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  • @Mikko: Thanks for the list of links and additional content!

    It will take some time but I'll have a look at it. Meanwhile if you fancy you are more then welcome to join the conversation here http://www.andreavascellari.com/?p=3038 or via twitter http://twitter.com/vascellari :)

    Andrea
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  • Hello Andrea

    I browsed through your presentation: 'Future Of Blogging As Marketing & Communications Tools'.

    I liked it. I have also been giving presentations about blogs and innovation and social media, so, there were new elements to me. Especially I liked your visual language.

    To your comment at slide 27:

    'If you are not mobile, you are less useful'.

    We might discuss about time management and innovation here. Or health.

    Let's start with time management, please, look at the following nice paper :

    Perry, M., O'hara, K., Sellen, A., Brown, B., & Harper, R. (2001). Dealing with mobility: understanding access anytime, anywhere. ACM Trans. Comput.-Hum. Interact., 8(4), 323-347.
    )

    or

    a book from Bodil Jönsson: Ten Thoughts about time.

    They point out that is not productive to be online and accessible all the time. So, to me mobility means that you are occasionally online and you tell your rhythm to your associates and interested folks.

    Talking about health:

    Look at the papers at

    My base station literature review is quite comprehensive: www.uta.fi/~mikko.ahonen/riski-extra.htm . Both positive and negative findings listed.

    There is one book I warmly recommmend: Robert O. Becker: Cross Currents (http://www.amazon.com/Cross-Currents-Robert-O-Becker/dp/0874776090/ ) . A stunning eye-opener. A must-read for e-Innovators as well.

    So, it might not be smartest way to spend several hours a day in the electrosmog cloud being mobile ;-) Sorry about my sceptism.

    If you are Andrea curious about Truth (your slide 47) and corruption, I recommend:

    Video: www1.nrk.no/nett-tv/klipp/428197

    www.microwavenews.com/nc_oct2005.html#partners

    www.emfacts.com/papers/icnirp_critique.pdf

    bemri.org/archive/hese-uk/en/heseuk/science.php?content_type=R

    seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/373306_cellfonoma02.html

    www.microwavenews.com/IndustryRulesRF.html

    Doctor appeals: appelle.diagnose-funk.org/ (Please, browse tabs)

    In our society there are topics that can not be discussed openly ;-) Or at least not easily ;-)

    Take care

    AhosMikko

    P.S. En tiedä kumpaa kieltä puhut paremmin, siksi pistin jutun englanniksi. It's all the same ;-)
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