I was speaking with someone recently and they asked how I look after the ‘crown jewels’ of my ideas. These are, apparently, the ideas which are the most precious and protected bits of content which I don’t share since they are the most valuable. But I don’t have any. All my ideas have been published… Read More Crown Jewels of content
I wrote on Tuesday about how good ideas age. On the same day, Seth Godin published a post that good ideas feel early. Both sides of the same coin, both right, both limiting. More interesting is the lucky coincidence can be considered by two people on opposite sides of the planet and publish them the… Read More What are the chances?
In a blog post last week, Seth Godin (always an informative read) came up with this comment: The problem with faux is that it’s not enough. Is that the problem with learning? We’re conditioned from childhood that unless we’re in a classroom it’s not ‘real’ learning. Until the digitally resident generation are in charge, alternatives… Read More Real learning
It’s a rare day when I disagree with Seth Godin but Monday was one of them. In his blog post about data he said: Reassurance isn’t going to come from more data–that’s a stall. The disagreement I have is that LnD rarely collects the right data. We’re so focused on input metrics – how much,… Read More Mo’ data
Seth Godin published this yesterday and it describes one of the problems we have in LnD. It feels like we’ve wanted to create buildings for too long. They’re a certain size and shape, have certain access points, are contained and manageable, serviceable on our terms, our conditions, our terms. If we build roads, we have… Read More Road building