By Martijn Linssen on August 1, 2011
I’ve made the mistake once again: underestimating an enterprise’s business and process flow while looking at it from a conceptual or logical point of view, before hitting what we call the physical layer. Call me an idiot please, yes you can.
Let me use a few metaphors and make this an easy one to understand. I’ll follow the model above.
My client sells candy. Red, green and blue.
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By Martijn Linssen on July 20, 2011
I’m not a very vain man, if at all, but every now and then I Google for “martijn linssen” to see what comes up. I only check the first page, and see how the order is for the first five: those should contain this blog (number one), my Twitter account and my LinkedIn account. Currently […]
By Martijn Linssen on June 27, 2011
I had a small discussion about code and comments with Bob MacNeal. Bob thinks that Commented out code is the same as a comment – Litter. Don’t litter. I strongly disagree, although we had a nice conversation. It turned out that @MartijnLinssen I’m an average coder at best, but I like clean code. I’ve made […]
By Martijn Linssen on May 31, 2011
On the 24th of May 2011, Mez Merrett sent out a brilliant tweet: If you prefer TWITTER over FB then please retweet, i’m trying to show @Jessmayporter how far one tweet can actually go, Thanks for helping Mez has a hot avatar and bio, so does Jessika. The tweet is hot too: it’s got the […]
By Maksim Ovsyannikov on March 30, 2011
Data has value, right? Well, be careful! Social web offers many data points that are nothing but “puke”. Basing decisions on data puke can only cause nausea for your business. Tune in, and let me know what you think.
By Martijn Linssen on February 8, 2011
Of all the Social Tools out there, most if not all of it is free text to the power of three. Notwithstanding the huge progress made – getting conversations in writing and saving them for eternity – it gets increasingly harder to make heads or tails of them. Why favour conversation or thread A over […]
By Martijn Linssen on February 1, 2011
Today I attended the launch of Tibco’s tibbr in London. A perfectly short and great event of a few hours with excellent food, drinks, very interesting speakers and some great panel remarks – not in that order. Ram Menon, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Marketing presented a very clear overview emphasizing the punch-line: when information […]
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By Martijn Linssen on January 24, 2011
And yes, it is a big wet dream to begin with, for all those self-promoters out there overshadowing the few good and helpful answers that are given on the platform. An ingenious tweet from Olivier Blanchard in a rather long conversation with David Armano pushed me to this post: @armano Quora is almost like a […]
By Martijn Linssen on January 22, 2011
A small post about punctuation – in my general writing, and tweets If you haven’t noticed, I leave out a period at the end of every paragraph – on this blog, when I comment here and there, in emails – period (pun intended) I think the following whitespace makes it perfectly clear that a paragraph […]
By Martijn Linssen on January 14, 2011
Yammer announced a new feature yesterday: Leaderboards Leaderboards gives users access to statistics about their network activity. The Leaderboards include: Most Liked Members: Top 10 users whose messages have received the most ‘Likes’ Most Replied to Members: Top 10 users whose messages have received the most replies Members with the Most Posts: Top 10 users […]
By Martijn Linssen on January 11, 2011
A tweet by Bertrand Duperrin started this post: @ITSinsider @thecr our decision to RT or not should not be made on agreement but on value for our followers. That was an answer to Susan Scrupski’s opinion on what she deems fit to RT: @TheCR I only RT the tweets of members I think provide great […]
By Martijn Linssen on December 28, 2010
It’s the most widespread lie across IT. Translated from seller to buyer, it says: just buy our stuff, it’s great, pretty soon everyone will have it and then you’ll have the advantage over all the others. It’s how hypes made it in, trends, useful stuff too, but also ERP and CRM trying to take the […]
By Martijn Linssen on December 20, 2010
After the publication of Digital Surgeons’ Facebook versus Twitter infographic this week, it got quickly republished everywhere, and ReTweeted. Currently, the words “facebook twitter infographic” still get 4.2 tweets per minute Pretty huge hey? GigaOm, TheNextWeb and ZDNet are a few of those who republished the nice and shiny graphic- apparently called infographic these days […]