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I posted this info over at newmediadayton.com, but I’ll share it hear as well:   DIY Tips & Strategies to Leverage The Power of Video January 13, 2017: 12p – 1p Video has been hot on the internet for some time, but what’a next. What do you need to know when selecting equipment, or when you […]

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AirPods .. Just Magic

by Rick on December 30, 2016

in Leadership

I received a set of AirPods on December 19th. I am not going to make this a long post since so much has been written about them. A quick search will surface reviews from so many great bloggers. Let me just say this, they are great. They fit my ears, sound great, and the battery […]

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Rules?

by Rick on June 18, 2014

in Change,Leadership

One of my favorite Sir Richard Branson quotes: “You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over.” Rules, status quo .. don’t be afraid to challenge the status quo!   

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The next time someone tells you ‘that’s a dumb idea’, or ‘it can’t be done’, remember this from a 1876 Western Union internal memo: “This ‘telephone’ has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication. The device is inherently of no value to us.” Rick

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– Oculus Rift – Sony Handycam – Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector – Vizio’s $1,000 4K Television – Pebble Steel – Intel Smart Earbuds – Razer’s Project Christine – Mophie Space Pack (one of my fav) – GoldenEar SuperCinema 3D Array XL – DoorBot Check out the full article Rick

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You are so creative …

by Rick on April 1, 2012

in Leadership

Have you ever said this to someone? Perhaps you ask yourself how you can become more creative? While some may argue the point, I believe creativity can be learned. Further, I do not think there are age, gender or other limitations. Like other aspects of life, we tend to limit ourselves! By applying a few […]

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Have you ever thought about how much data is generated for consumption on the internet? To be honest, I have a hard time comprehending these numbers: Try 988 billion Gigabytes of digital information, all created by the end of 2010. This includes user-generated content by some “1.6 billion internet users.” (See “How much data do […]

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Yesterday I attended the Crystal Classic Show Choir contest in Fairfield, Ohio.  (I had a great time, but that is another post). It was a 90 minute drive each way which allowed me time to listen to a few presentations from TED.   One that hit the mark for me was a recent presentation by James […]

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Over the weekend, I listened to the latest ecorner podcast (Standford University Entrepreneurship Center). The speaker was Steve Case, the founder, former CEO and Chairman of America Online (AOL). He is currently the CEO of Revolution, a holding company that helps build companies. Mr. Case’s spoke about three keys to be a successful entrepreneur: People, […]

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Buzzing Buzz

by Rick on February 18, 2010

in Leadership

Yes, Google has launched a new social media platform called Buzz:). I know, you have heard all about it. In fact, maybe you are tried of hearing about it. Well, have you heard the legal buzz about Buzz? Let’s back up a bit. Two days after the launch of Buzz, Todd Jackson, Product Manger for […]

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