Category Archives: People

Companies Must Become Publishers

In 1999, Rick Levine, Christopher Locke, Doc Searls, and David Weinberger formulated their 95 theses into what became the Cluetrain Manifesto, which was then published as a book in 2000. [1] The Manifesto pointed to new global marketplace, where markets are seen as

Companies Must Become Publishers

In 1999, Rick Levine, Christopher Locke, Doc Searls, and David Weinberger formulated their 95 theses into what became the Cluetrain Manifesto, which was then published as a book in 2000. [1] The Manifesto pointed to new global marketplace, where markets are seen as

Semantic Web: The Missing Pieces

Kate Ray put together an excellent short film (15 min) on the semantic web. See “Web 3.0″ on her blog. The topics covered are spot on, and the people interviewed are thought leaders in field, including Clay Shirky, David Weinberger

Semantic Web: The Missing Pieces

Kate Ray put together an excellent short film (15 min) on the semantic web. See “Web 3.0″ on her blog. The topics covered are spot on, and the people interviewed are thought leaders in field, including Clay Shirky, David Weinberger

Euro IA 2007 – Are Halland: Cores and Paths

Euro IA 2007 was really great this year. Fantastic presenters and talks. Euro IA is maturing into a real quality event in all respects. My favorite presentation was Are Halland‘s Cores and Paths talk, which he also gave in Las

Euro IA 2007 – Are Halland: Cores and Paths

Euro IA 2007 was really great this year. Fantastic presenters and talks. Euro IA is maturing into a real quality event in all respects. My favorite presentation was Are Halland‘s Cores and Paths talk, which he also gave in Las

Gene Smith on Tagging

Over at atomiq, Gene has some interesting thoughts about why tagging isn’t stuck. I agree with him, and commented as such on his blog. Social bookmarking might be stuck, but tagging is just taking off, if you ask me. We’re

Gene Smith on Tagging

Over at atomiq, Gene has some interesting thoughts about why tagging isn’t stuck. I agree with him, and commented as such on his blog. Social bookmarking might be stuck, but tagging is just taking off, if you ask me. We’re

On Influence and Authority

Matthew Hurst over at Data Mining has in interesting post about influence and authority. He correctly points out that they are not the same thing. However, I think influence actually needs to go beyond number of readers. In the truest

On Influence and Authority

Matthew Hurst over at Data Mining has in interesting post about influence and authority. He correctly points out that they are not the same thing. However, I think influence actually needs to go beyond number of readers. In the truest

Tag Mirror on LibraryThing

Tim Spalding, creator of LibraryThing, has come up with something new that’s quite interesting. It’s called the tag mirror. Essentially, you get to see other people’s tags for your books. Great idea. Here’s my tag mirror (I’m Pivo1 on LibraryThing).

Tag Mirror on LibraryThing

Tim Spalding, creator of LibraryThing, has come up with something new that’s quite interesting. It’s called the tag mirror. Essentially, you get to see other people’s tags for your books. Great idea. Here’s my tag mirror (I’m Pivo1 on LibraryThing).

My Book Has Arrived

So, after one year and three months of working and waiting, my book finally arrived on my doorstep this morning. What a pleasant surprise. I wasn’t expecting it until later. But there it was in hard copy. Relieved, proud, happy–I’m

My Book Has Arrived

So, after one year and three months of working and waiting, my book finally arrived on my doorstep this morning. What a pleasant surprise. I wasn’t expecting it until later. But there it was in hard copy. Relieved, proud, happy–I’m