If you’ve followed the news the last few weeks you’ve might have picked up on how˛ Twitter is going to change the way its feed works. Rather than keeping the feed chronological, Twitter will filter it. This is a big deal. Continue reading →
I’m a big fan of books from inspiring entrepreneurs that shares who they got to where they did, and what experiences that shaped them as a person. Biz Stone, the co-founder of Twitter, is one of my heroes. A kind, hard working guy – that’s been central to an important piece of internet history. In the book he discusses the power of creativity and how to harness it, through stories from his remarkable life and career.
A great read!
My girlfriend and I live in an apartment in Oslo, and we share a really small (but cozy) entrance with our neighbors. I noticed the other day that I treat my neighbors differently, based on if they’re just short-term renters, or if they actually live there permanently. Continue reading →
When we surround ourselves with people who believe what we believe, something remarkable happens. Take 17 minutes out of your day – and let Simon tell you what trust is, and how to make people trust you.
A couple of years ago I was working on an important report regarding a big and successful social media campaign that my boss was supposed to present to the client as soon as I finished it. Naturally, my boss was really eager to show the client our great work – and kept on asking me when I was going to finish. Continue reading →
This is a book I read a couple of times every year, because it’s filled with so much important thoughts that I like to remind myself to focus on.
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Anders Gottlieb-Nygaard er mannen bak Pocket&Comms, han har bred erfaring innen kommunikasjons-bransjen både i inn- og utland. Under årets Social Summer holdt han et glimrende foredrag hvor han sammenligner bransjen med MMA – og mener at det er påtide at vi flytter inn i laboratorium. Continue reading →