This post is at once a history lesson, a cultural observation, and a practical. (Of course, if you hate stories as part of learning, you’ll hate me as a teacher and can save some time by changing the channel now 🙂 Let me help with something random.) First, the history lesson. Many web
Time to be proud! And very thankful. I have learned that a whitepaper that I wrote for Citrix Online (the GoToMeeting/Webinar wizards) was voted “Best Download of 2008” by the readers of TrainingZone UK. If you want to read Five Keys to Getting Started with Online Training, please
I’m not much for predictions, but I do a lot of trend watching. A couple thoughts on where I think the world of web seminars and online presentations are developing… Additional consolidation in the conferencing industry As our industry matures, cheap and free are nearly non-existent
Watching Monday Night Football – ESPN. Following MNF – online. Live, play-by-play updates, online, are a few plays ahead. Sometimes one, sometimes a couple plays, sometimes a couple minutes. 2008 weirdness: watching the “live telecast” on TV and finding it the lesser
A division of tasks is not a strategy… It’s a chess game, it’s figuring out which moves outflank your opponent and get to the endgame, it’s figuring out the underlying principles that help you win, it’s the plan or pattern or process or people that give you the leg up.