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P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Book of the Day: What Ecology Can Teach Us about Responsible Media Practice
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2012
When one occupies a specific position within an organization (whether formal or informal), it entails a set of practices, skills, relationships, and expectations. The French theologian Pierre Teilhard de Chardin argued that if the biosphere is all that contains life on Earth, then a noosphere contains our collective consciousness. Residing.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Empire and its Discontents: The Tahrir Square tipping point as Revolution 2.0
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2011
When Facebook went down after he posted details on the locations of planned protests, says Ghonim, “I had a backup plan. He switched to Google Groups, and then asked people to help spread the information far and wide. In part one, Steven Colatrella gives the long view of the importance of the uprising/revolution in Egypt. It must.).
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Is there a P2P approach to market regulation?
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2011
More Information: 1. Key thesis. Michel Bauwens: Broadly speaking, contemporary politics moves between two polarities, i.e. neoliberalism/corporate welfare; vs. social democracy/social welfare. When democracy becomes oligarchic and the forces of high finance and big business take over, deregulation becomes the main approach. In the U.S.
- [Information] LiNE Zine - Linking, Lurking, Listening and Learning
Social Life of Information. to Social Life of Information Website. of information, it really should be called distance education. From that point of view, knowledge is the substance (called information. Learning has to do with integrating information. kind of interpretation of the information. print.  .
- [Information] The Social Organization: Lead from the Back
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- [Information] Classification of Enterprise 2.0 use cases
Consequently they have to discover new opportunities, ideas and information that is describing or representing these. On the one side there are established and defined processes and on the other side business-relevant data and unstructured information that have to be managed throughout their lifecycle. Community Home About E2.0
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Book of the Day: Black Code
| FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2014
His thesis is probably most succinctly captured in this passage from Chapter 7: - We live in an era of unprecedented access to information, and many political parties campaign on platforms of transparency and openness. Book: Ron Deibert. Black Code: Inside the Battle for Cyberspace. URL = blackcodebook.com/. Summary. 1. See “N.S.A.
MADE BY MANY [Information] Freedom, the press, and freedom of the press
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2010
So the whole profit thing seems a bit misplaced – corporations didn’t see themselves as purveyors of information, but as profitable businesses. I recently attended an ICA debate called Paywalls, Ebooks and the Death of Print. The usual suspects here are industry, technology and philanthropy. Whoah now. Government? Perhaps.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Open Green Tech and open business models for climate-change oriented technology transfer
| FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2010
The characteristic strengths of Open Hardware are the following: Generally, Open Hardware projects do not only make patent documentation accessible, they also provide information on design, components used, software codes and descriptions of development steps. More Information. European Business Council for Sustainable Energy.
KEN CARROLL [Information] Why remarkable writing is different
| TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2012
No artist, no solopreneur, no man/woman of action can ignore the need to move, inspire, and inform others. Sticky post. Listen to this post here). Lots of folks talk about how to improve your writing. But no-one else takes the uniquely relevant and effective approach of remarkable writing. In response: ? The method (in brief). That’s it.
PATTI ANKLAM [Information] New ONA Resources
| WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2012
This past week brought a few nodes in the interconnected map of resources (articles, papers, blogs) related to organizational network analysis (ONA). Maya Townsend (@mayapar), Partnering Resources , has begun to blog on Change, Talent, Strategy, and Collaboration. The post links to a short white paper that expand on the topic. tomorrow and Friday.
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] Share2010 Keynote: John Michael Simpson from MDOT on "Microsoft SharePoint Saves Lives: Utilizing SharePoint Business Intelligence to Reduce Traffic Fatalities"
| SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2010
For BI informing policy, do you see this being adopted by other government departments? John Michael Simpson, the CIO from the Mississippi Department of Transportation, talked about how they are using SharePoint to reduce traffic fatalities. The next challenge is "animating the knowledge worker." John sees this as the tipping point. Not yet.
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] Notes from the Janders Dean Law Firm Knowledge Management Conference (August 12, 2010)
| WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2010
There were three main themes during the presentation: (1) technology challenges - especially after the merger with St George in December 2008, (2) effective use of external information, and (3) effective use of professional development. There are about 80 people in attendance today. What happened in recent years?
