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The Evolution of New Media, Web 2.0, Social Media, Social Business: A Brief History of Everything

Be sure to join the New Comm Biz Facebook Page or follow the Twitter account. So what is Social Media? We know what it is when we see it. We can give you examples of social media but you’ll be hard pressed to get a very satisfactory answer out of anyone. Is it the opposite of [...]

[NCB Best Of] How to Implement Social Media inside Your Company

This week marks my 2 year blogiversary. To commemorate one of the things I thought I’d do is re-post some of my better older posts. This blog was originally posted on 6/4/07 These tips are for all of my friends working inside of large companies, wanting to take advantage of new media but are not [...]

[NCB Best Of] Wikipedia is the best thing ever!

This week marks my 2 year blogiversary. To commemorate one of the things I thought I’d do is re-post some of my better older posts. Oddly enough this is my #1 blog via search engines. Apparently this is still a very popular quote by Michael Scott. I attribute it’s high search ranking to the fact [...]

Technology and Creative Destruction

It amazes me how quickly the newest technologies become commodities. Eventually everything competes on price because eventually the difference in quality become negligible. The NYT had a great article articulating the current reality of this in the World of Technology. $200 Laptops Break a Business Model - NYTimes.com Mr. Title, a 35-year-old new-media manager at [...]

Web 2.0 and New Media Definitions

There is a lot of confusion around the definitions of Web 2.0 vs New Media. You will hear a lot of people use them interchangeably. Even the above linked to Wikipedia definitions don’t offer much differentiation. So while theses may not be definitive this is the difference as I see them. Web 2.0 is the [...]

What is New Media’s Potential?

“Eventually I realized that the world is getting more complex at an ever more rapid rate, that complex problems have to be dealt with colllectively and that our collective ability for dealing with them is not improving nearly as fast as the complexity is increasing. The best thing I could think of doing was to [...]

New Channels of Engagement

I find myself debating with people about the business relevance of New Media tools. For the last two years (and probably for the next two years) I have dealt with sceptics who question the validity of blogs, podcasts, wiki’s, forums and online social networks (LinkedIn) as a viable communication medium. Lately I have been fielding [...]

New Media Trifecta (part 1)

There is a “perfect storm” coming to American businesses. Trust - People’s trust is at an all time low (and for very good reason). This doesn’t just effect customer relationships, but also employee, partner and stakeholder relationships. Do your customers trust you? Do your employees trust you? Do you care? (If the answer is no [...]

On Phenomenology and Web 2.0

What is the big deal about New Media?  Why do people think that anyone cares enough about what they have to say that they start blogging?  If you don’t know, you are obviously not blogging. On my new business cards (when they get done) my title will say Phenomenologist (it was that or Prototypical Nonconformist).  [...]

New Media’s not just for Marketing

Image by Tac Anderson via Flickr If you’ve read any of my various blogs as I’ve hopped around from platform to platform you may have started to notice a trend to my rantings recently. For almost two years I have been chasing windmills and crying for companies to reach out to their customers using New [...]

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