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Last night was the first public outing for some of the material I’ve been working on with my “inevitable” side project, Stamp. I ran an hour long webinar for a few kind folk who volunteered to be Guinea pigs exploring some ideas about developing personal digital strategies. If you are interested, you can find the slide deck here.

At the core of Stamp is the belief I hold that whilst the world of tech provides endless new opportunity for us to be able to communicate with each other, the majority of us struggle to make sense of how this impacts us on a day to day level. Every new opportunity offered to communicate leads to more confusion and uncertainty. In all of this change, much in the world known as “social” can end up anything but.

With all of this change, the opportunities for individuals to adopt new, more effective ways to build and nurture their networks are great. There are no perfect ways of working, and new services are constantly coming to market. thinking digital gives a few straightforward tools and techniques for people to take control of their own digital destinies to become more effective in the era of social networks.

The initial feedback from last night’s session seem pretty positive. If you’d like to find out more, do drop me a line.

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