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] Breakfast with Alistair Rennie in Sydney - Some Notes
| WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2010
For more information, see lotusknows.com.au. I'm in Sydney this week, and it just so happened that IBM Lotus is running a breakfast session wih Alistair Rennie on IBM's Advanced Collaboration work. Enabling people to do better work is a key driver for better organizational productivity. It becomes a "collaboration dashboard".
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (February 25, 2010)
| WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2010
One was the introduction of Google Buzz, which, in some cases, disclosed contact information that users thought was private. TimeBridge meetwith.me. TimeBridge released a new service to simplify meeting scheduling. MeetWith.Me works great for one-on-one meetings, and acts like a public calendar, but hides private details. MeetWith.Me
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (February 12, 2010)
| FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2010
The result of this partnership is unlimited information-sharing, across boundaries. Office for Mac 2011. Microsoft announced details of Office for Mac 2011, with plans for better compatibility with Windows, improved collaboration tools, and a better UI. More. - Aim: to make the Windows and Mac editions more functionally compatible. Web 2.0
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (January 22, 2010)
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2010
Don't Forget to Talk!! Globally distributed teams need to talk; not just swap emails and the like. " The 675 Intel employees included in the study worked in 53 locations in 22 countries. Cummings, Espinosa and Pickering recommend that managers take steps to reduce the impact of non-overlapping work hours on teams. Box.net on File Viewing. world.
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (January 21, 2010)
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2010
Information Age reviews the capabilities of oneDrum; some "interesting" perspectives on the wider collaboration market though. " The company’s product, it claims, allows users of on-premise Microsoft Office applications to collaborate in a fashion previously confined to cloud-based tools. Yuuguu Corporate. Quest on Notes Migration. Who knew?
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (January 13, 2010)
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 2010
BlackBerry Presenter gives users easy control of their presentations, allowing them to navigate their presentations, view speaker notes, loop presentation slides and even reference information on one slide while displaying another. BlackBerry for Connections and Quickr. More (hat tip, Stuart ). VMware Acquired Zimbra. Registration required.
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (November 20, 2009)
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2009
This NewsGator whitepaper will provide you with valuable information and insight into microblogging in the enterprise. Play to Learn. In short, why would it make my life or job easier? This sink-or-swim mentality causes many of these powerful tools to go untouched and impedes productivity. The secret to turn this all around is simple.
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (October 29, 2009)
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2009
Simple to set up and easy to use, mNotes provides single users with an enterprise strength solution that presents Lotus Domino information in an intuitive way. Jive Social Business Software 4.0. Jive announced Version 4.0 of Social Business Software, its enterprise collaboration offering. Jive SBS 4.0 With SBS 4.0, See Jive Mobile. Spark!
ENDLESS KNOTS [Information] Bitt(s) and bytes: "Faster Slow Food"
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2009
You would receive, if you wanted, an e-mail message when shipments of your favorite foods arrived at the store or went on sale; you could get recipe ideas, serving suggestions, shopping lists, nutritional information and cooking videos. First he takes apart the obsession with high-end equipment and gadgets. What do we really need for cooking?
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (October 9, 2009)
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2009
The tool tracks the movement of information between people, teams, and departments. Socialcast Analytics. Socialcast released a suite of analytics tools, to help organizations improve collaboration. Social Business Intelligence® isn’t just about tracking basic signup, usage and posting statistics. Mike Gotta shares his take. Mindjet Catalyst.
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (October 2, 2009)
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2009
The person or people receiving the information can even begin typing their response before the first person is finished. Cisco Wants TANDBERG. Cisco made a US$3 billion offer for TANDBERG, and TANDBERG's board of directors likes the sound of it. Norwegian Kroner per share for an aggregate purchase price of approximately $3.0 billion.
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (September 17, 2009)
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2009
Cisco is able to make quicker, more informed decisions this way. Who's Bending to Who? Michael asks whether collaboration applications bend to the will of the users, or the other way around. Far too often, business users have to bend to the way enterprise software works. Ribbon in SharePoint 2010. Justifying Governance. Collaboration ROI.
