Tag Archives: Google

Anonymous “Swarm” Outgames Google Algorithm

Posted 10 August 2010 | By | Categories: Technology Landscape | 2 Comments

Tweet The Washington post recently published this article “4chan users seize internet’s power for mass disruptions” which dovetails with my recent synopsis “America, Please Get Ready To Swarm” suggesting that a Gartner Inc., report may be prescient in predicting an online “mob” approach to completing traditional work tasks or any other temporary community goal, good […]


America, Please Get Ready To Swarm

Posted 05 August 2010 | By | Categories: Digital Publishing, Technology Landscape | 2 Comments

Tweet Have you ever walked into a 7/11 store at an all-night self-service gas station in the United States and pitied the poor soul working the graveyard shift? In the next 10 years that person could be you as your traditional job morphs into a 24/7 standby shift randomly interrupted by digital ‘tasks’ in the […]


The Dude Abides: A Lesson in Changing Your Company Name

Posted 02 July 2010 | By | Categories: Technology Landscape | 11 Comments

Tweet Folks, there is a battle underway between two sides of your brain, the left and right, for control of your destiny and ultimately your success. Before I get to the topic of this article headline, let me explain what I mean by what I just said. The left side wants to analyze, deliberate and […]