Yesterday I silently launched the Remo Knops’ Brain Bits website, as a complement to the Remo Knops’ Personal Blog and MobilityMinded.
You might remember the article “Mobile Technology related articles publiched @ MobilityMinded.com” last year, in which I explained my thoughts about this strategic decision. The result however was an increased and a significant focus on professional-related content to be published on this blog. It was a first step of strategic re-configuring and re-positioning.
In the same article I briefly addressed the increasing importance of social networks like -for example- Twitter and Facebook. Social networks are not only new distribution channels for marketing purposes, but have become interesting, highly valuable sources of rich information on the tip of your mouse button, as well. The information flows on social networks have super fast, real-time characteristics, and it would be extremely time-consuming if you wanted to write 500+ word-articles about all the great news out there.
“A bit is the basic unit of information in computing and telecommunications; it is the amount of information that can be stored by a digital device or other physical system that can normally exist in only two distinct states. There are several units of information which are defined as multiples of bits, such as byte, kilobit or megabyte, etc. Computers usually manipulate bits in groups of a fixed size. […] ”
Remo Knops’ Brain Bits a complement to Remo Knops’ Personal Blog
Remo Knops’ Brain Bits will cover a wider spectrum of these real-time interesting news bits from various types, that trigger my brain and may valuable for other readers.
While I still will stay deeply committed to write extensive and in-depth articles on this blog as well as on MobilityMinded, I will be able to share interesting information in a shorter and more time-friendly format complementary to this blog.
I really hope you will find some value in the near-future-shared content on Remo Knops’ Brain Bits, and it would be nice if you check back on this website for more extensive and in-depth articles in the context of my professional innovation and entrepreneurship field. You could also connect via one or more social networks like Twitter or Facebook.