Safe Mode

I spent some time this past weekend working through some problems I was having on my home computer with Mozilla Firefox. After doing a little research, I found the way through the problem by using the safe mode Mozilla provided. What a brilliant option! We’ve talked often about the need to tolerate failure in order […]

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Intranet Ignorance is NOT Bliss – Part 2

A constructive conversation is one that leads to greater understanding. While blogging sometimes feels like a solitary activity, occasionally readers pay a writer the compliment of commenting on her work. Then the conversation begins. When the participants in that conversation are good-natured and well-intended, that conversation can become a constructive one that leads to greater […]

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Who Needs to Know?

“Who needs to know?” This is a question we ask often. Unfortunately, it is a question we do not always answer correctly. Sure, we might identify the obvious people, based on our personal experience or knowledge. However, we occasionally forget some key people, and there may be yet others of whom we are completely unaware. […]

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Dave Snowden Keynote: Big Data vs Human Data #KMWorld

Speaker: Dave Snowden, Founder & CSO, Cognitive Edge [These are my notes from the KMWorld 2013 Conference. Since I’m publishing them as soon as possible after the end of a session, they may contain the occasional typographical or grammatical error. Please excuse those. To the extent I’ve made any editorial comments, I’ve shown those in brackets.] Session Description: Will […]

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Keynote: Scott Klososky – Technology, Trends and the Catalytic Impacts on Law Firms

Scott Klososky is Principal at Future Point of View, an Enterprise Social Technology Expert and a Startup Pioneer. In this keynote address he will discuss how to achieve technology mastery at an enterprise level and how to connect more closely with clients. Future Point of View is a technology strategy firm that focuses on teaching technology to […]

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