Category Archives: Gangplank
There is a wealth of information out there on connecting people, human behavior and civic engagement. The problem is how do you use it in the face of changing world. A world that is adapting to technology at a rapid [...]
I was recently named a Tech Titan by the Phoenix Business Journal. I was asked to speak on a panel with Jeff Pruitt, Craig Barrett, Wendy Jameson moderated by Patrick O’ Grady at the formal event unveiling the Titans. Here [...]
IN FLUX a innovative multi-city initiative. It demonstrates a holistic approach to temporary public art projects. Influx showcases installations created by local Arizona artists. They are preparing for their third cycle.
Local Arizona Art
This cycle has three Arizona artists displaying working [...]
Clay Shirky enlightens us in Cognitive Surplus that, “the organization of sharing has many forms” and that those forms have varying output values. He gives us a way “we can identify four essential points on the spectrum”. The four essential [...]
For a while there was a #whygp push going on to ask people what made Gangplank unique to them. You can see the results at What is Gangplank. The truth is, Gangplank is magical. It is often cited as being so, [...]
Recently I was invited to talk to a group of science educators about collaboration. I tend to rant a bit when talking about education, but at least it was a short rant.
Derek Neighbors – Hacking Innovation from Kennan Salinero on [...]
The most difficult part about planning an event is knowing where to start. At Gangplank, we plan a lot of events. We have created a simple process that allows us to jump right into planning.
We assemble those involved in the [...]
Today I was a guest on BlogTalkRadio C-Radio talking about the new collaborative economy.
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I generally keep voice memos or written journals around as outlets for my thoughts when I am not regularly able to connect with people to share what is on my mind. I try to purge them into a digital format [...]
If you are listening. A lot of people are talking about a “new norm”, a “reset” or a “shift”. Largely this discussion is around economics and growing concerns of debt. In reality it is about a lot more than that.