stowe Boyd responded to a typical re-hash of the “connectedness = overload = falling productivity” argument against social media, but to be honest, the argument (yawn) wasn’t nearly as interesting as Stowe’s response. It’s a lovely visionary rant about a future most people can’t even imagine, from a guy who sounds like he’s been there. […]

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