Reverse technology anthropomorphism is a process where complex human interactions are described through computer technology interactions. The goal is to highlight the advantages of the technology while masking the complexities of communications I said it first (as far as I can determine).
I’ve often written about the inappropriateness of blogging about work.Â It is just is not wise for one’s long term career goals.Â All that being said I still am want to say something.Â Â Well today I did, sort of, say something.Â Â I was in a meeting discussing social media and I was asked if a … Read More “Don't speak your mind” »
I’ve often written about the inappropriateness of blogging about work. It is just is not wise for one’s long term career goals. All that being said I still am want to say something. Well today I did, sort of, say something. I was in a meeting discussing social media and I was asked if a … Read More “Don’t speak your mind” »
Calling my cellphone, to Jott a note which will end up on Twitter and Skype, but it will also end up on my WordPress blog. The question is, will it end up on both at the same time. It will, if I create a Twitter group, you know, it’s a pretty crazy stuff but I’m … Read More “Calling my cellphone,…” »
This is a test post from Jott to see how excellently cool this is to be able to dictate a blog to my own WordPress blog. How more GQ can you get? listen Powered by Jott
“The numerical versioning of human organizational clusters is an example of reverse anthropomorphosis.” What the hell? I’m trying to parse this gibberish and I wrote it. Lance would give this as a perfect example of how we need to revert back to simple english or whatever he calls it. I may even have to agree … Read More “Mocking myself or Web 2.0?” »
I just finished leading my second tour of the facility. It was a small group of information technology folks and thus there were fewer questions. This place is quite amazing and I even learn new things as I give the tours. It is thrilling to be a part of corporation that is driven by optimism … Read More “Touring the innovation center” »