Disciplined Dreaming: A Proven System to Drive Breakthrough Creativity

Now this looks interesting. Harnessing the power of your dreams to drive your creativity. I’m adding it to my Wish List for next Christmas now.

Disciplined Dreaming: A Proven System to Drive Breakthrough Creativity

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Facebook Pointers From My Friend Trevor Eade

Recently, I looked at 5 Ways for B2B Companies to Engage on Twitter. If the micro-blogging tool is often cited as a social media marketer’s golden child, Facebook may just as often be considered the red-headed stepchild. In a recent post Facebook is Doing it Wrong for B2B Companies touches on many of the ways Facebook is ignoring marketers’ needs, in addition to its shaky privacy policies and recently ill-received Places launch. 5 Ways for B2B Companies to Engage on Facebook | Trevor Eade.

I had lost track with Trevor over the past few years as we both moved from the jobs that had us collaborating on a regular basis. It was great to bump into him again on LinkedIn. Then I wandered over to his blog and discovered this post. Take a look if you are trying to run a B2B Facebook presence.

Let’s Equalize The Right To Vote

I got involved in a conversation on Facebook the other day that led to one hell of a light bulb over the head moment.

Let’s make elections fair… Let’s put a limit on the amount of money you can give to all candidates for office equal to the amount of income taxes you paid. Limit the amount you can give to the parties or political action committees at some (small) multiple of those same taxes. So basically, if you want to be generous to a political party… Fine, just be generous to your government responsibility.

Pay your way in America and have your say in how America runs.

What do you think? Un-american enough for you… Pay your taxes and be allowed to contribute. Paid free speech is a privilege, not a right of the very rich or the un”people” that are corporations.

Thinking about the apple mac add from the 80’s

I have had a thought running through my head here lately dealing with the way the conventional wisdom has changed since Apple took on IBM. What brought this thought out was an update to iTunes that I seemed forced to install this morning.

When I say I was forced to install it, I mean that iTunes would not play anything when I tried to run it this morning. The program kept freezing up after telling me a new update was available. So I finally gave in and updated iTunes.

Now understand, I only use iTunes to download and listen to podcasts, nothing else. I have another mp3 player I use for all of my music and videos. I have never liked the iTunes heavy handedness in wanting to change the way I store my files. It is probably a reflection of why I have never cared for the Apple operating system.

It turned out I had a hard drive problem causing the stall…But, really, couldn’t a piece of software that’s that bloated tell me that was the problem?

Anyway…Back to the premise of that old add…There was the upstart, independent Apple taking on the massive, hidebound IBM. Apple, the darling of the creatives. IBM the creature of the executives. Both projecting their images onto their machine of choice. Apple leading the fight for creative freedom, IBM leading the fight to restrict the user to just the processes the bosses wanted you to have.

My how the world has turned. Today IBM deals just with the back-end of computing and Apple…Well, let’s just say you either buy into Steve’s vision of the world or you don’t. If you do you are willing to pay more and wait longer to get what you want…Or what you think you want, anyway.

Is it just me or do all of those folks walking in lockstep look like they are lined up for the next limited iPad of iPhone release?

blogging my way into my future…