Category Archives: Digital Identity

DIGITAL ATHENS/DIGITAL SPARTA

As we continue to move into the digital frontiers it may be helpful to see cyberspace in terms of maps, one of which would have a pole marked Digital Athens, the other marked Digital Sparta. We live between the poles … Continue reading

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MINIFESTO – Easter note to myself

I am not the tool – technology will be of service or I will not use it I am more than the sum of my data – It is my data and I decide who sees and shares it I … Continue reading

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THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT: IT’S CALLED YOU!

Not too many people can own homes these days, but they can have fairly inexpensive access to their digital house in cyberspace, via mobile phones, tablets, laptops, etc. And then begins the work of keeping up with the Jones’. It’s … Continue reading

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YOUR AUDIENCE SHOULD BE YOURSELF

With the mad rush to Social Media, personal branding and all the other non-essential madness taking place, be sure YOU don’t get left behind. Unless you’ve got a Paris Hilton complex, your audience should be yourself. Critical and reflective thinking only … Continue reading

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Personal Branding: How Not to Become a Box of Soap

There are two big shifts happening in culture as we transition to digital – the move from individualism to being viewed as an individual, marketable data point, and the move to becoming a collaborative society. Beyond Tocqueville’s Telescope: The Personalized … Continue reading

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