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April 30, 2015 7:51 AM

You Are Not Reading tagged “Keynote Address”

We live in a world where most professionals are just skimming content. You can blame Twitter. You can blame Facebook's newsfeed. You can blame YouTube. None of that really matters (because they are not to blame). It's not the Internet.... Read more

By Mitch Joel


February 9, 201211:22 AM

The Death Of The Unconference tagged “Keynote Address”

Does anyone remember the unconference? There was hope for collaboration and self-organizing groups, but it seems to have gone the way of the corporate spin machine. I was a massive proponent of the unconference movement (I still am!), but that... Read more

By Mitch Joel

September 14, 2011 9:40 PM

Thinking About The True Tools Of Change tagged “Keynote Address”

The first step to understanding New Media is understanding the tools of change. In 2009, I attended the O'Reilly conference, Tools of Change for Publishing in New York City. Now, I'll be giving a keynote address at the upcoming Tools... Read more

By Mitch Joel

January 23, 201010:27 PM

Dealing With People Who Are Dealing In Social Media tagged “Keynote Address”

If you could tell the Human Resources department your Top 10 dos and don'ts of Social Media for current and prospective employees, what would you tell them? This was the question posed to me by the communications people behind the... Read more

By Mitch Joel

July 30, 2009 6:24 AM

The Lesser Of Two Evils When It Comes To Digital Marketing tagged “Keynote Address”

In a recent keynote address I gave, a discussion came up surrounding Facebook, privacy, and the general public's best interests. It's a story that has been covered in the news in recent months, but the truth is that this story... Read more

By Mitch Joel

June 18, 2009 8:57 AM

Re-imagining The Business Conference tagged “Keynote Address”

In August of last year, I wrote the Blog post, Changing Business Through The Unconference, that looked at a new kind of gathering in which individuals were connecting and collaborating online to create an event in the real-world that was... Read more

By Mitch Joel