Wednesday, December 19, 2012

The five posts you liked most in 2012

I've been slack on the blogging front for a couple of months - for which I apologise.
I'd like to take the opportunity of wishing you all the Season's best for you and yours.
Here, in a lowest common denominator way, are the five most viewed posts I've published this year.
As the office parties kick in - take another look.

1. Google;s Skyscraper -
In which we consider the give-away signs of a business reaching its peak.
2. Create Value as If the World Exists -
In which we ask if any business can sustain if it isn't a fit with the best interests of the world it exists in
3. The 10 Principles of Open Business -
A summary of what we learned at 90:10 Group - and which is now the basis of a business book from a major publisher due in 2013.
4. The Distraction Web Fades as the Distruption Web Rises -
A discussion on our shift from entertaining ourselves with the web to making change with it
5. Facebook's journey to monopoly or bust -
The fear that Facebook is now such a big beast it can buy anything that challenges it

The rate of change is so rapid it's difficult for one person to keep up to speed. Let's pool our thoughts, share our reactions and, who knows, even reach some shared conclusions worth arriving at?