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (September 16, 2009)
| TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2009
With new features including enhanced workflows, relevance dashboards and branded workspaces, Novell Teaming rounds out the company’s suite of collaboration solutions and allows employees to generate, act on and preserve ideas and information to maximize enterprise productivity. US Bank Dumps SharePoint for Lotus. Novell Teaming 2.
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (August 13, 2009)
| THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 2009
The wiki’s wildly effective for managing a shared document—like the lineup of articles we have in the pipeline—but a lot of that information also still gets pushed out by e-mail, so we end up feeding both platforms, and missing a chance for efficiency. " (Or. Ad Hoc Collaboration. It’s there to see forever (corporate memory). O3Spaces 3.0
ENDLESS KNOTS [Information] More on the purported "study" of virtual teams
| FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2009
" I wrote to the contact on the press release , first requesting the information promised in the release, "the full results of the study." Be that as it may, the next 21 questions were couched as follows: Below is a list of common concerns people have about their co-workers. Following me?
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (July 15, 2009)
| WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 2009
Until the last week of June, Evernote was solely a personal information management service, offering both a rich client for full online-offline access on various operating systems and devices, as well as a Web-accessible service. Xobni Plus. Xobni released Xobni Plus, a premium-edition of its Outlook plug-in for email management.
MATHEMAGENIC [Information] Facilitating adoption of weblogs in knowledge-intensive environments
| TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 2009
Introduce newsfeeds and newsreaders as part of the practices of working with information. Promised to blog this piece from the dissertation in February (together with What pragmatists might want to know about blogging ), but wasn’t happy with it. Still not happy, but here it is (in a slightly updated form). Making expertise visible.
- [Information] News Updates (June 9, 2009)
Here's some information which you may find helpful: You can evaluate Lotus Notes for free, with the Lotus Notes 90-day Test Drive. Trying eProductivity. In order to evaluate Eric Mack's eProductivity for Notes application, you need Lotus Notes. Eric posts about how to do so. Apple Offers Better Support for Exchange. Google Apps Enhancements.
ENDLESS KNOTS [Information] Oldie but goodie: "CompuServe's Intranet Forum"
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2009
Jeff Stamps: That story reminds me of the oldest trick of making online work--is to put information there that is only accessible via the net Alistair Bruce: ga. As we move deeper into the Information Age, there will be interactive services available that we haven't even dreamed of. Comments most welcome! What do you suggest?
ENDLESS KNOTS [Information] Data Behind Principles for Reorganization - A NetAge White Paper
| FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2009
As Eleum demonstrates, knowledge of the level, span, and size of every position is immediately useful information with many practical applications. It provides greater insight into the metrics that those responsible for enterprises can use to reduce risk of failure, extend leadership circles, and improve organizational designs.
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] Industry Updates (January 15, 2009)
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 2009
Shawn lists six reasons why enterprise collaboration will be important in 2009: (1) the global financial crisis, (2) the increasing speed of business, (3) the rise of Gen Y, (4) the information explosion, (5) increased complexity, and (5) outsourcing to Asia. Collaborative Drivers. Comapping Mind Mapping. Available immediately. for Mac.
- [Information] Insight and Serendipity
But there's a very interesting network insight as well: "Cells in the right hemisphere are collecting information from a larger area of cortical space. At a meeting in December, a friend recently handed out The Eureka Hunt , from the New Yorker magazine's issue of July 28, 2008. They are less precise but better connected." Emphasis mine.)
MICHAEL SAMPSON - CURRENTS [Information] News Updates (October 16, 2009)
| THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2009
Research In Motion formally announced the Storm2, the second generation of its touchscreen BlackBerry. " The Storm 2 retains all the enterprise-friendly features of its predecessor, which means it can receive push over-the-air e-mail, calendar, and contact information from companies with Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, and Novell GroupWise setups.
VALUE NETWORKS [Information] From Pitchforks to Profits: Overcoming Public Attitudes about Business in the Post Financial Crisis Era Part 1
| SUNDAY, JULY 19, 2009
Jonathan Low Effective Value Networks are grounded in a deep appreciation of the social aspects of wealth creation, intangibles and intangible asset management. Part 1 describes the decline in reputational factors. Part 2 provides suggestions for ways to move forward. ” U.S. Reputations take years to build, but a moment to destroy.
HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD [Information] See No Evil: The Morality of Collapse (repost)
| SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 2016
This disagreement stems in part from different interpretations of what we know about what is happening in the world and what is technically possible, but it stems I think principally from different worldviews informed by different moral and ethical beliefs on what is humanly possible. image by the author; click on image to view full-size.
- [Information] SSRN-The Role of Corporate Social Capital in Business Innovation.
Practical implications - An analysis of the global information technology services sector is used to illustrate the practical application of the analytical techniques described. This framework is then used to assess a firms innovation potential. The underlying premise is that a firms CSC will be critical to its ability to innovate.
- [Information] Anne Truitt Zelenka » Hierarchies Plus: What Enterprise 2.0 Can Do for the Typical Big Business
The social relationships then can be leveraged when business problems arise where information or ideas or innovation might not reside within the particular workgroup where the problem originated. The hierarchy doesn’t need to be entirely subverted, but needs to be complemented with social problem-solving across informal networks.
- [Information] A balanced report
Procter & Gamble employees use Facebook to keep interns in touch and share information with co-workers attending company events Social networks can be a great recruiting tool. This site is designed to serve as a hub information resource for those who believe the benefits of providing access far outweigh the risks. Stop Blocking!
- [Information] Mark Roseman's Blog: Collaboration - Getting to "We"
The article separates out collaboration into four levels: information sharing, coordination, cooperation, and collaboration. So while a chat tool could be used for coordination, cooperation or collaboration, at a minimum it will be used for information sharing, so it is categorized there. « Ahhh, spring cleaning. Toot toot.
- [Information] Knowledge Management for Social Innovation: Virtual Communities: At What Price?
Knowledge at Wharton, March 2006 …whilst accessing and storing data and information is technically cheap and relatively straightforward, interpreting it requires intellectual investment: attention, time, expertise and experience are now the commodities in highest demand and shortest supply. How much does a virtual community cost?
- [Information] illumio – a Smart Content and Request Filter for Enterprise 2.0
It works with same goal as Active Net, automating the process of finding relevant information and people behind the scenes. In this way, filtered information is delivered directly to your desktop, allowing you to view only those articles that match your preferences and interests. tool, illumio. The result was illumio. Tune in here.
- [Information] eDirectree Brings Group Wiki Twist to Social Networking
You can add your friends to other groups and change their profile information, as long as they haven’t locked things down. And, it’s an interesting spin over the idea of collaborative information and the freedom of truth and/or opinion, vs a user’s right (?) to control what is said and known about them. Great! Thanks!
- [Information] Emerging Autopoietic Communities – Scalability of Knowledge Transfer in Complex Systems
that knowledge management is all about information systems, or alternatively, about tacit knowledge in people. Department of Information Systems both at the University of Melbourne. is with ACSIS and the Department of Information. information  in the structure of its cybernetic apparatus as. and information”, Aust.
- [Information] Collaborative Thinking: Social Networks: Making Sense Out Of Terminology
Attribute data : Attribute data is that information which characterizes that entity (i.e., Other actors in the community may want to "chat" with the device to gain up to date status information or run diagnotic tests. Your Information (Name and email address are required. Book Roll Robert L. Ties between actors can vary.
- [Information] Community Managers and Quarterbacks " Musings by Tom Humbarger
updated and analyzed stats on a weekly basis by combining information from our vendor and from Google Analytics (note that weekly trending was important to understand the health of a community over time). On a monthly basis, I did a more thorough analysis of member registration information to identify different trends.
NEIGHBOURHOODS [Information] Social justice, child care, and a tale of a Christmas carol
| TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2012
It seems we care a lot about our lack of care for children these days. When issues of social justice and children coincide, it’s just the sort of context in which someone says, ‘what we need is another Dickens!’ Indeed. The other day I was told of a family where two children go to school on alternate days, because there is only one uniform to share.
