Google is getting ready to roll out Google Wave, and while it is unlikely that I’ll get an invite, I can still be remarkably interested in what could be a product that will solve some of the problems that I see in how to develop smaller communities of interests around colleges, friends, and others that are a more private and inviting environment than what currently exists as an option for people.
Archive for September, 2009
Whether you like it or not, you already have a digital footprint that you can’t fully control. People are talking about you; dissecting you; and making decisions about you every day of the week.
You don’t even have to be online to have a digital footprint – people and businesses that don’t have an active web presence are being talked about. By their customers; their clients; their past and futures. So if all this talk is going on and you’re late to the party, isn’t it already too late?
Anyone who writes a regular blog knows about writers block. But no matter how much time you spend staring at that blank page, the article just never writes itself.
So how do you overcome writers block?
Here are a few tips.
It’s not that there aren’t plenty of topics to write about, the problem is we often feel we need to say something new. The reality is that not much is genuinely new. We all stand on the shoulders of giants. (more…)