- We've tried to carefully select most of them, so they also make sense if you were not there in person, e.g. attended another conference track or even if you did not make it to the conference, but still you might find a few tweets that require a bit more context.
Either way, feel free to reach out on Twitter to continue the conversation.
If you think we've missed some important ones, please just add a comment below or send an email.
First some of the top tweets and then later some for each conference theme
- — Jonathan Phillips (@DigitalJonathan)Thu, Nov 06 2014 08:30:53When we moved from deckabytes to kilobytes, no one shouted "wow, BIG DATA". Big data is hype, simply the evolution of data. #jboye14
- — Rahel Anne Bailie (@rahelab)Thu, Nov 06 2014 08:47:28Doing sentiment analysis from big data is complicated. Negative words can have positive meaning in vernacular, for example. #jboye14
- — Jake DiMare (@jakedimare)Thu, Nov 06 2014 09:00:51
Creating good content
- — Jake DiMare (@jakedimare)Wed, Nov 05 2014 09:01:53
- — Jonathan Phillips (@DigitalJonathan)Wed, Nov 05 2014 14:53:03Gov dot UK team do style guide compliance spot checks on all content to ensure high standards. Impressive. Important. #jboye14
- — Rahel Anne Bailie (@rahelab)Thu, Nov 06 2014 09:52:43Small actions create motivation to do more. Ex, move a sticker on a postcard from one place to another. 7x more likely to act. #jboye14
- — Karoliina Luoto (@totoroki)Thu, Nov 06 2014 14:49:57
- — Jesper Lauridsen (@zchinuvic)Thu, Nov 06 2014 14:23:00
Intranet & Digital Workplace
Reflections on J. Boye Aarhus 14
Thanks to everyone who participated and helped make our 10th J. Boye conference in Aarhus a big success. Here's a collection of some of the tweets that capture key takeaways from 3 fast-paced conference days. There were too many good ones to capture them all.
byJ. Boye1 Like410 Views