In this Yahoo Finance article, IBM talks about its “Innovation Jam”, an attempt to very publicly run an innovation pipeline. This is awesome. I would love to know how they’re facilitating such massive conversation, and what they are using to make sense of it all. And it will be very interesting to find out later […] Read More⇒
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Thanks to the nice people at ChangeThis.com, The Web 2.0 Manifesto is now here and can be downloaded from this page or if you want you can get the PDF directly by clicking this link. Please email me with comments! Stay tuned for a series of blog-posts that will follow up in more depth. Read More⇒
Why is $10/gallon gas a great thing? And what does it have to do with evolution, adaptation, and local economic growth? Everything.
I think I have found the magic number. Every fifth article from Mark Morford is so brilliant, insightful, and articulate that I need to post most, if not all, of it here for my readers. Today is the day for another. In one fell swoop, Mark has managed to hit on a whole bunch of […] Read More⇒
There is no simple social network mapping tool for Windows that has an auto-layout function. Umm, would sombody mind building that please?
Yes, I see that InFlow exists (but has no download). Smartdraw doesn’t have auto-layout. And The Brain is a really cool little application but keeps hiding parts of the content. Amazing. I thought we were futher along the network mapping curve. Read More⇒
Some friends and I decided that we want to write a Web 2.0 manifesto over at ChangeThis. We submitted our proposal to the ChangeThis team and they accepted! So now we need you to go over and vote for us on this page! Here is the summary of the proposal: There is a change occurring […] Read More⇒
Web 2.0 Primer Part 1: Web 2.0 – So what and who cares? Why should you bother jumping into this at all?
Okay, here goes my attempt at creating a totally incomplete, biased, and opinionated summary of why you should care about Web 2.0 as a non-techie geek who can barely use their computer to begin with: Why do it at all? · Web 2.0 is about connecting people: it won’t change the world, it […] Read More⇒
Web 2.0 Primer: Welcome to the Me-sphere – Your digital identiy is here and it is made up of: Linked In + Testimonials + Dating Website + Blog + Comments + Flickr + del.icio.us + Skype + Trackbacks + Pubsub + Google + Wikis (UPDATED)
It is only when you take into account the sum total of a person’s associations, actions, talk, relationships, you get a more complete picture of them in the real world than if you just listen to their words. The corollary in the web 2.0 world (or web 1.0 world for that matter) is that the […] Read More⇒