I must be honest. I’ve only just come across this word. Technostress. Fascinating! So fascinating that I started searching, and found another equally delightful one …Dr Larry Rosen’s iDisorder: “changes to your brain´s ability to process information and your ability to relate to the world due to your daily use of media and technology resulting in… Read More Health check . . .
Eleanor Ross writes for Virgin about How leadership has changed because of technology. She suggests that “Thanks to technology, leadership is possible without making a sound. It’s just happening online.” And if technology enables leaders to manage remotely more effectively, to plan, to communicate, to work in different places in different ways, it has my… Read More What are your Big 5?
At a brilliant conference I attended the other day, someone posed this parting shot as we were reflecting on the day and the work we’d done together: “What’s the difference between eye-contact and i-contact? What’s the impact of technology on your leadership?” I’m still thinking.
A friend sent me a video link for a wine cooler that appears out of the ground, in your living room, at the touch of a button, delivering your tipple perfectly cooled and with such ease it’s bordering on the lazy. Brilliant! And this, on top of a weekend away at a family wedding where… Read More With the times . . .
My guilty pleasure? Well, now I think of it, I’ve got more than a few. There’s my addiction to spending most of my disposable income on my Kindle … buying The Telegraph on a Saturday because I’m convinced the cryptic crossword is a little easier on that day (yes, once, I did finish it) …… Read More Working it out . . .
I like words. I learnt some new ones the other day: data rot and link decay. Ouch. I’m guessing they made it into the dictionary fairly recently, or at least into a more technical dictionary than the one I’m used to. And if you were wondering, they roughly translate as this:… Read More Looking after you . . .