Why Digital Inheritance Matters Paid Members Public
PandoDaily seems to be rapidly becoming the site I disagree with all the time [https://plus.google.com/101225171889950697044/posts/KFFWX2edA3L]. It happened again this morning, with a piece arguing that our children won’t want to inherit our digital music collections [http://pandodaily.com/2012/02/21/your-heirs-wont-care-about-your-crappy-mp3-collection/] : > Passing
Networks and Sociology Paid Members Public
This is worth a viewing: [The Micro-Sociology of Networks](http://www.slideshare.net/darmano/the-microsociology-of-networks "The Micro-Sociology of Networks")View more [documents](http://www.slideshare.net/) from [David Armano](http://www.slideshare.net/darmano).
#csnf - Managing the Modern Employee Paid Members Public
Robert Johnson, strategic consultant at the Central Office of Information, knew nothing about social networking when he took on the talk. 60s: people told what to do without explanation70s & 80s: more communication and buy-in90s: Corporation as friend, expectation of employees as innovators. Blame-free, supportive culture.We have baby boomers, GenX