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E-Culture - Online Everywhere All The Time

The Real Revolution within our times...


AROUND THE WORLD:  As if with a vengeance, the best among our thinkers continue popping up with ideas that become  a new business that virtually jumps from $0-to-$billion overnight!  

In this episode of the show we meet people who give us clues as to what it means to be living at the speed of light. This is the real revolution. And it is all still   picking up momentum.  This is the front edge of a business revolution that will give us explosive growth companies that will actually out perform Microsoft, Yahoo, Ebay,  Amazon and yes, even Google.

Some of the best, the most-creative among us, will more-fully integrate some aspect of the greatest corporate convergence in history --  Broadcasting - Information - Communications - Education - Publishing - Systems. The result will be "the next big thing." The audacious, out-of-the-box thinkers, will lead us. Because of our new efficiencies and abilities to pick up and turn around quickly, essentially "small business" can have, and will have, the biggest impact on the unfolding of the future.

This convergence redefines everything.

Here technology creates a true paradigm shift; it truly moves us to a life at the speed of light.  Today, after having gone around the world to find people who are leading the way, out on the edge, we attempt to answer the question, "Where did we come from and where are we going?"  Our conclusions, like everyone who tries to see the future, are formative.  But we know this, we are all becoming increasingly all-present and all-knowing. 

We are no longer old Sir Issac Newton progenies, but increasingly Einstein  prodigies. We are beginning to see ourselves, our world and the universe in very new ways.

BICEPS: It is a new muscle group that is uses and combines Broadcasting- Information - Communications - Education  - Publishing - Systems all in one place and at the same time.  That space is called the World Wide Web.  As a result, the internet has disintermediated space and time.  Taken both apart.  These two bedrock of commonsense are now secondary.  So what replaces them?  Look in between to see the relation.  It is the most important frame of reference.

1.   Knowledge Management
2.   Web basics and Virtual Offices
3.   Intellectual Property over the Internet Protocol (IP/IP)
4.   Internet and Information Security
5.   Collaboration

Please note:  The earliest version of this episode of the show was first recorded in 1995 and was updated in 1999.  This version was introduced in 2002. It still provides relevant information for those people who cannot update their website from anywhere in the world.

Grasp The Power Of E- Business

1:56 | Play Now | Hattie Bryant says it is coming, like a category-5 hurricane, like a tsunami,like a magnitude-8 earthquake, whether we like it or not. We have nochoice but to become an e-minded company because we now know there areno degrees of separation. Space and time, the old parameters forbusiness and logic, are being disintermediated by the web.

Make Every Employee E-Responsible

2:04 | Play Now | Adam Ginsburg, founder of Aptirx, knows that some business owners and ITprofessionals might have nightmares if every employee had access to apage on the company's web site. However, he believes that the netshould become an extension of each person's work area.

Create E-Places

1:28 | Play Now | Think of an e-place as you might think of the main street in your city oftown. On that street there are places open to the public, places foremployees only, places for paying customers only and even places underlock and key such as a safe in a bank. Adam Ginsberg works online withone of his team members. His software helps companies create e-places.

Conduct Global Business On Your Turf

2:56 | Play Now | In an e-culture your virtual business is becoming more key to your successthan your physical business because your business is 24-by-7-global. 9-to-5 is dead,. And, each of us now must decide when-where-and-how to conduct our business. More... More about virtual office...

Use E-Meetings To Improve Quality

1:41 | Play Now | In an e-culture people collaborate; most meetings and all video-conferencecalls will have given way to collaboration events; and these willbecome more like concerts where most peope are in the orchestra or thechoir. There are seldom any observers, spectators, or audience. To learnmore from Nigel Skeffington and his business, Time Technology, study that episode in depth.

Teach Customers To Be E-Efficient

1:58 | Play Now | Greg Steckler started landing customers from around the world back in 1996!He posted a web site and soon orders from the web surpassed orders fromhis yellow page ad.

Go Global With Language Translation

2:51 | Play Now | In an e-culture there are increasingly no language barriers. People useadvanced tools to translate on the fly. The tools used by the UnitedNations become available to everyone.

Create Online Learning For Employees And Customers

4:02 | Play Now | David Bowden's software converts information into easy-to-use online learning.
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Let Customers Build Products Online

3:21 | Play Now | At Modern Postcard, customers build print products online.

Put Pen To Paper To Close Customers

1:59 | Play Now | John Wargo is a marketing expert and he says that even in the age of wordprocessing and email, there is nothing more powerful than a handwritten note.