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Why We Should Remember (And You Should, Too!)

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A series of projects, events, and other activities have prevented me from posting on Yap 3.0 for quite awhile now although I’ve not stopped being out there at conferences like here , here, here, here, and on Twitter among other venues. I find myself thinking, in the larger scheme of things, does one’s value diminishes have a direct correlation to not . . . → Read More: Why We Should Remember (And You Should, Too!)

Are you going Gay-for-Pay this weekend?

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Is your company going Gay-for-Pay this weekend because it’s Pride Month? This weekend is the culmination of pride events this month filled with parties and millions of people projected to visit Toronto, New York, San Francisco … ergo dollars? With the live streaming of these events, more eyeballs are expected to see corporate branding around . . . → Read More: Are you going Gay-for-Pay this weekend?

When recommendation algorithms don't quite hit the mark: 4 quick questions to keep in mind

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As I was prepping for this week’s blog post, I noticed that WordPress recommended that I purchase another domain name. I laughed since it seems the automated recommendation algorithm came up with the combination of terms of Batman and Robin and thought I’d be interested in purchasing BatmanYap.com for $18/year. First off, GoDaddy is . . . → Read More: When recommendation algorithms don’t quite hit the mark: 4 quick questions to keep in mind

Which English do you use? American or Canadian English?

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When writing for a North American audience, which type of English do you use? Canadian or American? My experience with American audiences for the 15 years I’ve worked in large (more than 50k employees) organization is that for the most part it has to be American English. Canadian Anglophone audiences seem to consider either American . . . → Read More: Which English do you use? American or Canadian English?

Your Swag is You! Comparing Conference Swags (Giveaways, Freebies, and what not)

From the Networked Learning Conference in Aalborg Denmark May 2010

From MESH 2010 Conference in Toronto, Canada June 2010

If you look at these swags (giveaways, freebies, whatever you want to call them) you can immediately identify all the marketing focus and weight of these conferences, correct? But does popularity of the conference . . . → Read More: Your Swag is You! Comparing Conference Swags (Giveaways, Freebies, and what not)

Design idea from the New Hotel Roblin, Paris

Always looking for design ideas to share with my colleagues, I found this simple, classic design that may have been forgotten by some of you. Remember single hole-single clasp, replaceable page, handouts that we use to give out in the 80s? The four-star boutique New Hotel Roblin in Paris use the concept for the . . . → Read More: Design idea from the New Hotel Roblin, Paris

How much would you be willing to pay for information?

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Meshing Famous Personalities and Government Programmes as a marketing tool

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Want loyal users? Publish their names | Review of Schmap

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Picking up your litter is hip

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