Monthly Archives: August 2008

EUI Summit – Day 2


We started the second day of the Summit with another delicious breakfast on the deck of the Sky Hotel.  Amazingly, I was hungry, even though I had eaten mounds and mounds of delicious food the night before. Sam Lawrence once again kicked off the day by explaining our agenda.  The plan was to do a […]

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EUI Summit – Day 1 PM

After another delicious lunch on the deck at the Sky Hotel (a view from our lunch spot is at left), Laura Fitton of Pistachio Consulting then spoke about Microblogging Re-Imagined OR Microsharing in the Enterprise.  The term blogging itself can be a barrier, but the biggest issue is why people should use it in the enterprise […]

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EUI Summit – UI/UX panel

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I had the opportunity to participate in a lively panel about the nature of user interface / user experience in the enterprise, and what the future holds. The picture at left depicts the funky meeting room at the Sky Hotel in Aspen.   The session was videotaped, and […]

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EUI Summit – Day 1 AM

Thursday was the first full day of the Summit, and we had a very full agenda.  As a result, I am going to break the day up into three posts: the morning sessions, the Enterprise UI/UX panel that I participated in, and the afternoon sessions.  Sam Lawrence is Jive’s Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), and the […]

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EUI Summit – Day 0


Kirsten and I arrived in Aspen for the Enterprise UI Summit yesterday, tired and hungry. Overall the trip was pretty uneventful, although we had a super tight connection in Denver, and a bumpy ride into Aspen because of the weather.  I think it is going take me a little while to get acclimated to the […]

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