The point of reading philosophy is not to find a way of altering one's inner state, but rather to find better ways of helping us overcome the past in order to create a better human future.
Submitted by pacificmark over 2 years ago
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Your corporate convenience is not the prism through which you should be gazing upon social business
— Jay Baer
Submitted by xsight over 6 years ago
Business rules are different now. Don't believe me? How are the banks in the United States doing? How are the three big car makers? How are small businesses doing? You want to keep marketing the way companies have been for the last fifty years? Not a good idea, I'm afraid.
Submitted by lindairvine over 6 years ago
In an actual discussion, the marshaling of information is cumulative, complication is acknowledged, sometimes persuasion occurs. In a Twitter discussion, opinions and our tolerance for others’ opinions are stunted.
Submitted by ArkAngel almost 7 years ago
“Push” has always worked everywhere else, therefore it will work in the social space as well. The problem, however, is that digital social channels are not solely marketing channels. In fact, they are mostly not marketing channels. They are social channels. As such, they favor dialog rather than monologue.
Submitted by armandoalves about 7 years ago
Spotted on T-shirt at SXSW: "Selling out is the new keeping it real."
The reason we're at South by Southwest, and the reason everyone else is here, is that it's the most concentrated influx of exciting, fun, early adopter, tech people who are willing to try out anything at least once.
When you can take an idea and put it out there and have people connect with it, respond to it or interact with it, and make it better, I think that’s sort of the magic of the collective conscience of what we call the internets.
Can we group all of your photos from places in the world and put them in a shoe box where you can share them on Facebook or on Twitter? That’s what we’re getting excited about trying to do.
Fewer than 30 percent of Americans have passports. Anything we can do to help people see the world through a new perspective is great.
Until we get to a place where we have battery life that is more reliable, we can write applications that are more respectable to someone’s device. I think that’s what’s restricting us to creating the best application.