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Why blog?

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Denzil Meyers asks

Everyone and their dog seems to be blogging except for me. What’s the big deal?

Answers on a postcard (well, comment form then) here please.

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Blogging for Ourhouse

Welcome to the Ourhouse Weblog. Blogging is something I’ve become increasingly interested in. Earlier this month I set up the Beyond Branding Blog which is

Collaboration

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking – and worrying – about collaboration. I think the ability to collaborate effectively is becoming ever more essential

Just Undo It?

The AntiBrand: blackSpot sneakers, a project by Adbusters attacks Nike directly. In doing so they take on what has become one of the great icons

Trust and NGOs

My friend Olaf Brugman has invited me to take part in a workshop in Brussels on October 29th. It looks set to be an interesting

SharpReader

I’ve finally started paying attention to RSS and all this stuff about “Blog Aggregators”. The final shove was wanting to get Martin Roell’s English feed.

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Emotional debt

Releasing the hidden costs of pent up frustrations

Aliveness

Finding the aliveness below the surface of stuck

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links for 2006-01-29

The revolution will be reproduced A shot of pure Cluetrain from Doc Searls in response to Richard Edelman’s posting on the rise of individual influence (tags: blogging co-creation consumerism marketing

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Innovation and the money

Earl has a good post about innovation and myths about it. He quotes Marco Rinesi: But for all of its undeniable power, the printing press wasn’t the source of large

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Sign of the times

Martin Oetting at Consumer Empowerment found this little gem. In a local campaign in the US GM brand Pontiac used a rather unique call to action: “Don’t take our word

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The experience of dialogue

Good post by Chris Corrigan: Our experience of dialogue. This clip is interesting: interviews with screenwriters who point out the function of dialogue in a television show. One of the