The Fallacy of the Social Workplace

03/24/2018 JD Dillon

Everyone at work has a mobile device with a camera. So what we’re going to do is start a website where they can upload videos they take on the job to help them share their tips and tricks with the

4 ways I would improve Twitter

12/29/2016 JD Dillon

It was a rough year for Twitter. No buyer. That whole election thing. Minimal innovation. Layoffs. I don’t know about you, but I can feel the stagnation within my personal network. I’m not going anywhere – yet. The open, simplistic nature that

What can we learn from the demise of Blab?

08/14/2016 JD Dillon

What’s the deal with Blab? I had been asking this question of Blab users over the past few months as I noticed growing stagnation within the platform. Founder Shaan Puri answered my question on Friday when he shut Blab down permanently. He shared his reasoning via

5 things my new Twitter followers should know

05/27/2016 JD Dillon

This is a public service announcement for anyone who makes what I think is an AWESOME decision to follow me on Twitter (@JD_Dillon). Everyone uses Twitter a bit differently. Sure, I only have 2,288 followers as of this moment. Those

My quick take on Snapchat

04/07/2016 JD Dillon

To stick with the theme, shouldn’t this post take 10 seconds to read and then vanish forever? Anyway … What’s with all of the Snapchat conversation within L&D lately? Blogs. Podcasts. Blabs. All trying to figure out why Snapchat is “a

Twitter: You may be 10 but to me you’re 6

03/28/2016 JD Dillon

Twitter turned 10 last week. While analysts and investors continue to question the viability of an online world limited to 140 characters, I still believe Twitter to be an INVALUABLE communication tool – for the entire Internet-enabled universe. The celebratory highlight reel

How I Blog … (2015 #DevLearn Bloggers)

09/05/2015 JD Dillon

I originally wrote this post for the eLearning Guild’s Twist Blog as part of the 2015 #DevLearn Bloggers series. I write … A LOT. However, the bulk of my writing has historically been focused on my employer, meaning it never

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