links for 02 March 2006

nowwearetalking – homepage ok, just to show that I’m not altogether anti-Telstra, here’s a good thing they’re doing: nowwearetalking is Telstra’s corporate blog and is designed to provide telecoms shareholders and other interested parties with information about the digital revolution (often times in response to something scathing that the press may have written recently). Still, all cynicism aside, its a good showing so far. (tags:…

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honestly Telstra! (BigBlog *almost* launches)

Can someone explain to me why Australia’s biggest Telco, and one of Australia’s largest companies, thinks that its appropriate to launch their brand new blogging service…. when the service is not yet available? Why didn’t they at least bother designing this page? Maybe telling me *when* it would be launched. Maybe getting my email address and sending me a little note when its up? Perhaps…

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getting real.. with clients? (can agile methodologies work in agencyland?

everyone I know who loves agile-type methodologies has three things in common: they work in a small team. Like, less than 10 people. Usually less than 5. they don’t have to do monthly profit reports to management they don’t have (external) clients. That kind of environment makes it really easy to love a methodology where you don’t have to accurately define the scope of a…

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links for 01 March 2006

Play the blues – Icon – Technology – smh.com.au a bit of an archival record. An article in the SMH from a while back about the amazing Reach Out Central (http://roc.reachout.com.au), an amazing site and learning tool that I worked on with much love last year. (tags: ROC projects elearning) Competitive Analysis: Understanding the Market Context – Boxes and Arrows a nice overview to the…

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