I’ve been a tremendous fan of Flipcams, the $150 pocket-sized video cameras with an interface even a first grader can figure out. The one downside was sound. Audio is more important than picture when shooting video. Flipcams have no jack for an external microphone.
Published June 2010
When you talk to businesspeople, you must speak as they do. Executives only care about training as it relates to execution. Their interest is in moving the corporation forward. You should share that interest. That is what they pay you for.
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Bob Morris pointed me toward this article that appeared in Strategy+Business last November:
by Andrew Sobel
The article describes how Green Berets, SEALs, and Air Force Special Tactics units learn to do their extraordinary jobs. The story contains invaluable Continue reading
Two weeks hence, I’ll be enjoying the west coast of Ireland, just me and my iPad for the better part of a week at the Dolphin Beach House on the Lower Sky Road, Clifden.
The iPad aspect will be interesting. I have many ideas and doodles I want to capture. Will the iPad help or hinder? Will Continue reading
FOR SALE: Professional Library of Jay Cross
Buy them all. I will throw in an afternoon on my back deck in Berkeley going over what I thought were the major messages of as many volumes as you wish.
Shelves of inspiring books. Strong on instructional design, management, learning, eLearning, marketing Continue reading
Gnomedex, Chris Pirillo’s two-day intensive for geeks, takes place August 19-21 in Seattle. I’ve been to the last five — and I’ll be there again this year. Every time, I meet people who become movers and shakers in tech and move ahead of the curve for a while. Join me — it costs only $300 including Continue reading
In conceptual work, the sky’s the limit. A superstar may generate $50 million in value while the average employee brings in a meager $50 thousand.
Several things are going on Continue reading