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Generation Y, Millennials, Generation C (for Connected), sometimes even (perhaps incorrectly), the iGeneration. These are the labels that haunt the members of my generation. The large groups of people spanning decades before me are called Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and a wealth of other names, each with their own negative and positive attributes.
"Baby Boomers are…Continue
"Anywhere, anytime is the new normal for people,"
says Rick Engle, Principle Windows Specialist, Microsoft. It's true, 29% of people claim to be the type of worker that is on call at off hours and in alternative locations. The workforce is going mobile and government has been trying to catch up. Throughout many blogs, interviews, and webinars we have discussed the issues that federal agencies face when…Continue
Today I had the privilege to attend the Sadat Lecture for Peace hosted at the University of Maryland (UMD), College Park. The Anwar Sadat Chair for Peace and Development, named for Egypt's past president, the late Anwar El-Sadat, has organized these lectures since 1997 to promote leadership in the mission to gain peace. Past lectures have been delivered by former President Jimmy Carter, Henry Kissinger, former President of Israel Ezer Weizman, and Nelson Mandela. Today, the…Continue
The question of whether Twitter can keep its strong-hold on fast news and government communications is looming.
Between the Associated Press hack, the fake Boston bomber accounts, and the less than tactful tweets by some politicians, Twitter is proving that the speed at which it spreads information that made it so popular could be its downfall.
There is also the issue of security, and with Twitter working more on urging…Continue