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The Perils of Definitives and Generalizations

by Hank Barnes  |  May 13, 2014

While it is hard to question the value that the Internet has brought to information access, it is not without its issues.  One of my biggest concerns is the emphasis...

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Situational Differentiation

by Hank Barnes  |  January 14, 2014

After the webinar I led last week on differentiation (replay accessible here), a look at some of the questions and comments got me thinking about the topic from a different...

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Missing the Point, Over and Over and Over Again

by Ben Tomhave  |  September 24, 2013

I saw a quaint marketing message from a security vendor recently that made a call for "back to basics." This is a somewhat intriguing piece of advice to give, considering...

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Acoustic Mirrors and Contextual Communications

by Hank Barnes  |  May 15, 2013

This past weekend my daughter (who I have referenced in several posts) graduated from NC State University--Summa Cum Laude and Phi Betta Kappa  and heading on to UNC Chapel Hill...

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A Few Thoughts from the InCommon ConFab

by Ian Glazer  |  April 27, 2012

This week, I had the pleasure of presenting to this year’s InCommon ConFab. Jacob Farmer of Indiana University and the rest of the InCommon team put together a great day...

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Good Technology, Bad Technology

by Steve Prentice  |  January 15, 2010

I am currently visiting numerous clients in California en-route to a briefing tour in Asia Pacific (the point of which will become apparent shortly!). In the course of discussions the...

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When avatars get in the way!

by Steve Prentice  |  January 29, 2009

I was speaking at the Learning Technologies 2009 conference in London yesterday on the subject of virtual worlds as a tool for enterprise learning. Being confined to just 20 minutes...

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