MADE BY MANY [Information] Another Picle Update
| WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2012
Firstly to help inform our decisions we focused on the things we have received the most feedback about. Apologies for the radio silence on how Picle has been developing since the last release. The reason for this is that we have been wrestling internally over what Picle actually is. Player - Consumption of content. Focus on Picleapp.com.
TNT - THE NETWORK THINKER [Information] The Ping Pong Effect
| FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 2010
The entrepreneurial mortgage broker on Main Street and the re-mix master on Wall Street are each in their element, but they both hide/ignore information to speed up this dance of doom. This network map shows the key roles played in the recent mortgage meltdown. We start on Main Street and connect the dots out to Wall Street. Who is to blame?
TNT - THE NETWORK THINKER [Information] So many people, So little time
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 2009
Strategically I am building a small, yet efficient, group that reaches out into the many diverse information pools I am interested in. There are many interesting discussions happening on Twitter in the last few weeks. have been paying attention to the conversations about how to measure social media influence/rank/authority. Probably not.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] The new cooperativism
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2010
Wilma van der Veen’s proposal for a cooperatively redesigned post-secondary education project informed by the Canadian experiment she is involved in: the New University Cooperative (NUC). Prefiguring other possibilities for organizing life and provisioning for our needs and desires, we call these cooperative experiments the new cooperativism.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Google: The world’s biggest employer?
| THURSDAY, MAY 5, 2016
Of course its only a matter of time before Google starts competing for public spaces, to put up its own branded screens displaying ‘useful information.’ By Daniel Waterman “I was recently alerted to a documentary on Dutch TV highlighting malpractice among locksmiths in the Netherlands. For a mere 0.01 It’s total mayhem.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] What can we do about the state of the world?
| SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 2011
Information services – m-health, m-banking, m-farming, day-by-day precision agriculture recommendations (second to last page) based on satellite telemetry of your GPS coordinated farm, interactive mass-translated how-to guides on how to survive and thrive in every climate. I am Vinay. This is a planetary emergency. You have been activated.
- [Information] Who Knows What? | Compliance Building
Six Myths About Informal Networks— and How to Overcome Them By Rob Cross, Nitin Nohria and Andrew Parker (Spring 2002) Informal groups of employees do much of the important work in companies today. Read More. SlideDeck:Social Media and Compliance View more presentations from Doug Cornelius. Finding in-house experts isn’t easy.
- [Information] Going from social networks to Communities
If you do not want to provide us with the required information, please use the Back button on your browser, or close the window or browser session that is displaying this page, to return to the previous page. His job involves measuring usage and behavior of social software as it impacts productivity and interfacing with infrastructure teams.
- [Information] Knowledge Jolt with Jack: Social networking at your company
At some level, a company needs to have that basic interest / skill information in some kind of findable directory. The interesting stuff happens when you let people loose with this information. Knowledge Jolt with Jack Jack Vinson writes about knowledge management, personal effectiveness, theory of constraints and more. Then what?
- [Information] Dennis McDonald's Blog - Managing Technology - Getting Real about Social Networking Adoption
The ability to tailor ones preferences, he suggested, seems to be a desirable feature for people involved in networks where people will come into contact with others who have different views of how open or closed they are to sharing information. He noted that people dont share the same personal and professional networking priorities.
- [Information] 3 Kinds of Value in Networks
By Len Edgerly , at 10/14/2007 10:09 PM In Communities of Practice, Wenger identifies bridge people who bring together functionally separate groups to foster new informal workgroups. Asset value is talent and resources. Positional value is awareness of the network and access to assets. Intersections
- [Information] David RD Gratton: Beyond Communities of Interest, Communities do not Exist
David RD Gratton Blog About Beyond Communities of Interest, Communities do not Exist July 3, 2005 My company has been working with what we have been calling Information Clouds, and I came upon Thomas Vanderwals body of work. Silver Stringers and Junior Journalists: Active Information Producers,? Smith, Brian et al. 2000) ?Silver
- [Information] Defining Online Community
Jeremiah proposes this definition : An online community is: Where a group of people with similar goals or interests connect and exchange information using web tools. Most notably “shared experiences and “relationships , which are more important to me than information. social media, RSS, blogging, and podcasting.
