Last week, I spoke at UX Thursday, a wonderful event masterminded by User Interface Engineering and Vitamin T. I shared the pain and pleasure of launching our product, ContentWRX. These slides provide a glimpse of my talk.
Next week, I’m off to San Jose, CA to present at Intelligent Content Conference (spearheaded by the dynamic content duo of Ann Rockley and Scott Abel). The theme? Breaking down content silos. I’m enthused because the theme is a longstanding concept with new implications today. What hasn’t changed, of course, is the terrible consequence of leaving silos intact. Your content efforts will inevitably stall. Read More >
As part of a quest to eat a more healthful diet, I recently picked the documentary “Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead” as the night’s edutainment.
The story resonated at first. I watched Australian entrepreneur Joe Cross shed 100 pounds and cure his auto-immune disorder through a juice diet and then take his trusty juicer on the road to spread his message. Read More >
At Content Science, we enjoy few things more than talking with smart clients and colleagues about their challenges and successes with digital content. So, it’s no surprise that we feature interviews filled with stories that teach and inspire on this blog, Content Insights. We’ve assembled our 2013 conversations here. New to our blog? So busy you missed one of our content interviews? Read More >
As the year winds down, we’ve selected our favorite 2013 Content Insights essays to share with you. Seth Godin recently suggested sometimes your best work is not your most popular work. In that spirit, we’ve curated a mix of essays that were popular and essays that are worth a first look—or a closer look.
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