Process of Change

Working Days and Working Nights

October, 2007

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    Facebook and Extraordinary Popular Delusions

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    I've been experimenting with Facebook -- like some 18.5 million others. My four main conclusions (and an observation) follow: It has personal social value -- that is, I enjoy keeping up with my friends, and almost friends. At the moment, it's not much...
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    More on Twine

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    Audio Interview with Nova Spivack about Twine "Google's mission is to organize the worlds information. Our mission is to organize your information." That makes too much sense. I can't wait to see Twine. Nova has some interesting things to say and the...
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    Ambiguity, Understanding

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    My social network popped this one to the top recently. It's from Craig's Rantings... . It's about a customer's revelation, and a video metaphor: http://craig.cmehil.com/2007/10/understanding.html .
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    Twine -- A Semantic Web app?

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    I can't see much of Twine . It's in private beta. So clearly, it's too soon to say for sure, but from the spin they sound like they've started in the right place and have a good idea where they want to go. I've signed up for the beta. I wonder if they...
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    Socialnetworkitis = Growning Pains

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    I forget the exact quote, and I'm too lazy to look it up, but it goes something like this: yesterday's luxuries are today's necessities. That's one of the things I was thinking of when I read this post from Online Spin called "Are you suffering from Socialnetworkitis...
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    Strange bedfellows whats and hows

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    I've been giving more thought lately to successful innovation in a large organization. Having been successful, not-so-successful, and having failed, on a variety of teams in a number of different areas, I'm feeling good about this hypothesis. I'm a little...
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    Stretching the Social Layer Idea

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    Tier Three Design, or if you like you could call it a social layer, is going mainstream. I even blogged about it recently -- something I don't do until I'm confident the idea is well on its way and there's no competitive advantage to holding onto it....
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    Myspace meets Attention Data

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    I've been waiting for someone to integrate attention stream data with a more general social networking service. I'm really curious how it will work out. Check out Slifeshare . Tracking browser behavior is a curious thing. A while back, during my days...
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    Wabi-sabi in web design

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    As you may know, I count myself (someone must) among those focused on the realization of the social web. It's an exploration and a service -- the two things I'm most passionate about. Anyway, a necessary part of that effort will be the redesign of the...
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    Shiny new responsibilities...

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    I've moved to the Office Live team and I couldn't be happier about it. For years now I've been focused on social computing solutions in one way or another. Most recently, I've lead a team of product managers defining next generation social computing tools...
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