Manifestos tagged with Technology


Against You: A Manifesto in Favor of Audience
June 6, 2007 - By: Andrew Keen
If a tree falls in the forest, and there is no one there to hear it, does it make a sound? Andrew Keen asserts that the same riddle can be applied to Web 2.0. While new Internet technology has revolutionized traditional media and allows everyone to be writer/creator, if everyone is writer/creator, then just who is left to listen to the cacoph ...
Presentation Revolution: Changing the Way the World Does Presentations
June 6, 2007 - By: Scott Schwertly
Today we live in a business culture that abuses the art and science of public speaking. We power up our PCs and present dull presentations to audiences who want to be inspired but never get fulfilled. Schwertly believes an effective presentation can change the world.
The Low-Information Diet: How to Eliminate E-Mail Overload & Triple Productivity in 24 Hours
May 9, 2007 - By: Timothy Ferriss
It’s Monday morning and your To-Do list for the day is lengthy. You turn on your computer, log into your inbox, and…spend the next six hours starting, stopping and backtracking, your To-Do list untouched. Tim Ferriss offers immediate solutions to improve your productivity and quiet the con ...
Lonely Planet: How Relationships Suffer and Why It Matters
March 7, 2007 - By: Elizabeth M. Johnson
As humans, we crave communication and understanding; we crave authentic relationships. And we think that cell phones and email and the Internet will help us find the key to that fairy-tale myth of happily-ever-after that sustains our culture. Instead, we lose authentic connection. Elizabeth Johnson shows you just how esse ...
Elegant Solutions: Breakthrough Thinking the Toyota Way
Dec. 5, 2006 - By: Matthew E. May
One million ideas a year. A culture of innovation. An intrinsic belief that good enough never is. Matthew May’s manifesto shows you how Toyota’s principles and practices will help you engage your creative spirit and bring elegant solutions to your work and life. ...
No Need to Fear: How Global Outsourcing Equals Opportunity
Dec. 5, 2006 - By: Steve Hamm
Here, Steve Hamm asserts that outsourcing need not result in the vilification of foreign workers and the American companies who choose to find cost solutions overseas. Instead, he believes it offers opportunity to those who choose to look for it. ...
Co-Creation Rules!
Dec. 4, 2006 - By: James Cherkoff & Johnnie Moore
Cherkoff and Moore present inspiring examples of open source marketing that prove engagement trumps control in maximizing customer experience and making meaning. It may be a platitude to say that two heads are better than one, but this manifesto features collaboration in a whole new light—between company and consumer. ...
Women Bloggers: Changing Their Worlds, Changing the World
Dec. 4, 2006 - By: Elisa Camahort
Women are the power consumers and connectors of the Internet, and yet, their influence has mostly been invisible to the mainstream media and industry pundits. The BlogHer web community was created to offer a centralized location for women bloggers, creating one voice out of many whispers. ...
The Seven Principles of Privacy: Protect Your Customers’ Privacy Ethically, Not Legally
Nov. 7, 2006 - By: David Holtzman
Technology is endangering our privacy. Every company that we do business with holds a representation of ourselves somewhere in their data stores. Because laws make poor privacy guidelines, David Holtzman presents seven ethical ways for companies to handle our information. ...
Changing the Rules: Lessons from a Starfish World
Oct. 7, 2006 - By: Ori Brafman and Rod Beckstrom
Such seemingly dissimilar groups as the Apache Indians, music swapping programs, Wikipedia, Alcoholics Anonymous and Al Queda have one thing in common: they are all starfish. According to Brafman and Beckstrom, each of these resilient groups succeeds because they are absent any hierarchy (head) and conventional organizati ...



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