Archive for category Communication


I recently attended a conference at which some of the premiere philologist present their work, discuss ideas and network within the close-knit group of intellectuals what was described by Matthew Restall as an “incestuous community” of academics. This is a far cry from my educational background and some of the discussion flew over my head, […]

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Information Filtration

In the world we live in, we have access to too much information. Too much in the sense that we could never reasonably analyze and digest all the information to which we are exposed. It has become extremely important to be able to filter the information. Google has become an invaluable tool in doing so. […]

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Have you ever wondered about the marketing industry and how they’re masters of conviction and condescension? Tricksters who tickle your most primal instincts provoking you to spend resources on things and stuff that you really don’t need. Convincing you that you are NOTHING without them or their product; you are at fault and you need […]

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It’s a Celebration!

I want to take a moment out of my life and discuss a new music phenomenon, Thru-You. Mixing and sampling YouTube, Kutiman has his website and has also shared his work on YouTube. Posted to youtube on March 7, 2009 his most popular video has been viewed over 500,000 times Broadcasting Talent: Then (Fast […]

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Breaking the Heirarchy

I’ve been thinking a lot on the communication platforms that are available to us, and how they can introduce new company architectural models. I worked for a small start-up company. The environment was extremely dynamic; alteration of the core business model occurred often and without warning. Changes in economy (we have those!), new products/companies released […]

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