- [Information] Building an expertise location system for CoPs
This valuable information is currently locked in people's email inboxes. Do you have a community of practice with members distributed around the country? Is your community deeply technical and use a suite of technical software tools to get the job done? group of engineers I met yesterday had a simple approach. It's sent to all the members.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Yochai Benkler on the Role of New Media for 21th Cy Journalism
| SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2013
YB: I think a core feature of network economy is the radical decentralization of the capital necessary to produce, process, and store and communicate information, knowledge and culture. Excerpted from an interview conducted by the Harvard Law Record , on the occasion of Benkler’s role as witness in the Manning trial. than in the U.K.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Project of the Day: Reinventors
| THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 2013
’ For more information : Peter Leyden: “Reinventors is a series of virtual roundtables done over the new medium of group video about how to fundamentally reinvent many of our 20th-century systems to work in the new realities of our 21st-century world. Reinventors. Brief. They are reinventors too.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Movement of the Day: the US Federation of Worker Cooperatives
| TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2013
They provide essential information and resources according to the membership’s needs, such as meeting facilitation, or research into health plans. Presentation excerpted from David Morgan : “Smaller, regional efforts like VAWC and NoBAWC now feed into a national network of worker cooperatives.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Discussing OWS (4): From the Ideology-Led Organizing of the left to the Behavioural-Led Organizing of #OccupyWallStreet
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2012
This can be seen throughout the St Paul’s occupation, both in the formal structures and within the positive informal interactions – with everyone from tourists, through homeless people, to other campers. What kept the student movement acting together for a time was what we might call action-led organising.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] P2P Essay of the Day: Hacking_the_Food_System
| MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 2012
Special Issue: Food+Tech Connect – how can information and technology be used to hack the food system? The future of urban agriculture is not vertical, nor even simply horizontal. It is distributed and networked throughout the city. In the process, they are forging novel relationships among producers and consumers. Farm-to-Table Groceries. 3.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Creative Commons is to Free Culture what Shareware is to Free Software
| TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2011
Meanwhile, at the radical fringes of cultural production, and in the quickly expanding belly of information technology, a more revolutionary way of thinking existed. Yet, the very technology that made a recorded music industry possible, mechanical reproduction, also made it possible for its users to share it. ”
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Five variables that are creating a social movement ‘with no name’
| SUNDAY, JULY 10, 2011
Furthermore it is likely that such projects will be greatly facilitated by the tools identified in point three and that the norms of social and economic creativity may be informed by the spirit of remix and the free culture movements as identified in point four. Firstly, the failure of neo-liberalism. This has not yet happened.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Mark Pesce on Hyperempowerment, the fourth characteristic of the age of connection
| TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2011
Actions which would have been taken in ignorance are now wholly informed by the presence of hyperintelligence, and are, as a consequence, different and likely more effective. That hyperintelligence is not a static actor. The more comprehensive the hyperintelligence, the greater the range of possible uses and potential effects. P2P Politics
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] An open letter to a pro-copyright author
| WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2011
For such crucial information as permaculture, it may be unethical to restrict the flow of information to only those that can afford it. Moreover, people like me who dedicate their lives to collecting and spreading important information wouldn’t have to live their lives in fear of law suits! would add another extra argument.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Three conditions for a stable panarchical system
| SUNDAY, JANUARY 16, 2011
Individuals who use those sites do not need to, and typically don’t, coordinate their efforts, but the consequence of the intersection of shared information and individual action is rapid innovation. Our friend Paul Hartzog’s tagline on is panarchy.com website is. many.2.many ** peer.2.peer ** d.i.y”. No one of them is sufficient..
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] The moral economy of the farmer, and the problem with profit maximisation
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2010
On the other side, informal relations between the members of traditional societies provide means to secure the survival of individuals. Via Vinay Gupta’s blog , who cites a review of the James Scott 1977 book, The Moral Economy of the Peasant: Rebellion and Subsistence in Southeast Asia. 189)..
