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Efficiency and Effectiveness

Efficiency and Effectiveness

When defining productivity, two words come to mind: efficiency and effectiveness. They seem synonymous or perhaps sequential — that the former might lead to the latter — when in reality, they’re two sides of the same coin. Efficiency relates to the speed with which a task is accomplished and effectiveness describes the success of that end product. In order to be truly productive, you need a balance.
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How Technology Can Shape Storytelling

How Technology Can Shape Storytelling

Joe Sabia, head of development at Condé Nast Entertainment, gave a TED talk in 2011 about technology and storytelling. The takeaway is simple: stories haven’t changed all that much over the history of storytelling. How we tell them, on the other hand, changes constantly. Before the Internet, we kept our life stories in journals and letters, and we told stories to remember our loved ones. We assembled photo albums that were passed on from one generation to the next.
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Legacy Planning When You’re Young Is Smart Thinking

Legacy Planning When You’re Young Is Smart Thinking

You don’t have to reach middle age to start thinking about legacy planning. In fact, with the growing number of available digital assets and the growing utilization of these assets, the need to plan is becoming more important at a younger age.
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Digital Deactivation – The Beat Goes On

Digital Deactivation – The Beat Goes On

In this two-part series, we’ve been looking at how some of the most prevalent social brands handle deceased users. If you missed the previous post , click here. Pinterest follows Twitter’s lead on lack of access. Out of respect for the privacy of their users, they will not divulge any personal login information. Deactivating an account requires an email to care@pinterest.com with the following information: requester’s full name and proof of his or her relationship to the deceased, the deceased’s full name and email address, a link to the account and documentation of their passing.
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Think Beyond the Here and Now

Think Beyond the Here and Now

Digital assets come in all shapes and sizes, but they aren’t necessarily indicative of wealth. “Digital assets are anything you find of value in your life that is electronic,” says Evan Carrol, co-author of Your Digital Afterlife, in an interview with WGBH News. “It’s anything you interact with via your computer or smartphone.”
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