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Christine Mohan
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In Search Of Dorothy

Not all yellow brick roads will lead you to Oz, not all you see is real, not all that is real is what you see.

One of my favourite saying is "I never promised you reality" Your imagination is as vital as your equipment.

One of a series of older shots produced for a CD cover, one similar to this was used, this was not.


I have not been able to get on much for the last few days but I will later, I am back in work, speak to you soon :)
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Only 22 percent of workers 55 or older have more than $250,000 put away for retirement. Stunningly, 60 percent of workers in that same age bracket have less than $100,000 in a retirement account.

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Love the discussion of "link pukes" -- Most content sites, be they thesun.co.uk, xinhuanet.cn or nydailynews.com, have home pages that are (and I'm being kind here) link pukes.
"Most content sites...have 500 links on their homepage. Would they not buy a solution like JumpTime to, in real time (!), look at the FloPower of every link and economic value it is delivering (still in real time!) to go from 500 to just 200 links? I believe the answer to every single one of those questions is yes. Yes, they would."

From Avinash Kaushink: http://www.kaushik.net/avinash/measure-choose-smarter-kpis-incentives/

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As iPads gain more work adoption, startups like Taptera will jump in to fill the app gap

As more enterprise workers get iPads companies like Taptera http://taptera.com/ to provide apps that those users need at work.

Right now there's an "app gap." iPads, since they got hot with consumers first, don't have enough apps designed for enterprise workers, yet they are being brought to work, and, even standardized on. Those workers are noticing there's a lot of apps missing that they need at work. Startups like Taptera are going to be needed to fill that app gap.

Here we get a look at their first apps, which do things like ways to keep track of rooms/spaces, colleagues, and events.

This is a trend I'm watching, and will continue to watch for signs of shifts as Windows 8 hits the market later this year. I expect Android will also start making inroads (they say they aren't seeing it yet in enterprises, but I expect that to change).

Are you using your iPad at work? What apps are you missing?

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JumpTime is a finalist in the 2012 SIIA CODiE's in the "Best Business or Competitive Intelligence Solution" category: http://bit.ly/wyB37D

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If it wasn't posted on Google+, it didn't happen.

An Atlantic piece points out that "like photography before it, social media changes the way we perceive the world."

It says: "We are increasingly aware of how our lives will look as a Facebook photo, status update or check-in. As I type this in a coffee shop, I can "check-in" on Foursquare, I can "tweet" a funny one-liner overheard from the table next to me and I can take an 'interesting' photo of the perfectly-formed foam on top of my cappuccino. It is easy; I can do all of this and more from my phone in a matter of minutes. And, most importantly, there will be an audience for all of this. Hundreds of the people I am closest with will view all of this and some will reply with comments and "likes." Simply, I have been trained to see the world in terms of what I can post to the Internet. I've learned to live and present a life that is "likeable."

Discuss.

http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2012/01/the-facebook-eye/251377/

Pic props: http://machoarts.com/17-creative-facebook-timeline-profile-designs
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