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Social change and social media: why the revolution won’t be twittered
| FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2010
Our acquaintances—not our friends—are our greatest source of new ideas and information. Deep social change, requiring high-risk activism, is a strong-tie phenomenom, while social media essentially are based on ‘weak ties’ Hence, the revolution won’t be twittered or facebooked. This pattern shows up again and again.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] New Unionism, the Precariat, and social networking
| MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 2010
It is informal, inclusive and dynamic. Essentially, the rise of the precariat and the parallel development of social networking technology leads unions closer and closer to a single watershed question: To what extent are we willing to entrust organizing to the members? The precariat has everything to gain from coming together in solidarity.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Outlaw biologists vs. DIY bio-hackers
| SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 2010
We’ve gone from an era of very small communities of biologists that regulated themselves and called it’s own moratoria (Asilomar) to federal laws that prohibit human cloning and restrict research on certain kinds of cells. Christopher Kelty has a long and thoughtful piece on Outlaw biology , in which he distinguishes outlaws from hackers.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Collaborative community will only thrive most where out-competing depends on out-cooperating
| SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 2010
And what I like here is that Adler’s and Heckscher’s hypothesis about higher-trust plugs into a view that, in the information age, out-competing will increasingly depend on out-cooperating — a favorite theme of mine, especially after I understood it in the dynamics of high-speed draft lines in NASCAR races at Daytona. But is this justifiable?
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] The externalized generation and its connectivist education needs
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2009
Future generations will likely have access to far more historical information than we currently have. What we create to survive during one era serves as neurosis for another. In education – particularly in technology enhanced education – a similar trailing of ideologies from another era is observed. similarity). 4. Learning needs a target.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] Never Mind the Policy: Can Filtering Technology Stop p2p?
| FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2009
Users can also communicate virally, so can pass information on about holes in any system rapidly. What I find interesting about the coverage is that there is little to no discussion about if such measures are possible. There is no doubt that some technologies exist, but I suspect that there are serious limits to what it can achieve.
- [Information] How to tell when Enterprise 2.0 is not appropriate for your organisation « Hypertextual
In addition, managers make sure any bottom-up or top down information go through them so they can filter and make sure they stay in control. One could exchange information with somebody from another department without going through the manager. It fosters employees engagement and helps leveraging flow of information to create value.
- [Information] Why Social Networking Can Mean Serious Business for Your Virtual Teams
Members of social networking sites can be notified when new members join or when people you know connect to other people, join special interest groups, or post information about themselves or their work. For example, decide how often people need to post certain types of information for use by the whole team. To a point. Get started.
- [Information] Incredibly Dull: Three Types of Knowledge Workers
Incredibly Dull About Me Andrew Gent View my complete profile Topics Information Architecture (22) Knowledge Management (42) Poetry (15) Technology (34) Video Games (18) Blog Archive ▼ 2009 (7) ▼ February (4) What I'm Playing: Persona 4 A Small Piece of Gaming History: Welcome to Gamela. Enterprise 2.0, Why Enterprise 2.0?
HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD [Information] How to Save the World
| SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2007
Simple Formula for Change Through Conversation: Conversation as a Radical Act says its about finding the intersection between the important,appreciated issues (the what), the right, passionate, responsible,informed people with diverse ideas (the who), and the rightmethodologies and process arts to explore these issues (the how).Simple,
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] IPN: A Peer-to-Peer Network Approach to Psychological Work
| WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 2010
How IPN provides civic accountability for psychological work is described, along with some of the values that inform IPN. Psychological Commons’ refers to a psychological space where people can find support for enquiries into their particular experience of the human condition. An eIpnosis article by Denis Postle April 2010. UK psychopolitics.
HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD [Information] Know Yourself, and Beware of Stories
| FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 2009
It was largely focused on the knowing/doing disconnect that I've been writing about, but we also talked about stories -- as tools for giving rich context and meaning to information, and as traps we can fall into if we mistake them for reality. Our Practice and Intention also inform our Autonomy; they teach us more about who we really are.
P2P FOUNDATION [Information] The Renaissance of New Communalism
| TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2009
This view, with cybernetic inspired systems focused rhetoric, linked the varied topics of the Catalog and provided the base for this informatively diverse culture. This information is continually revised according to the experience and suggestions of CATALOG users and staff. Here we describe New Communalism and the Whole Earth Catalog.
