Author Archives: 1degree

Networking

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I was going to write an article about the relative values of push technology impact-fulness and social media modality vs. the interdependence of the net’s attributes in relative terms to the usability of phase-based non-Net exigencies. But I didn’t know what the hell that meant. I was involved in a few associations and as part of that work, I go… Read more »

Four Things Managers Should Know

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 tip #1 When someone tells you how to run your business – you will go out of business Never let the lawyers, accountants or consultants (and any other folks for that matter) tell you how to run your business. Trust your instincts. Trust your facts and trust yourself. You are the boss, don’t let doubts creep into your mojo! tip #2… Read more »

How Sun Tzu’s legendary Principles of War are actually awesome present-day lifehacks

When you think of Sun Tzu and the Art of War, what comes to mind? Do you think 6th-century warriors, battlefields and an epic battle between good and evil? No? Well, good. Despite its rather grim title, the legendary tome addresses and outlines the appropriate strategies for battle – on the field and of the mind – in short, how to win the battle… Read more »

In the news … April 13, 2018

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MOZILLA DIAGNOSES THE HEALTH OF THE GLOBAL INTERNET THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN platforms and their users has never been more fraught. To see the evidence, look no further than Congress today, where Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify about how his company reportedly mishandled data belonging to up to 87 million people by allowing it to get into the hands of… Read more »

In the news … April 12, 2018

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David Johnston: Canada’s strong culture of giving is in danger The generosity of Canadians is unquestionable. According to tax filer data, Canadians give more than $14 billion annually to charities. But our strong culture of giving—which is so essential to our quality of life—is increasingly at risk. The Rideau Hall Foundation (RHF), in partnership with Imagine Canada, has just released… Read more »