Privacy, social media, unbusiness, undigital ideas

Reclaim your data. Reset the boundaries of acceptable privacy. Thanks Google. That’s a good start.

Okay so apparently I missed Privacy Awareness Week last week but I was interested to read Google’s post on how they’re empowering users with greater privacy controls over the storage and use of their data. Whether it’s delivering search results in the correct language or recommending the quickest route home, data can make Google products […]

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Creativity, Find, social media, steal or borrow info, unbusiness

the curation conundrum

I was trawling through my usual channels of content this morning and came across these posts on curation. Certainly a lot of conversation in the bloggersphere has been stimulated by the posting of the curator’s code. The code states that we should “keep the rabbit hole of the Internet open by honouring discovery”. Not only […]

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Creativity, Future of Work, Genius, Innovative retail, Innovative stimulus, Nice products, unbusiness, Work Futures

What if we kept a record of all the random ideas we have?

Looking for a bit of Friday folly to procrastenate over while I garner the energy for another crack at work this afternoon, I stumbled across a new blog called ‘What If They Did’ – it’s basically a bunch of ‘what if’ ideas, a collection of random thoughts across all categories & platforms. At first I […]

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unbusiness, unconference

Interesting South :: A conference of interestingness

Last night I went to the first Sydney Interesting South Conference on ‘Interestingness’ organised by Emily Reed of the Open Intelligence Agency. It was put on by a group at Interesting South that meet regularly for coffee in Surry Hills to just chew the fat and geek out together (which in itself is appealing especially […]

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