Category Archives: Business Philosophy

On Web Site Power/Governance (Tools Of Access And Tools Of Service)

Today I wanted to discuss the matter of site governance – who makes the decisions about what happens with a Web site. I would, first, like to prove the relevancy of this topic by laying the framework for such an … Continue reading

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On the Security, Privacy, and Ownership of Personal Information/Data

In the age of online communication, there is a vast amount of personal information/data that is shared. Much of this takes the form of photos, blogs, videos, and even the connections we make (our friends list). To begin, I’d like … Continue reading

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On Social Responsibility

As I have grown to understand just how prominent social networking (and the like) is in our society today, I have begun to question the responsibility of such power. It is one thing to simply serve your users yet it … Continue reading

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