If we want to understand the future, it helps to appreciate the past. Check out the painstaking efforts required to create a page of newspaper or magazine print in the 1970′s. Today anyone can complete this task in a matter of minutes with a low cost computer and home printer, but we know that even this process will almost certainly be even simpler in the future. That’s the thing about technological progress, it just gets faster and faster. We’d better just get used to it.
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Thanks for stopping by. I'm Allister Frost, founder of Wild Orange Media, digital marketing specialist, coach, speaker and lecturer. I've been enthusiastically creating socially-enabled businesses since 2003 and now help people in organisations shift from pumping out advertising messages to engaging in two-way social conversations with their customers and prospects through emerging digital channels. I call this paradigm change "From Shouting To Conversing," but it's nowhere near as frightening as it sounds.
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My 100km Charity Ride
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