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Email vs. Status Updates, my slides from today
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Time Travel the Daylight Savings Time Way
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SOCCNX 8 Invades Boston And I will be Speaking on Single Malt Vs. Blended
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6 Months? Has it Been that Long?
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The IBM Ver, Ver, Ver, Ver, Ver, Ver, Verse
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The ConnectED 2015 Edition is Closed For Renovations Until Further Notice
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SpeedGeeking 2015 "How to Manage Exchange Admins (and their servers) with Domino"
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I Finally Experiencd the Social Connections Conference
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Email vs. Status Updates, my slides from today
Thu, Apr 16th 2015 13
Time Travel the Daylight Savings Time Way
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Do Something Utterly Meaningless
Mon, May 5th 2014 11
SnTT - In Which Port Settings Don't Quite Work
Thu, Nov 6th 2014 10
Writing Competitive Pitches #EvangelistGuide
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A Few New 2015 IBM Champions I want To Thank
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The ConnectED 2015 Edition is Closed For Renovations Until Further Notice
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Kevin Spacey Rocks
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Don't Ship Shit! And Other Things learned from the #IBM #NewWayToWork LiveStream
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Email vs. Status Updates, my slides from today
Thu, Apr 16th 2015 2:15p   Keith Brooks
My slides from today's Social Connections VIII conference in Boston. Single Malt vs. Blended, The Email vs. Status Updates Game Email vs. Status Updates as presented at Social Connectiosn VIII Event from Keith Brooks
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Time Travel the Daylight Savings Time Way
Thu, Mar 26th 2015 12:05p   Keith Brooks
Over here, we change the clocks tonight. It is a random event decided by the government. But that is not the point of this blog post. Governments suck at understanding technology, be it farming or digital, they should just stop messing with us. But I digress. While working on a client site I noticed that the log file view shows a time, say 9:45am-10:02am. When you open the document, I saw 8:45am times. Please be aware this will not hurt your server in any way as it is a client side view iss
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SOCCNX 8 Invades Boston And I will be Speaking on Single Malt Vs. Blended
Wed, Feb 25th 2015 1:49p   Keith Brooks
I expect a few vendors to order Magic 8-Balls (US people know what is, for everyone else see this page) For those who do not know, Social Connections (SOCCNX) has been running across Europe for the last few years and providing a different type of event. Not as much of a user group as an affinity group for people that want to be social and collaborative. The dates are April 16-17, 2015 in Boston. Register to attend if you have not already. Ideally it represents IBM Connections and some derivativ
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6 Months? Has it Been that Long?
Thu, Feb 12th 2015 10:48a   Keith Brooks
Not since I blogged, but since we left the US. August 12thwe picked up the family and the labrador and moved to Israel. And it has been the best thing we have done in years. Many of my friends at the IBM event formerly known as Lotusphere in Orlando remarked how much happier I seemed, that I must be enjoying myself. The truth, of course, is not as rosy as Facebook posts, but there is much truth to it nonetheless. Life is different. You get used to creature comforts in the US that just do not ex
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The IBM Ver, Ver, Ver, Ver, Ver, Ver, Verse
Mon, Feb 9th 2015 11:16a   Keith Brooks
Sorry Duran Duran for taking liberties. By now IBM has done their marketing show to bring you the “new” email client called Verse. Those from the outside and even within will say it is the new iNotes or Webmail. They would be correct in that description. It is. But it is also so much more. It turns out, for whatever cyclical reason, which is beyond the space time continuum, Microsoft, Amazon(?!), IBM, Google and numerous others are presenting new ways and formats of email. Oddly enough Faceb
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The ConnectED 2015 Edition is Closed For Renovations Until Further Notice
Fri, Feb 6th 2015 8:07a   Keith Brooks
This is the first Lotusphere (that is what a very yellow clad IBMer proclaimed) in years I did not do any blogging. Not a daily, no recaps, no massive posting. Just one posting, my SpeedGeeking session slide deck. Why the silence? I chose to follow IBMs lead. No fanfare, no big PR team push, no daily main tent sessions, no branding on stage. IBM hit the target, they wanted it to feel like a LUG and it did. Friends gathered, speakers presented, SpeedGeeking rocked, as usual, and somewhere in bet
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SpeedGeeking 2015 "How to Manage Exchange Admins (and their servers) with Domino"
Tue, Jan 27th 2015 1:45a   Keith Brooks
Speedgeeking was awesome, as usual. We hope you enjoyed it, learned something, and of course drank, ate and had fun. For those that ask, here are my slides up in SlideShare, these are the clean editions, if you were there, you will understand.
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Going to IBM ConnectED...ME TOO!
Tue, Jan 20th 2015 8:30a   Keith Brooks
So you, thought you, might like to, go to the show. The annual Lotus, IBM show known as Lotusphere IBM Connect now IBM ConnectED. Well, you got lucky today. I am going to give you some insights to this year’s edition. Whether you have a room at the top of the world of the Swan or Dolphin or just out on 192 or by the Downtown Disney area, you are getting ready for what will be a condensed, packed schedule of mostly hard core development and administration related topics across the IBM spectrum.
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4.3 Billion Emails in my Inbox
Mon, Jan 12th 2015 12:20p   Keith Brooks
A few days ago I had posted some Tweets about my inbox being filled with some unreal amount of emails. It was not: a DoS attack massive SPAM campaign incorrect marketing blasts gone bad large attendee confirmation for an upcoming conference Actually I have no idea in the end what it was, but it was showing mails as far back as 2009. I got this clip of the screenshot where you can see, what may well be a record for the largest inbox, just under 4.3 BILLION emails. After some discussions, bot
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Building Competiitve Pitches #EvangelistGuide
Mon, Dec 29th 2014 7:10a   Keith Brooks
In my previous post in the #EvangelistGuide series, I discussed writing competitive pitches, but covered quite a bit of ground as well. As promised, we now move on to the way one builds a competitive pitch. This may take many forms, and formats, with the idea being the same throughout, namely helping the customer say what they need and why they need it. If you start a conversation with an attack, you put people on the defensive, which is not always in your favor. However, there are times when




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