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Just like science, the internet and technology, a podcast is a wonderful thing to behold! The idea that we can find so many fascinating things to listen to and learn about is really remarkable and one of the best darn things about this modern world we live in.
If you haven’t discovered podcasts yet, I can only tell you that you don’t what you’re missing. A podcast is a lot like a recording of a radio show that you can carry around with you on your smart phone, PC, tablet or iPod (if that’s your shtick) and listen with your ear buds (or actual ear phones) anytime you please—on your walks, in the doctor’s office or just in your easy chair at home while you’re resting your eyes. It’s kinda like having an encyclopedia right there in your pocket. And they’re all free. Read more
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Today I’d like to speculate a bit about the future. A couple of weeks ago, in Once Upon a Time, you met Oggie, that distant relative of mine who lived in that undisclosed location in that wonderful land of Blogosphere. He was the one who gave poor old Hugo his voice, remember?
Well, as you recall, Oggie was also a great blogologist, a master wizard and a magician to boot. He’s a bit older now and has grown even wiser, so I asked him if he could tell me what blogging might be like in 100 years. We sat down for a drink or two in his office in the house on the hill and discussed the matter.
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Of course you know that a website is a “must have” for a business. Has been for a long, long time. As I frequently remind business owners, “If you don’t have a website, you’re not really in business”.
Yet many of them refuse to believe me—to their own peril, I might add. If you don’t have a website, no one with a computer will be able to find you so they can take advantage of the wonderful things you do or sell. And everyone has a computer nowadays, right? Well, almost everybody.
So there are still some dinosaurs around. And they are falling further and further behind the curve every day. I don’t understand it, I really don’t. It’s really pretty easy to do simple things on a computer, things like email, surfing the web and doing your shopping. All those things make life so much easier, especially that last one.
In the beginning there was that clunky old desktop computer that spoke DOS. Then along came Windows and laptops. Pardon me if I ignore the Apple machines. I’m really not much of an Apple guy except for iPhones and iPads, both of which I own and think very highly of. It’s just that I know my way pretty well around PCs and at this stage in my life the PCs in my life serve me very well.
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You’ve heard that old saw since you were knee high to a grasshopper, right? Me too. I think that was one of those old wives’ tales meant to keep their kids in line. Youhttp://Podcast 128 – Did Curiosity Kill the Cat.mp3 know, and old-fashioned version of modern day crowd control, so to speak, meant to keep the kids from getting into things Mom and Dad didn’t want them to.
So, did curiosity really kill the cat? And will it today? Of course not!
Curiosity is one of those things to add to your toolbox and to take advantage of. A business man or business woman or blogger couldn’t survive without enormous curiosity!
That’s the very essence of entrepreneurship, isn’t? We always have to be looking for new things to do and new ways of doing the things we’re already doing.
And we see that in so many ways in our daily “business” life.