big data, IBM, influence, social networks

Cognitive Cooking and #IBMFoodTruck: My Review of #Food at #SXSW 2014

One of the most impressive displays of data driven innovation and equally of the best stories of social media campaign hacking at SXSW 2014 came from IBM's Cognitive Cooking efforts. IBM created a small, rather understated pop-up space just steps from the Austin Convention Center.  Inside there was small food truck serving one of six select… Continue reading Cognitive Cooking and #IBMFoodTruck: My Review of #Food at #SXSW 2014

IBM

Another falls – Aaron on leaving ibm

Aaron Kim has resigned today from IBM - as per his blog post.  A big loss for IBM - Aaron is an admired and respected brain; really pushing new perspectives on emerging tech & enterprise 2.0 at IBM.   Its not surprising to me that his new employer was also one of his biggest clients at… Continue reading Another falls – Aaron on leaving ibm

IBM, web 2.0

Blog separation anxiety

Two months ago, I maintained a very active internal blog as an IBM employee within the internal IBM BlogCentral. IBM has impressively introduced tools for advanced collaboration - dogear for social bookmarking, an employee directory (blue pages) that allows people tagging, the wonderful sametime 7.5 for corporate instant messaging, wikicentral, and more.. Upon my return… Continue reading Blog separation anxiety