This post was intended to be shared privately and was accidentally made public. Thanks to Steve Yegge for allowing us to keep it out there. It's the sort of writing people do when they think nobody is watching: honest, clear, and frank.
The world would be a better place if more people wrote this sort of internal memoranda, and even better if they were allowed to write it for the outside world.
Hopefully Steve will not experience any negative repercussions from Google about this. On the contrary, he deserves a promotion.
I won't copy any more of it here, you need to go read the post in it's entirety.
Think about it in terms of your own products and services, and those of your preferred vendor. Is the author right? Is the platform the most important thing?
POODLE in the repeat
Thu, Dec 18th 2014 2:00p Stuart McIntyre POODLE in the repeat Lately we have heard a lot of POODLE I have already blogged about it twice here and here at ibmconnections.com. But there is much more to tell about it so that the reason I am creating this article. Nowadays when we talk about POODLE we have to specify which one (to make things easier ). Nowadays ...
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BBC: New social network aimed at improving education (IBM Connections)
Fri, Dec 12th 2014 3:50a Stuart McIntyre This is terrific – a BBC Click article discussing how IBM is help local education institutions to evaluate the use of social platforms and analytics to assist students to learn: IT company IBM and Brockenhurst College in the UK have created a private social network to help give staff a better understanding of their students and tailor lessons to them. Students ...
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The Oatmeal: My email is a monster
Thu, Dec 4th 2014 4:10a Stuart McIntyre The Oatmeal nails it…
You need to read the whole cartoon…
Author informationStuart McIntyreStuart McIntyre is an independent Social Business Strategist at Social 365, a consultancy based in the UK operating worldwide. He curates a number of product-focused news sites, is a lapsed podcaster, founded the Social Connections user group and regularly speaks at conferences and events.
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POODLE fixed within IBM Connections
Tue, Nov 18th 2014 3:10p Stuart McIntyre A few weeks back I had blogged about the POODLE bug which had hit IBM Connections quite hard. IBM delivered a fix today ! Thank you for that IBM as we really needed this for our customers. The IBM technote for this can be found here If you need help just comment here and I will try to help as ...
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Use and Adoption of IBM Connections – State of the Market 4Q2014
Tue, Nov 18th 2014 2:43a Stuart McIntyre Michael Sampson has just published the results of this year’s IBM Connections usage survey: A couple of months ago I kicked off a global survey on the use and adoption of IBM Connections. The survey garnered 58 valid responses, and the results are finally available. They are really fascinating results and statistics, and it’s going to take a while to ...
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IBM FileNet (CCM) and soccnx
Fri, Nov 14th 2014 3:00p Stuart McIntyre Last 2 days (13 & 14 November) the most important User Group for the IBM Connections world has been held in Stockholm in Sweden called “Social Connections”. I attended this event and it was a perfectly organized event once again ! On this event I meet several people who have asked me the following question, Can I easily change the ...
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Part 3: Stop sending me attachments, but how?
Mon, Nov 10th 2014 4:30a Stuart McIntyre So after exploring the reasons why users still send e-mail (part 1) and trying to analyse the reasons why people have not changed their ways and how products have not helped the people either (part 2). In this third and last part of the essay present six idea’s to fix the fact that people don’t just change easily. The ideas ...
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Stop sending me attachments!! Part 2: the analysis…
Fri, Nov 7th 2014 2:00a Stuart McIntyre So there are many reasons why people have their habits (part 1), not least in the product they use in their daily work life. So in part 2 I will explore the technology angle and look for causes why tools are the way they are and why a seamless integrated platform is harder then it looks. The idea of seamless and ...
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Stop sending me attachments!!
Tue, Nov 4th 2014 3:59p Stuart McIntyre Introduction Before I begin, let’s first introduce myself. My name is Robert van den Breemen. I am working as an Enterprise IT Architect for over 15 years in a large Dutch government department. I am passionate about technology and the effect it has on the way people work. As the lead in the Digital Workspace Initiative that tries to enable ...
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