What’s Your Daily Digital Diet?

Each day we seem to add yet another device, application or website to our menu of favourite (or most useful) digital items. It’s as if we consume them in our hunger for the next-new thing. But our digital diet changes over time – sometimes on a daily basis, with one new application supplanting another. Think Foursquare during a conference. Then think Twitter...

My Kiva Experience – What Brands Can Learn About Value and Re-value

I have been interested in all things “micro” for some time. I am fascinated by the emergence of micro-blogging, micro-celebrity, micro-innovation, micro-interactions, micro-transactions and specifically, micro-finance. I think all of these things will have an impact (or are already impacting) on brands and the way that we do business. Leading the way, in this...

Top 10 Internet Filter Lies

Regular readers will know that I am against the plan to censor access to the internet here in Australia. It’s not that I don’t agree with some of the root issues – but that I think it’s far more effective and beneficial to educate not just the kids who are now beginning to access the web, but their parents as well. As reported by Whitney Edwards recently, a...

Five Must-Read Posts from Last Week

I have been a little busy pulling together the next Age of Conversation book, so have missed this little Monday ritual. That’s not to say that there hasn’t been some sensational blog writing out there (or that I haven’t been at least skim reading it) – far from it. So in an attempt to, as Madonna would say, “get into the groove” again, here are five must-read...

Introducing the Age of Conversation 3 Authors

It has taken some time to come together, but the new book, Age of Conversation 3: It’s time to get busy!, is in its final stages. Very soon you will be able to purchase it directly from Amazon or a number of other online book stores. The new cover, as you can see on the left, was designed by Chris Wilson. And our new site, was designed and built by Craig...