…the technologies are only the tools and methods I must be familiar with in order to stay current with the business practice of information creation, management, and presentation.
During a discussion about technology evolution in American business, a subscriber on GaryNorth.com solicited my opinion regarding getting into online authoring using WordPress. Although I regard WordPress as a state-of-the-art content management system that most everyone should be familiar, I put the issue into a broader context:
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“I have heard, Mr. Hobbes, that you do a lot of online work and that you do a lot with WordPress. This is probably where I should be going. Industrial controls are becoming more “intelligent” and offshoring is becoming a problem for us.” (Sic)From https://www.garynorth.com/members/forum/openthread.cfm?forum=21&ThreadID=281000#281279 (Website subscription required.)
Believe me when I tell you that when blood and mud mix in the corporate world, just like that other context, it’ll be the people who are ready, willing, and able to “step up” that will lead the followers “out of the sh*t” and into prosperity.
During a discussion about technology evolution in American business, a subscriber on GaryNorth.com made a statement in passing. The subscriber is a professional software developer by trade:
“Corporate America does not love old people. Their loss.”From https://www.garynorth.com/members/forum/openthread.cfm?forum=21&ThreadID=281000#281279 (Website subscription required.)
It would appear that this viewpoint is prevalent within the rank and file of American industry. But is it valid? Or to be more accurate, to what extent is it valid?
In response to the subscriber, I offered the following opinion…
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