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But what the MeetUps platform itself provides is somewhat lacking as a community platform. It has some opportunities for discussion and interaction online, but postings from members seem to be mainly about what an informative and interesting presentation that last sessions was. Meet people with similar interests. That’s what I want, too.
- [Information] Snippets - Communities of Practice are self-forming and operating units are not.
People will do this privately in IM and email anyway if an online space is denied…the informal and intangible organisation is how things get done. . Archive. /. Snippets. Research of insightful things people say. RANDOM POSTS. Jan 24. Communities form around people who share a common specialty, interest, or concern. Stan Garfield.
- [Information] Cheater or Collaborator?
Many have not yet considered that information flow is in two directions. The scenarios described above relates only to the socialbookmarking aspect of research in the digital age, just one component of a complex social system for information sharing and learning. Many have the potential to create dynamic learning environments.
- [Information] Veni Vidi Luxi " Online Communities: what are we talking about? CoPs or Socialized Services?
And because it is regarded not good to unplease someone who took a bit of his time to help you, nobody dares inform her/him that the suggestion was turned down. Veni Vidi Luxi The impact of the knowledge economy on management Online Communities: what are we talking about? CoPs or Socialized Services? 54 secs. And then what?
- [Information] Socialstream and Lifestreams Social Needs | Lifestream Blog
Here’s a snip of the Lifestream task they were trying to accomplish: Aggregated Social Content - Presenting all of a person’s social content in a single site makes it easier for users to keep up-to-date with their contacts by making the process of finding information takes less effort and time. Do you already have an account?
- [Information] infoarch: Collaborative Thinking: Communication (and Coordination?) in a Modern, Complex Organization
infoarch About my experiencesas an information architect Thursday, August 14, 2008 Collaborative Thinking: Communication (and Coordination?) in a Modern, Complex Organization I needed some time to understand this paper! Im Information Architect at Océ in Venlo, The Netherlands. ‘Collaborative Thinking’ pointed me to it.
- [Information] Are you ready for collaboration (again)?
Disclaimer: Information on this blog is of a general nature and represents my own independent opinion. What data, information and knowledge do you intend to share on-line? Disclaimer: Information on this blog is of a general nature and represents my own independent opinion. This is the old ChiefTech blog.
- [Information] Effective Collaboration: Chaos in Collaboration: The Changing Locus of Collaboration (Part 3 of 5)
As an alternative, you do the same search and this time the results come back with additional contextual information based on the use of social algorithms. take the best information presented to me via the machine algorithm and mix it with the additional context provided by the social algorithm, and I make my choice.
- [Information] Why any collaboration strategy must include email " The Diving Board
The emails have information about customers and prospects, they have ideas and solutions, they contain technical solutions, etc. Many are web based and many are document based. The fact is that both are necessary for a holistic collaboration strategy. Email, whether we like or not, is the lowest common denominator other than face-to-face.
- [Information] Collaboration thread in CACM for April 2008 - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
They provide a fairly straightforward description of collaboration as compared to information sharing, coordination, and cooperation. For example, blogs are information sharing tools; project management is about coordination; discussion forums are about cooperation (usually); and brainstorming is an example of collaboration.
- [Information] On KM Australia 2007 (final) " Brad Hinton - plain speaking
Lastly, I hope to catch up with people at the Institute for Information Management conference in Canberra on 15-16 August. Wenger is best known for his work on communities of practice (CoP). have read some of his published work, particularly when I was introducing communities of practice to the workplace of my former employer.
- [Information] Community 2.0 Conference Notes: Day 1 " humantech
Conference information and details will be streamed to [link] Conference participants are encouraged to blog, tag and links content materials. She gave her presentation in lighting speed, and honestly there was so much information that I didn’t even write notes. humantech > technology enabled lifestyle Community 2.0
- [Information] Collaborage: Enterprise 2.0 Implementation Overview
This reason may include customer support, tips, techniques, best practices, news, or simple sharing of information. The information needs to be updated frequently and by qualified members. Information can become stale real quick and without a constant flow of content, members will find better things to do with their time.