According to CMS Wire, Forrester Research Chief Executive Officer George Colony said, “within 15 years CEOs will need to know the ins and outs of new media, social network technologies and social communities before they get the job.” (emphasis mine)
15 years? I’m scratching my head. The Web 2.0 is relevant today. E.g., Facebook has over 400 million users right now. Fifteen years from now passes through several generations of new technology!
For Colony’s sake, I hope CMS Wire misquoted or he misspoke. I’ll tweet him and see what he says.
Amazing: Massachusetts lets for-profit companies advertise on its capitol!
The Celtics and Bruins are for-profit commercial firms owned by Wycliffe Grousbeck and Jeremy Jacobs. For-profit as in the same kind of corporate entity as Exxon, Microsoft, and Citibank.
I’d love someone to do an open records request and see how much Wycliffe and Jeremy paid Massachusetts for this. I’ll bet nothing!
This appears sleazy. But what else should I expect from the state of the Kennedy dynasty and John Kerry?
Well, kind of: “Our business now too many times is a fat kid in a t-shirt in his mother’s basement eating Cheetos and writing his blogs.” (source)
I’m not fat, I live in my own house, and I don’t eat Cheetos, but I do wear t-shirts. Oh, and my blog was the source for one of his station’s broadcasted stories.