Social Media, Cell Phones and Online Shopping: Is Big Brother Us?

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Consider a few technologies that have become part of daily life: Cell Phones: these can not only be used to take pictures virtually anywhere—and instantaneously upload them to the Internet—with GPS tracking, they can also be used to record our every move and pinpoint our current location. Tags: Web 2.0 Is Big Brother watching you?

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The New B2B Buyer Dialog: A Conversation with Kathleen Schaub

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Most B2B companies will readily acknowledge how much the Web has transformed the way they market their product or service, most visibly in the form of vehicles like search, content marketing, social media, and lead management. How has the Web impacted B2B companies? (KS) Even for consumer transactions involving a sales person, such as a new car purchase, B2C companies must contend with Web-based influences, such as rating services and an explosion of peer opinions.

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No Straight Lines / A conversation on the nature of knowledge work

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Today all work is knowledge work because even the most manual of activities such as farmer digging post holes for a fence requires pre-planning using their spatial information system, the use of GPS to position the hole and entry of data when it’s done. RSS 2.0 Web 2.0. No Straight Lines. … a knowledge worker’s waste blog … Skip to content. Home Video Games: Future of education or harmful addiction?

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