I've been reflecting recently on the Digital Perceptions tool, devised by Lawrie Phipps and Donna Lanclos, with coding by Zac Gribble. It is based on the Johari window and is a tool to aid reflection on your digital practice by asking people who you know quite well to pick five or six words that describe... Continue Reading →
The importance of weak ties
Firstly, I'm not referring to weak ties as in #TiedayFriday, practiced by two of my favourite weak ties: Lawrie Phipps and Marcus Elliott. Their tie game is very strong indeed. What I'm actually referring to is the idea that the connections we have with our acquaintances or professional contacts, which are 'weaker' than the connections... Continue Reading →
You OK hun? Why I have a love/hate relationship with Facebook.
I've had this post in my head for a while and had not given myself the time to write it. Yesterday I think I wasted at least 2-3 hours of my day on Facebook and was annoyed at myself for doing that, so I thought enough was enough. For some reason, Facebook is the only... Continue Reading →