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  • The Enterprise Social Fabric: Putting next-generation collaboration to work

    IT’S A DIGITAL LIFEPeople in the 21st Century increasingly perceive themselves and each other through their“digital selves.” The digital self, which can be made up of avatars, blogs, profiles, posts,tweets, videos, images, statuses, likes, check-ins, badges—and much more—communicates,transacts, and interacts with others in a “social fabric” of ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on May 30, 2012
  • Mobile and the on-demand society

    We face a constant barrage of news in the mobile space. Overhyped product launches, seismic strategy shifts and constant high-tech drama. But it's all to easy to be distracted by the shiny things. The real excitement isn't in the technology at all, but the whirlwind of cultural upheaval that surrounds us.I hear old-timers now, complaining that the ...
    Posted to The third screen (Weblog) by marcus.alexander on October 7, 2011
  • The Social Revolution and The Social Evolution

    We live in a connected planet - one world, one voice? Perhaps not, but technology has enabled a wider reaching voice, a voice of the previously muted, gagged, censored... but no more. What has technology unleashed? A torrent of people round the world sharing images, stories, support, freedom and some heartfelt plea's, but not for money, but to ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on June 24, 2011
  • How productive is the time you spend online?

    How productive is the time you spend online? Or in your email inbox? Could it be that twittering, responding to emails, writing them, updating your status, logging in to locations – all the micro interactions you do every day, every hour – are actually making you less effective? You, like me, might be spending hours ‘plugged in’ but are you ...
    Posted to Bagwell's blog (Weblog) by matthew.bagwell on January 12, 2011
  • Was your year good or bad because The Fantastic Tavern is coming to town?

    I remember when I was young, I worked out that we are propelled through life facing backwards and that we seemingly accelerate towards our terminus. This has to be true as we cannot see what is ahead, we can remember things that have just happened vividly and memories disappear into the mists of time. The soothsayer or trend analyst  simply ...
    Posted to Bagwell's blog (Weblog) by matthew.bagwell on November 29, 2010
  • TFT Review of 2010 and Christmas Party

    What a year it has been for The Fantastic Tavern.  We have hosted events in London, New York and Vegas as well as running our first Lock Inn (10 Fantastic Taverns in one), here are just some of the topics we have covered over the year: Twitter Effect Total Experience Design MVT Trends briefing Realities Cloud Lock Inn (Craft, ...
    Posted to Flynny's Blog (Weblog) by Michelle.Flynn on November 9, 2010
  • How to use Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn in recruitment

    I was approached by silicon.com to see if I would be interested in having a chat about social media and recruitment.  As this is an area I am very passionate about I was more than happy to be involved. The article has now been published and can be found in full here, but if you would like a quick view at what I had to say here you ...
    Posted to Flynny's Blog (Weblog) by Michelle.Flynn on November 8, 2010
  • The Fantastic Taverns hits the Big Apple (again) – From Twit to Twitter

    On Wednesday 3rd November we are taking The Fantastic Tavern to New York for an evening meeting of minds to share insights, expertise, experience and beer. The theme of the evening is “From Twit to Twitter” Time: 6:30pm onwards Venue: Houndstooth Pub, 520 8th Avenue @ 37th Street, New York The event this time is all about the power of ‘Social’ ...
    Posted to Bagwell's blog (Weblog) by matthew.bagwell on October 14, 2010
  • Now that’s what I call Fantastic - The Lock Inn and Fantastic Awards 2010

    You know when a Fantastic Tavern event has been a success when it’s about 6pm the following day when you’re sober enough to actually start typing... I mused in the spring, ''What would happen if we did 10 Fantastic Taverns in one day?'' Now we know! For one thing, doing an all day event with three tracks of speaker sessions, breakfast, lunch, ...
    Posted to Bagwell's blog (Weblog) by matthew.bagwell on September 27, 2010
  • Hear the twittering from anywhere

    On Monday Twitter launched “@anywhere” and finally exposed a plan for well and truly becoming mainstream. Only a small proportion (21%) of twitter accounts are active contributors to the conversation. The potential for Twitter is to grow the dominant use of its platform - as an essential listening tool; and as a result make itself a mandatory ...
    Posted to Experience Planning Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 18, 2010
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