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Browser Wars

Dave Kinnear 1-On Leadership, 4-ExtPost

Background: It has been my practice to use multiple browsers on my PC. I have one, MS Edge, set up to be my “daily driver.” When I launch it, it automatically opens what I need for work—G-mail, Calendar, Contacts, LinkedIn, Twitter, my E-mail account at CSUF, and a Blank page in case I want to go elsewhere quickly. I set …

Modern technologies in use

Big Data, NAI, and Manipulation

Dave Kinnear 1-On Leadership

Signals Everywhere No matter where I go, I leave a digital trail. In my office, I am pretty much connected to the internet 12 hours a day. My ISP knows what web sites I go to (except when I fire up my VPN). And of course each website I visit tracks what I look for there. Google logs all my …

Shoot yourself in the foot.

To Sell Is Unethical

Dave Kinnear 1-On Leadership, 3-LI

Well, I suspect that the title got some emotional responses. I am sure to see many emails from my friends in sales. So I might as well get started. Sell: to deliver or give  up in violation of duty, trust, or loyalty and especially for personal gain Betray – often used with out <sell out their country> (a) to give …

Advertising Sucks

Advertising is Almost Always Irrelevant

Dave Kinnear 1-On Leadership

Advertising Sucks I try hard to find differing views on topics of interest to mitigate confirmation bias as much as possible. Still, it’s a good feeling to have someone like Jeff Jarvis agree with me on a hot topic such as advertising! Over on his Buzz Machine blog post, Advertising Sucks, he goes to great lengths to explain why advertising …