Wow. I went to see MILK tonight at the Castro Theatre on Castro Street in San Francisco tonight. What an incredibly well done and powerful movie. It tells the story of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay elected official in the United States. It was incredible to be at ground zero for this story, in […] Read More⇒
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30 days of Sustainability is once again happening in Vancouver. This year it runs from April 22 – May 21, 2007. I highly recommend that people go check out the temporary site and sign up for updates. The full site will launch sometime in the next few weeks. Read More⇒
Ean Jackson, welcome to the blogosphere! Can’t wait to read the new blog. I mean book. Or is it a Blook?
Let me be one of the first people to welcome my friend, Web 2.0 Manifesto co-author, and speaking partner Ean Jackson back to the blogosphere after a couple of prior attempts. He is using his spiffy new Terapad site located at http://www.21centurysales.com. I can’t wait to hear about his experiences building off-shored sales programs for […] Read More⇒
Day 2 notes from Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, CA: [my analysis and notes are in these square brackets.]The Global Plant Floor, by Don Tapscott, author of the new book Wikinomics Just now publishing “wikinomics” – a new book about how mass collaboration changes everything Available for pre-order now: First chapter is available here […] Read More⇒
Web 2.0 Summit 2006 – Day 2 / Mary Meeker gives Morgan Stanley’s “State of the Internet, Part 3” talk – “The World’s Information is Getting Organized and Monetized”
(For the most recent articles on Web 2.0, check out my full Web 2.0 articles category.) Day 2 notes from Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, CA: [my analysis and notes are in these square brackets.]Mary Meeker, Morgan Stanley: The State of the Internet Part 3 Overview of State of the internet can be summarized […] Read More⇒
Day 1 Notes from Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, CA Session 1: Enterprise 2.0 Mayfield had talked about SLATES – (search, linking, authoring, tagging, extensions, and signals) finally being possible on Socialtext’s new platform that they have formed with Six Apart, and a bunch of other companies called the Intel Suite. [I side with […] Read More⇒
President Bush has signed into law the complete destruction of Writ of Habeus Corpus – the U.S. govt can now put legally put anybody in jail and hold them there indefinitely. 200 years of Constitutional protection gone.
Ben Franklin said it best: “Those who would trade liberty for a bit of safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” This is appalling. I urge everybody to watch this: Read More⇒