Process of Change

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    More on college course podcasts

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    How did I miss this? Some of these podcasts of university courses have been going on for over a year. I hate it anytime I find myself under a rock. http://www.oculture.com/2006/10/university_podc.html Got to expand my social network to include this "idea...
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    World changing stuff -- my world anyway

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    I pointed to the UC Berkeley course schedule of classes that Berkeley is podcasting/webcasting a couple of weeks ago. At this point, I've made my course selections and have begun to survey, among others, the Astro C10 / LS C70U Introduction to General...
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    Jooce - Challenging Facebook and WebOS Naysayers

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    WebOS? Hmmm. I think I'm buying it. Definitely a development to keep an eye on. ReadWriteWeb provides a good review of Jooce . I've signed up for the beta. I can hardly wait...
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    Facebook observation

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    My experience with Facebook has been great. I'm somehow engaged with Facebook nearly every day -- sometimes multiple times a day. Of course I'm there not only as a participant, but as an analyst. That changes the experience. Think of it this way -- if...
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    Nice design, driving awareness of the new social

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    http://www.sermo.com/tour Tier three designs and experiences (okay, call them web2.0 or social or whatever you like), so obvious they're invisible to the connected young and the initiated, are not obviously valuable to everyone. That's true despite...
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    And I thought The Teaching Company was cool...

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    Actually I still think The Teaching Company is cool. I've taken many of their courses and I can testify to the fact that they are high quality. But this is getting too good: http://webcast.berkeley.edu/courses.php I really need a way to do three or four...
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    Tier Three Design

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    Lots of really fascinating stuff is happening in my world lately. Some of it is a bit unusual. For instance, my wife now refers to me as the Hannibal Lector of Microsoft -- I'm not going to pursue that other than to report that I don't actually bite....
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    Social Computing from a distance

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    I think we're taking to close a look at social computing to see it for what it really is. Stepping back, it looks a lot like social nets are the next level of internet sophistication. From this perspective social nets are superimposed upon content nets...
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    Almost Isaac

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    "Any idea sufficiently advanced is indistinguishable from nonsense."
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    I wonder to what extent this is actually happening -- or if...

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    I don't know this guy. I can't vouch for his credibility. But, I'd like to know the if what he says can actually be proven. With the advent of MySpace, Facebook, YouTube, Imeem and the flock, things are a changing. I work for an internet measurement company...
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    More choices for personal publishing

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    Can't say find this shockingly original, but anything that contributes to the ease with which we can publish is worth noting. http://www.slideshare.net/faqs/slidecast
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    Great Posts from Steve on the State of Social Networking

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    Microcommunities? Well, of course. And a lot more too. We're just scratching the surface of social networking -- the absolute tip of the proverbial iceberg. http://hubmagazine.com/?p=200 And it's becoming clear we've reached a significant juncture...
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    Integration first? Maybe -- but have you done your homework?

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    Recently I found myself wondering about a comment from Sean discussing the order in which an organization should implement web 2.0 features . Sean's answer was this: "So, what’s the answer? Simple ( simple to say, not do ). The answer is none of the above...
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    Gee, I wish I'd of thought of that...

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    Sezwho -- very cool. Just signed up. I don't like the "rating" -- cause I'm a fan of "recognition" -- but I've already signed up and can't wait to see how this works out. I'm also not sure how the weighting they discuss will play out in the long term...
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    It's not always about the numbers...

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    Quick quote from the book I thought I never read : Although information exchange is key to learning environments, communities are not built on instrumental exchanges alone. Social support is important in cushioning stress, helping during a crisis, and...
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    Ideas plus time equals almost new ideas

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    So I buy this book. The following one, to be specific: Building Virtual Communities: Learning and Change in Cyberspace (Learning in Doing: Social, Cognitive and Computational Perspectives) by Read more about this title... Actually, when I see the title...
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    Social software: people first, activity second? I wonder...

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    (This was accidentally published in "note-to-self" form. Excuse me. It must have seemed more than a little incoherent.) Anyway, In a recent paper, The Significance of Social Software, Dana Boyd makes the following point: "While early social technologies...
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    Change Happens

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    I don't call my professional blog (and my personal web site ) Process of Change, for no reason. Change, and lots of it, is about the only thing we can count on in this life. Well, yes, there is always the proverbial death and taxes. But I've heard rumors...
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    Vacation is over -- but it's good to be back

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    I spent my two weeks with my in-laws -- and surprisingly, that turned out to be a good time. Everyone met in Disney World. I'd been there before, but only briefly, and never gave it much thought. This time I gave it a closer look. The photo below sums...
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    Scoble's view on Social Network sites rings true to me

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    "Why can’t I add tags to each contact? Tags I pick. Not that are forced on me by some 22-year-old developer who has no idea about what a 42-year-old’s social network looks like." One of a number of good shots from Social networks as “friend” Nazi (design...
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    The quest for the best community strategy

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    As I said, I've played online games for a while. Yes, that includes the classics, though I'd rather not talk about things that will date me. From where I stand, online games really started getting interesting with Diablo. With Asheron's Call (or EQ for...
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    Best social software on the web

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    A little while ago I mentioned that I felt LibraryThing.com was the best example of social software. It is good, particularly in its use of tags, but upon further consideration, I have to say I don't think it really comes even close to number one. The...
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    The World is Flat -- flatter than it was, anyway

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    The World Is Flat [Updated and Expanded]: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century by Thomas L. Friedman Read more about this title... The World is Flat makes a club of the point that we are living in a shrinking world of increasing complexity, interdependence...
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    Claimspace -- The power of simple, reusable, ideas.

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    Bear in mind, Claimspace has yet to ship in any form. It's sooo close to shipment (if only partial shipment), it's painful for those of us that have been waiting. Also, be aware that most of the capabilities I discuss below will not be apparent in the...
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    Social Networking Core Tenets -- KPIs

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    My new organization uses these terms. We didn't. We used some others, but the end game is the same. Just to be clear, tenets call out what we value (though not necessarily why), and the KPI's (key performance indicators) are intended to help us measure...
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