Signal to Noise Ratio & Twitter

I really enjoy twitter.  There are tons of great folks out there worth following and learning from. But….there’s just as many (or more) not-so-great folks out there too.  You know the kind…they add tons of noise to your twitter stream.   They add tons of noise to your life. I’ve noticed that the noise is getting … Read more Signal to Noise Ratio & Twitter

The New CIO – An Introduction

The New CIO is a weekly article about the challenges facing today’s CIO as well as what can be done to prepare for future challenges. It’s fitting that my 400th post is my first The New CIO article. I’ve been ruminating on writing a weekly post/article but hadn’t really sat down to plan it out. … Read more The New CIO – An Introduction

Links for Jan 18 2009

Another Sunday, Another List O’ Links! 🙂  Enjoy! Knowledgeable Workforce Requires Knowledge-Filled Workers by Steve Roesler on All Things Workplace Twitter: It’s About People, Not Technology by Fred Wilson on Silicon Alley Insider Do More with Less by Mitch Joel on Six Pixels of Separation What is the Business Purpose? by Jay Deragon on Sociallutions … Read more Links for Jan 18 2009

Ramblings on Social Media

I’ve been lurking around the social web for quite some time experimenting with different systems and learning a tremendous amount from all of the ‘experts’ out there. I’ve been on LinkedIn, Facebook, MySpace, Technorati and many many other systems.  I liked some and didn’t like some. I recently started using Twitter (@ericdbrown) and Friendfeed (find … Read more Ramblings on Social Media

Links for Jan 4 2009

Ran across some great stories over the last week…enjoy! Stakeholders in a Barrel on Tyner Bain Global CIO: The Top 10 CIO Issues For 2009 by Bob Evan’s on Information Week New Year’s Resolution: Do Experiments, Not Projects by Susan Cramm on HarvardBusiness.org Six Employee Engagement Questions for 2009 by David Zinger on Employee Engagement … Read more Links for Jan 4 2009

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