Video games are too damned long – Polygon

Video games are too damned longPolygonWatch the video above from PBS Game/Show, because it’s the jumping off point for our discussion. It also sums up my thoughts on the topic better than I could down here, but I still want to talk about it. Done? OK, it’s interesting to look at what the … Read […]

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An Overview of Tribe Building with Sean M. Madden

On the latest episode of Getting Social with Miriam, the focus was on tribe building and social media. My guest on the last show, Sean M. Madden had something very exciting to share. Sean is an American writer-educator, photographer and slow-traveling digital nomad who has lived in the South East of England since 2005. However, […]

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<p>There is a version of an old Buddhist phrase that goes something like this: "When the student is willing, the teacher will appear." It's simple -- but quite accurately the biggest problem you have in driving corporate innovation. You don't see possibility because you're not willing to make mistakes in order to achieve success. You don't see positive change because</p>
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You’re Not Willing To Win.

There is a version of an old Buddhist phrase that goes something like this: “When the student is willing, the teacher will appear.” It’s simple — but quite accurately the biggest problem you have in driving corporate innovation. You don’t see possibility because you’re not willing to make mistakes in order to achieve success. You don’t see positive change because […]

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Beware of this little-known Obamacare reporting snag

How your company categorizes employees as full-time may not jibe with the Affordable Care Act. You may even have part-time workers who are still actually considered full-time equivalent (FTEs) employees under Obamacare – due to a wrinkle in the calculation formula. That’s an alarming scenario employment attorney Keith McMurdy explained recently. The ‘measurement period’ To calculate […]

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