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I was privileged to be invited to speak at StartupFestival Montreal this month - great city, great event, great team [thanks Alistair]. My favorite time was spent meeting with startups. At one point I found myself in the advisor tent... Continue reading
Posted Jul 30, 2012 at Deborah Schultz
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May 17, 2012
Beautifully put Brian. Heather/Elisa - thanks for your comments. The Net is indeed Us. I often wonder what it would have been like has social web been more pervasive back then. Of course cell phones were knocked out so we would have been reliant on wifi only. Cheers, D
Toggle Commented Oct 26, 2011 on Ten Years brings perspective at Deborah Schultz
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This year, more than any other, I feel incredibly protective over the memory of 9/11. I have been surprised by a feeling of anxiety and dread during the drumbeat leading up to today and have found myself getting angry at... Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2011 at Deborah Schultz
Thanks! I will check em out!
Toggle Commented Aug 16, 2011 on Catalysts = Tummlers at Deborah Schultz
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Here is a new concept I have been noodling around with over the past year. I packaged it into a talk at SXSW with the title: Dear Miss Manners: WTF the Social Web. In essence, we are living through major... Continue reading
Posted Jun 1, 2011 at Deborah Schultz
Thanks Jack! And thanks for taking the time to post!
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Here is a fun talk I have given at IgniteSF and at Nokia Ideascamp on the connection between Jewish Culture and the Social Web. This only skims the surface of all the similarities but it is a fun start. Once... Continue reading
Posted Nov 1, 2010 at Deborah Schultz
Over on the Tummelvision podcast we chat weekly with a broad swath of people on the intersection of technology, culture and business. Our conversations often reflect the participatory nature of - well - everything. How our current hyper-connected-always-on world demands... Continue reading
Posted Aug 16, 2010 at Deborah Schultz
[Cross posting from my other home on the web at ] I sniffed out a few great articles that echo the Tummel Manifesto - of bringing our human-selves with us in business, culture and tech [whether online or offline]:... Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2010 at Deborah Schultz
Gavin - you teasing me..;) OK - you are right it is an AWK sentence. I cannot believe I am falling prey to geek speak..thanks for pointing it out!
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Image officially launched Chatter this week to great acclaim and fanfare. I applaud their ability to develop, iterate and launch this product in eight months. Chatter represents their understanding that not all knowledge fits discretely in a database. It is... Continue reading
Posted Jun 24, 2010 at Deborah Schultz
Ryan - thanks for commenting! We wrestled with not adding a new term as well, but felt it was important to get across the fact that this is not just a community manager type. Who knows - it is fun name for the show at least! That said - great ideas for guests we know em both well. Would encourage you to check out for more on the tummeling stuff Cheers, D
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Despite my silence here, I've been pretty busy over the past few months. As the fire hose volume of info on the web has been turned on super high, I have felt an even greater pull to connect more in... Continue reading
Posted Apr 22, 2010 at Deborah Schultz
Completely agree that this is very topline - it is a talk to get people to start thinking about the page as a social space and create a metaphor. Comes out of my frustration that many are not thinking and realizing that people are connecting, socializing and participating online not just passive old metpahors - aka web pages. This was actually written not for big IT businesses but for an audience from small startups - designer and developers to large non - tech organizations. It is not innately valuable to have a handshake but it is a way to think of what happens when people enter a site What do you mean by adding political content? What am I missing?
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The Future Of Business by Altimeter Group View more presentations from Charlene Li. Thanks to everyone who took the time to join our call yesterday to learn about our approach to the Future of Business [yes, it's a bit grandiose... Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2009 at Deborah Schultz
Thanks Sippey & Laurel Exciting stuff - we truly want to build the bridge between new technology and big business to the benefit of all! Thanks for signing up for webinar - spread the word -we want input-- this is not just about us being talking heads.... Cheers, D Deborah Schultz Technology changes, humans don't [email protected] cell: 917-848-1016 (PST) twitter: debs
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Marianne, David, Dave and Emily! Thanks for all your well wishes. I look forward to doing some fun stuff and exploring ways we can work together in my new role! Cheers, D Deborah Schultz Technology changes, humans don't [email protected] cell: 917-848-1016 (PST) twitter: debs
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Thanks Yuval - glad you liked it!!! and you are right - I should swap those two phrases! Cheers,D Deborah SchultzTechnology changes, humans don't [email protected]://www.deborahschultz.comcell: 917-848-1016 (PST)twitter: debs
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Grant - they just dont get the future - if you cant measure it they are skeptical. However - I cant wait to hear the talk. My suggestion - put some of it out there - videotape, interview etc and drive demand. Want me to interview ya?
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Well that is America - land of the consumer. I thought maybe after 9/11 we would be able to refocus a bit - but nope. Maybe the country is just too big too diffuse - no excuse but sad nonetheless
Toggle Commented Jun 17, 2009 on Seven years of reflection at Deborah Schultz
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Thanks!!! Cheers, D Deborah Schultz Technology changes, humans don't [email protected] cell: 917-848-1016 (PST)
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Valerie - Thanks! Yes- I definitely want to keep in touch! Thanks for the comment. Cheers, D Deborah Schultz Technology changes, humans don't [email protected] cell: 917-848-1016 (PST)
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IN the literal last year's model category, I still have the first gen iphone. Also, my original brick ipod stays in my car for tunes while driving and TV [yes that] is a 7 year old bulky samsung - works fine - may not be flat screen and sexy but every time I think about buying a new one, I am like why bother.
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Pierre - well said - exactly - reallocation of resources and looking at everything a company does from the human customer side of things - it's a new world! Cheers, D Deborah Schultz Technology changes, humans don't [email protected] cell: 917-848-1016 (PST)
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