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How about a radical for capitalism? :) It is up to the owner to decide what the employees are allowed to do and say during working hours. Personally, I wouldn't be too afraid of this issue. If you have trust in your employees and they learn how to apply rational ideas on their work, no problems will occur."
I tried Yahoo Pipes sometime ago, but I didn't get it. It slowed down my computer and I had to reboot it. Dawn Foster writes how the constant listening and talking could interrupt your workflow. I will dedicate certain time slots to follow the stream on Twitter, FriendFeed and other places. You could search later on, e.g. by using backtweets. "
Interesting interview. I thought about his statement of having "a coach in every business". I have said that it would be great if every company had its own business philosopher who could give the employees of the organization moral support in their daily business."
This is a fascinating excerpt from the article: "6. Forget the business plan. The 50-page Powerpoint slide shows with lots of macroeconomic predictions are pointless. Instead, understand your companyâ€™s microeconomics and prepare an elevator pitch and 10 slides." entrepreneur.venturebeat.com"