The December edition of Messaging News has just been posted, and my article is about Seamless Teamwork. “I’ve wanted to write a book about collaboration for a long time, and last month that wish became reality with the publication of Seamless Teamwork: Using Microsoft SharePoint Technologies to Collaborate, […]
The David Allen Company introduced a new line of paper-based coordinators and calendars. There’s a great line from David on the “Managing Actions and Projects” (pre-“GTD”) tape series from the mid 1990s about “paper planners for selling to yuppies”. “Made by Meade, the same folks that make the […]
The October edition of Messaging News has just been posted. My article for this edition is on making collaboration tools pro-knowledge sharing. “If you embrace the use of a collaborative workspace platform in your organization—think Microsoft SharePoint team sites, IBM Quickr, 37signals Basecamp, Central Desktop, etc.—are you improving […]
120cm x 80cm Wacom, per W700 page on Lenovo. Isn’t that supposed to be “mm” not “cm”??
I was absolutely stunned when one of the handles of my Victorinox Rolling Trevi came away when I lifted it down some stairs in San Francisco on Friday. This is not a cheap bag, and I expected a lot more from Victorinox, but there was a huge difference […]
Since I was taking three laptops to the US for my presentation last week, I needed a slim-line laptop bag to fit within the airline guidelines for taking 2 carry on pieces. I looked around a number of shops, and of the bags I surveyed, the Targus Urban […]
One of the things I purchased while in the US last week was a Staple Free Stapler (I love seeing how new things work). This little device makes a small cut through the pieces of paper you want to join, and then folds the cut under and through […]
The August 2008 edition of Messaging News Magazine is out, and my article is Identifying the Genuine Expert: The Three Stages of Expertise Surfacing. “There are three stages in the sharing of expertise information through collaboration software: declared expertise, deduced expertise and discerned expertise. I believe it is […]
I’m not in New Zealand at the moment, and so am missing the big storm in my home region of Canterbury, as well as the wider South Island. Look at the size of that tree … !!
Traveling internationally requires a 2 hour pre-flight check-in, so when you have a 6am flight, you have to be at the airport at 4am. It always makes me smile at the utter craziness of what you find at the airport at that time of the day — people […]
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