Mark Finnern studied Business-oriented Computer Science in Furtwangen, Germany.
Mark has worked for SAP both in Germany and the US as consultant, developer and product manager. He has held speaking engagements at several SAP TechEd, Sapphire and ASUG conferences in the US, Australia and Europe.
As the Chief Community Evangelist for the SAP Community Network he is assembling a friendly wolf pack of top SAP influencers: The SAP Mentors.
Mark is also the founder and host of the Bay
Area Future Salon, a group that is creating a world that works for all.
Although he works for SAP his opinions expressed here are his own. Period.
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For many the term Enterprise 2.0 is fussy. Here a description from Wikipedia: Carl Frappaolo and Dan Keldsen defined Enterprise 2.0 in a report written for Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM)as "a system of web-based technologies that provide... read more
How to bring Wikipedia up to the scientific standard that many in the Universities are claiming it is missing: The Wikipedia Paper. Every student that takes a class, no matter what topic, has to create or improve a Wikipedia page of the Topic of the class. read more
The YouTube for slides: SlideShare has a nifty little game they call SlideShare Karaoke. You put in a keyword and it randomly selects one deck of slides for you to present. If you want to improve your presentation skills, there is no better way than going to weekly Toastmasters meetings.… read more
I haven't posted here in a long time. Hope this one is helpful to you. I want to introduce you to a new way of visualizing your thoughts for a presentation. Andre Heller once called his life falling through dreams.... read more
Far out as in going life in 11 years and 306 days from today. Really far out as in 100,000 km (62,000 mile) out into space. I remember late night conversations after Future Salons where some of the more-out-there Saloners would marvel over Dyson Spheres and Space Elevators. Accelerating… read more