Category: No Email Day

Category: No Email Day

#NoEmailDay 5/5/15
May 13, 2015 No Email Day @lordlancaster

The 5th annual global No Email Day was on 5/5/15 this year and as usual attracted lots of interest and support through social media. For the past 12 months or so the ongoing ‘No Email‘ movement has also been gaining considerable momentum so I was delighted to join Luis Suarez and Claire Burge in a live

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Why and how to use Google+ effectively
October 24, 2012 Google, No Email Day, Productivity @lordlancaster

Google+ is really cool, but most people still don’t know why or how they should use it. In fact, I can probably count on one hand the number of people I know who use it regularly. I’m on there now myself but it wasn’t until I watched this excellent video of my Twitter buddy and No

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Emotional Technology
March 10, 2012 CIM, Innovation, Inspiration, No Email Day, Presentations, Tech Start-Ups, The Domino Project @lordlancaster

Below are the slides from my Techmesh / CIM presentation at The Rose Bowl, Leeds Met University on Thursday 8th March 2012. The theme was ‘Emotional Technology + How Ideas Spread‘ as I was trying to convey the fact that no matter how amazing the technology is, it’s only when it taps into real life human emotion,

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‘Social Media for Business’ lecture @ The University of Leeds
February 22, 2012 Facebook, Foursquare, Klout, LinkedIn, Motivation, No Email Day, Presentations, SoLoMo, Twitter, YouTube @lordlancaster

Slides from the 1hr ‘Social Media for Business‘ lecture I gave to around 50 students at The University of Leeds yesterday (21st February 2012). Topics include: how technology has changed in the 14yrs since I graduated from Leeds in 1998 how these developments have affected my career and personal life how I use a wide range of

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12/12/12 = No Email Day #2
January 2, 2012 Email, No Email Day @lordlancaster

After all the great PR and positive feedback the ‘No Email Day’ 11/11/11 campaign received, a number of people have asked me to organise another in 2012. So, I’ve decided to declare 12/12/12 as the official date of the 2nd global ‘No Email Day’! If you’d like to take part or help spread the word, please Follow us on Twitter @NoEmailDayHQ and/or ‘Like’

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‘No Email Day’ featured in The Sunday Times
December 20, 2011 Email, No Email Day, Productivity @lordlancaster

The Sunday Times (prestigious British newspaper) contacted me recently about my ‘No Email Day‘ campaign, after news broke that Atos would be banning internal email within 18 months. After explaining more about the campaign and telling them about Luis Suarez (IBM’er who has gone almost 4yrs without email) and Mark Hurst (author of the excellent ‘Bit Literacy’), I

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The Domino Project: Start. Now!
September 30, 2011 Codeworks, Email, Ignite, Inspiration, Motivation, No Email Day, Presentations, Productivity, The Domino Project, Time Management @lordlancaster

The Domino Project: Start. Now! by Paul Lancaster Slides from my 5min Ignite presentation first delivered at the Codeworks Connect ‘Think and a Drink’ event at the Vermont Hotel, Newcastle upon Tyne on Thursday 29th September 2011. ‘Barriers’ stopping people from producing ‘Great Work’ and achieving their dreams in Newcastle. (I got people to write them

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The NO EMAIL DAY Manifesto
August 11, 2011 Email, No Email Day, Productivity, Time Management @lordlancaster

I wrote my very first ‘manifesto’ for my NO EMAIL DAY campaign for 11th November. It’s only short so please read and share with at least one other person for me. .PDF version http://plandigital.files.wordp​​by-paul-lancaster.pdf or Slideshare version NO EMAIL DAY by Paul Lancaster View more documents from Paul Lancaster Any comments, feedback or suggestions for the campaign

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No Email Day (11.11.11)
July 23, 2011 Email, No Email Day, Productivity, Time Management @lordlancaster

Following my earlier blog post titled ‘The Race To ZERO‘, some friends and I have started a Facebook Campaign for a NO EMAIL DAY on 11th November 2011. We’re encouraging people to stop using email completely for 24hrs on 11.11.11 and do something more productive with the time saved instead. This could simply involve other

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