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  • T. shared from Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell
    What drives some to accrue power where the majority of their compatriots lose, mishandle, or eschew power? Is it addiction? Wealth? Survival? Natural selection? I propose these are all pretexts and results, not the root cause. The only answer can be, “There is no ‘Why’. This is our nature.” “Who” and “What” run deeper than “Why.”’
  • T. shared from Social Business By Design: Transformative Social Media Strategies for the Connected Company by Dion Hinchcliffe, Peter Kim
    It might come as little surprise that Microsoft and SAP, technology companies, have been fairly adept at applying social technology to their businesses.
    Note: That has to be a bad joke: Hinchcliffe/Kim Social promised to show good examples of Social Business by design and it's support by Twitter and an online community? Oh my...
  • T. shared from Social Business By Design: Transformative Social Media Strategies for the Connected Company by Dion Hinchcliffe, Peter Kim
    It might come as little surprise that Microsoft and SAP, technology companies, have been fairly adept at applying social technology to their businesses.
    Note: That has to be a bad joke: Hinchcliffe/Kim Social promised to show good examples of Social Business by design and it's support by Twitter and an online community? Oh my...
  • T. shared from Social Business By Design: Transformative Social Media Strategies for the Connected Company by Dion Hinchcliffe, Peter Kim
    It might come as little surprise that Microsoft and SAP, technology companies, have been fairly adept at applying social technology to their businesses.
    Note: That has to be a bad joke: Hinchcliffe/Kim Social promised to show good examples of Social Business by design and it's support by Twitter and an online community? Oh my...
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