Manifestos tagged with Technology


Get Out of the Technology Hex
Oct. 7, 2006 - By: Sean Hull
Ever wonder what those folks in IT actually do everyday? Most likely, they are busy defending your company against invaders, inefficiency and wasted resources. How? Here, Sean Hull, “self-appointed International Interpreter for Geek-to-Suit communications” translates just what your technology team is doing for your organization. ...
The Rise and Fall of the Hit
Sept. 6, 2006 - By: Chris Anderson
Chris Anderson, author of The Long Tail, chronicles the history of the blockbuster and explains why the traditional model of marketing and selling music no longer works. ...
The Power of the Marginal
Sept. 6, 2006 - By: Paul Graham
Paul Graham discusses how outsiders, free from convention and expectations, often generate the most revolutionary of ideas. Clever and entertaining, this manifesto will energize you and spark your creativity. ...
Calling All Designers: Learn to Write!
Sept. 6, 2006 - By: Derek Powazek
In this succinct and timely manifesto, Derek Powazek demands that web designers learn to write in order to optimize the user’s experience. ...
Beginner's Guide to Business Blogging
Aug. 4, 2006 - By: Debbie Weil
The what, why, and how of business blogging, by business blog expert, Debbie Weil. Originally a limited release, this critical resource guide is available to you once again. ...
Web 2.0: Strategies and Lessons for Business Leaders
Aug. 4, 2006 - By: Troy Angrignon
This inclusive manifesto will introduce you to the principles and concepts of Web 2.0, so you can prepare your organization for this technological sea change. ...
It’s a Big, Blog World Out There: Five Quick Tips to Building a Better Blog
July 4, 2006 - By: Meryl K. Evans
Evans details how to make your company’s blog better and why it is an essential way to reach your customers. ...
Non-Geeks are Not Morons: The Change Function Model for Adopting Technology
July 4, 2006 - By: Pip Coburn
Pip Coburn uses his Change Function model to contend that new technology should be inspired by the users’ practical needs, not only the technologists’ lofty vision. Check out a podcast with Pip here. ...
Citizen Innovator
April 26, 2006 - By: Eric Von Hippel
Who knows the most about a product? The creator or the user? Take, for example, surfboards. There is a whole population of surfers whose everyday focus is to maximize their experience in taking a wave. The best experience is found using the best board. Thus, the experts are the users. Von Hippel shows us that across many industries, information technology especially, ...
The Simplicity Cycle
April 26, 2006 - By: Dan Ward
Most cliches find their origin in truth, and "less is more" is one that rings true whether we are discussing a new marketing piece swimming with text and graphics or an ice cream sundae swimming in, well, just never add a dollop of strawberry sauce over the chocolate, caramel and those multi-colored jimmies. Dan Ward succinctly shows us that increased complexity does not ...



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