When you are in the trenches doing this work inside an organization, it often feels like you are the only one in the world who speaks the language. Nothing could be further from the truth. There are hundreds if not thousands of people out there struggling with institutional structure and paralysis, or budget woes, or wearing multiple hats, or identifying effective strategies and tools.
It’s that time of year again - you’re weeding through the candidates, considering your options, thinking about the kind of future you want to see, and then voting accordingly to try to make that future a reality. No, I’m not talking about the 2012 elections.
In the 2006 Preakness Stakes, Barbaro, a horse widely expected to have the best chance at winning the Triple Crown as any horse since Affirmed in 1978, pulled up shortly after the start of the race, hopping on three legs while his right hind dangled uselessly.
Testing is important and really good for you but sometimes it’s a hard thing to do like eating that salad instead of a burger.
EchoDitto is hitting DrupalCon Denver in full force: we’ve got our entire technical team here and a few strategists to boot (not to mention Joshua Wachs…our managing partner who’s walking around with an iPad for anyone who would like to come
Tickets are booked. Hotels are reserved. Bags are... probably won't be packed until the last possible second. But we're ready! DrupalCon 2012 begin
Last week I attend an event hosted by The Washington Post company, in association with Ad Council and Google. The seminar's purpose was to review comp
This past weekend over 2,500 people gathered in Boston to talk media reform, net neutrality, and the future of journalism at the National Conference for Media Reform, hosted by our friends (and clients) at Free Press.
I am sitting in a conference room with a notepad and pen- a cardboard coffee fill
As social media develops, thankfully so does its application. Cue the next generation of Twitter - harnessing the platform’s speed and agility to conn