People make their money through ‘business’.
People save or spend their money with a ‘business’.
People are thus central to any business.
So why does it seem that People are an afterthought?
People First is focussed on a new way for People and Business to engage.
We put people at the center of ‘The Business Equation’ because ‘The Future Of Work’ is only part of the problem, the bigger problem is ‘The Future of Business’.
For the past two months, I have been running blottings.philpin.com in parallel with a free wordpress site — all has been working fine, so this morning I moved the prior three months of that site to john.philpin.com — perfect. Doubtless some odd css cleanup as I find them — but random testing says no point in going through it all. SO …. about that Wordpress site … well the newest rlevant post in there is now 2015 — and the oldest May 2012 … time to wander through and see if these posts do in fact provide context … or is just garbage.
Wish me luck!
S.W.E.E.T. Just connected my codepen ‘css for Blottings’ to iA Writer — so now as I type, my preview is as it will appear on the blog itself. Ulysses might not be my blog editor for much longer..
Prezi — a neat little solution for doing presentations that don’t look like Powerpoint and allows the writer to break out of linear story telling.
So why make slides in Prezi that look like they were made in Powerpoint and tell a linear story?
You know what I’m talking about!
Interesting observation about the new iA Writer shortcuts …. In (say) Feedly and reading oh say Krugman (who tends to put headline and sentence in feed, click through for full), iA Writer shortcut grabs all text from entire article and drops it into your iA Writer folder.
I wondered back then if some people were above the law (spoiler alert — they seem to be)
According to Wikipedia …. about three weeks later he resigned.
”Stumpf stepped down as CEO and Chairman of the board on October 12, 2016. In February 2018, Janet Yellen, on her last day as Chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (2014–2018), approved a strongly worded critical letter to Stumpf to emphasize his failures as Chair of Wells Fargo board of directors. The letter, signed by Michael Gibson, Director of the Division of Supervision and Regulation, cited Stumpf’s complicity in ignoring the bank’s poor risk management programs, and failure to initiate any serious investigation into its sales practices.”
And since then donuts.
I guess he’s safe now — or does anyone know any different?
People First - All Else Follows [see also @thebusequation]