In a time when more people are creating more content and news travel fast I’m a bit perplexed by the rise of magazine pay walls. It’s not that I don’t understand publishers need to increase revenue, it’s just that I don’t see what news outlet would make me get out my Visa. My normal reaction to a paywall is “too bad, that would have been a nice article to read”, and that is also the extent of of it. On the other hand I probably…Continue Reading “Paywalls or content critics”

I realized yesterday that I’m paralyzed! Utterly and completely paralyzed. Why? Because of TIME! I KNOW – we all have an equal amount of time at our disposal I also read this blog post about personal growth, thanks to @danschawbel. You would think that would act as a kick-in-the-butt… but nooo, frankly I think it made things worse 🙂 A month ago, when I came back from vacation, I had the intent to “take control” and “act” to sort out all the stuff that’s been…Continue Reading “Time…is not on my side”

Don’t you just love when two people you admire start a heated discussion about the big questions in life… or do you get flashbacks from a childhood where the parents were arguing? 😉 Well I like it, and since I highly respect the ideas of both Malcom Gladwell and Chris Anderson, I must say this is a real treat! The New Yorker: Malcolm Gladwell reviews “Free” by Chris Anderson And my take? Free works! But not without being clear on the business objective… If giving…Continue Reading “Gladwell reviews Free by Anderson”

Changing blogging platforms is NOT all-the-rage… but STILL I’m doing it! WordPress is my new baby, and unfortunately, I haven’t completely got the hang of it yet…but bare with me 😀 @EricTPeterson tweeted a questions – that summarized MY bad habit. And seconds later I read @AnnLjungbergs writing exercise “Write about a bad habit” – you both tweeted me on the nose with this one! 😀 So, my bad habit is the “read later” add-on in Firefox! I LOVE reading, and with twitter, blog etc…Continue Reading “Oh no, you twound my bad habit!”

This blogpost was additionally written in my former blog, but since WordPress IS all the rage I felt compelled to switch… A few years back I started following a great woman’s daily newsletter. She’s a book publisher that also holds author writing classes. On top of that, for free, she gave away small tips and challenges to anyone wanting to participate. I found this woman, Ann Ljungberg, through a swedish social network called Shortcut. At the time I studied project management and only had…Continue Reading “To be convinced”