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I am an independent contractor taking assignments where sustainable change in the on-line area is needed. My main contribution to any online initiative is my understanding of all parts involved and my ability to make everyone involved deliver on a common objective.

From my experience in the IT industry mainly being involved in on-line and web related projects and initiatives I have found that there is three cornerstones that has to be taken into consideration and attended to, to be able to achieve a permanent effect of the time and money invested.

Human behaviour - any user interacting on-line needs to have their goal with the interaction fulfilled. If not they will go someplace where it will be. The only way ensure that the goal is reached is to know the behavior and expectations of the target group of the on-line asset.

Technology - is a key component of any on-line asset. There are different layers and aspects of technology involved serving different purposes. The aspects are not seldom in conflict with each other. A successful on-line initiative needs a balance between the different dimensions.

Leadership - is important in any context. In a on-line activity there is a wide spectrum of personalities, cultures and skill sets involved. Everything from the executive sponsor that might not fully understand the details of online but do understand that it is important, to the tech geek who might not be very social but writes wonderful code. They all have to be treated different to feel confident that their goals are reached and that they are part of the team.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need to change the way your organisation uses on-line to conduct business.

Morik Online Management AB
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I say "mobile" is a misnomer that leads some companies down the wrong road, envisioning users on a road looking for lattes. 
Most tablet usage is in the home. I use my "mobile" phone all the time in my office and even at home and certainly in boring meetings, when I'm quite sedentary. 
Mobile = local = around me now. Mobile is my personal bubble. It is enhanced convenience, putting the device and the world in my hand. That's the power of "mobile." 
Next imagine access to all this information and functionality without the device: Cue the war between Siri and Google Glass to eliminate the last mediator, the thing. 
I see companies assuming that mobile requires maps and geography or apps and closed worlds. But I think what we now mistakenly call mobile will be about the opposite: getting each of us to what we want with fewer barriers and less effort because the service (often through the device or the OS: thus the war of iPhone v. Android) has gathered so many signals about us: who we are, where we are, what we like, whom we know, what we know, what we want to know, what we buy.... 
The power of what we now call mobile, I believe, is in signal generation and the extreme targeting and convenience that enables. 
That is why commerce works (and few thought it would on the small screen): because I cut through layers of search and discovery and get what I want -- a nearby pizza or a Gilt-y pleasure -- so easily. This is where we need to rethink media around informing you in new ways. Advertising? I'm not sure what advertising is. 
What we call "mobile" is disruptive in ways we can't yet figure out. We call it "mobile" but we should call it "what's next."
... This is my response to a good Fred Wilson post on mobile; link below. 
If you look at any of the top web properties on comScore, Quantcast, Alexa or any other third party reporting service you will see that they all have been fairly flat over the first half of the year. ...
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At MWC 2012, I brought a VGo robot on stage and spoke about its potential. The robot is a brilliant mobile application that is being used by more than 21 students in the United States, who previously,...
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Talk about timing if this is true...
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Please +Gmail, add this feature!
I'm a heavy user of GMail, I have at least 4 accounts that is use i different functions on a daily basis. One of the best features of GMail I believe is that i don't need to work with folders ...
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Does this in include technology such as the wheel, fire, etc? :-)
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