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Lab notes

Tom, while I can never vote for you, as I live on the other side of the world, I think you're setting the standard with your digital pledges as a part of your election campaign. You are doing great work as a digitally engaged politician...

To all the self-selecting social media fanboys and fangirls who think their world of marketing, SEO, PR, digital design and the like is the zenith of what social media is about. Wake up people! The word you're looking for is nadir. Look it up. It's not...

Next Thursday, I'm speaking at the Technology to Drive Growth workshop at the National Growth Summit conference in Sydney. I'll be doing a short presentation entitled Cluetrains, Conversations, Trust and Openness that I hope will open some eyes to the opportunities businesses can realise if they...

An emergent theme of my posts of late has been change. Whether that's technology, user experience, reform of education, public sector and government, conferences or business (including my own), it's a constant. Image by trib via Flickr Equally, I've had many conversations in physical...

This is how you do a public service announcement. It's a part of the Embrace This campaign. They've extended to other social media as well, including Facebook. It hits all the right notes - family, love, fear, death, safety. There's no way you can't engage. Their research...

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="480" caption="Image by takomabibelot via Flickr"][/caption] My daughter begins high school next week. And as she does, the Federal government and the various state governments continue to trumpet their triumphs in their so-called Building the Education Revolution plan. As yet, I've seen no revolution...