Tagged with art

Art, life and work

I love music. As far as my memory can recall I always did. I usually work with headphones on to block the sounds of an open plan office but also to get me in the flow of work. And it is not uncommon to find me humming a tune, even when at the office, or … Continue reading

The Cluetrain Manifesto on art, work and life

I’m currently (finally!!!) reading The Cluetrain Manifesto. For those unfamiliar with the title, it’s one of the most cited books in presentations/talks on the impact of the Internet/World Wide Web and the social media phenomenon on businesses. It’s tagline is a powerful one: “The end of business as usual” and one key takeaway from it … Continue reading

A tale of tools and tribulations

The story repeats itself, only the characters change. “We need a tool to share information/improve access to information/get people to collaborate. What should we use?” At times the plot gets more complicated as the ones seeking advice bring on THE examples. “You know, something like a Wikipedia/Google Search/Facebook”. And there stands the poor Enterprise 2.0 … Continue reading

A personal note on a personal project

From the past year or two I tend to have lots of side projects, on top of the regular paying job, running at the same time. It somewhat makes me feel alive & useful, besides allowing me to explore different ventures and meeting & working with very distinct people and topics, something I really appreciate. … Continue reading

The art of tea making

I’m currently reading (no, not reading, devouring) Seth Godin‘s new book entitled “Linchpin – Are You Indispensable?“. In a nutshell what Godin says is that the world (and organizations) are in demand of a new kind of “employee”, one that spreads its art – the art of giving, the art of navigating without a map, the … Continue reading