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  • That Lenovo would launch “an Olympic blogging platform” rather than a community is dumb.
  • Lets kill the phrase Social Media! I’ve always hated it. Agree…
  • By & For The People… good read… I love that our online design team at Dell gets this not because they tell me it, but because their work shows it:
  • Design, in its broadest definition, is not just another way to market a product or a new version of advertising. Design is a way to create a more meaningful existence, a way to transform a mundane lifestyle into one that separates one person’s life from another’s. Design can change the way we look at the world as well as the way the world sees us. It’s a way of leading a unique and individualized existence, a better life.

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  1. By David Churbuck on April 2nd, 2008 at 3:15 pm

    Dumb is not reading the post — Google provided Lenovo with a platform — should be familiar to Dell, it’s the same platform your default homepage is based on called a PSP, or personal start page — defined as a set of tools from the PSP to Blogger to YouTube. Community is a bit of a foregone conclusion if we’re inviting athletes to use those tools to share their story with the world? No?

    Thanks for the Lark link love.

    And for social media. What do you propose in its place?

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