Facebook: Iceland Constitution and Gov 2.0

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Iceland have turned to social media to ask the population to crowdsource writing Iceland’s new constitution. In 2009 6 times as many people as in 2005 emigrated from Iceland. So let’s have a look: Population of Iceland (Stjornlagarad?) : 320,000.

Iceland causes virtual teams to finally erupt

Endless Knots

From Reuters/Ingolfur Juliusson, plasmastic Quite a good post (" Eruptions ") from Hugh Tonks at workshifting.com. Clever walk around his team looking at what the shutdown in air travel has meant to them. How many more volcanoes will it take before virtual teams gain some respect?

Trending Sources

Territory Destroys ThoughtAn Open Letter to Jabe Bloom

Evolving Web

Over the last year, David hosted a Kanban gathering in Iceland, Jergen had his Stoos meeting in Switzerland, and Dave et al hosted an event called CALM in England. Dear Jabe It strikes me that we humans often like to think. Yet we are still territorial creatures.

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Representational Democracy is Dead

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Not just the Icelandic Constitution on Facebook but also fixing park benches as a group on FixMyStreets.

Academic Writing as a ‘Desire to Relate’

Jenny Connected

At the same time as being introduced to this video and David Gregson’s work, I have been following Pat Thomson’s blog in which she is sharing how she is running her 8-day writing course in Iceland.

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6 countries, 24 hours and a virtual team stat

Endless Knots

We'd had a bit of trouble scheduling the call as Colin was one of those whose travel plans were affected by that nasty plume of ash that was pouring out of Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull (I love that word - should be in spelling bees) volcano.

Green Chameleon » Called to Account

Green Chameleon

This is clearly pushing the spirit of Open Space, and Iceland is a small country where everyone knows everyone, but it’s an interesting example of public accountability!

phoric 6: alchemy

Engineers without Fears

Among other things, we talk about: Improv and making offers Risk Alchemy Skinny white English guys Iceland magicians Viral simplicity Phatic contradictions I was a bit worried that I wouldn't have anything to say but that didn't prove to be the case in the end. Rob & Johnnie let me do a phoric session with them. Watch the videos and listen to the podcast here. It was great fun.

Now I get twitter

Chris Corrigan

Then today, I read a quick entry on Rob Paterson’s blog about Iceland’s government collapsing and I went to search for more. Finally went to twitter, searched for “iceland&# and got a slew of great articles and even a timely podcast. After being registered for a year and using it actively for a few months I now get twitter. Two recent uses have twigged me to twitter’s terrificness.

In the nabe-or-hood: an etymological excursion

Neighbourhoods

Although the former is clearly quite ancient – Chambers’ etymological mentions Old High German, Old English West Saxon, Old Icelandic and so on – the first recording of ‘neighbourhood’ meaning ‘vicinity’ or ‘environs’ (meaning an approximate place irrespective of residents) does not arise until 1577.

News Updates (September 9, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

PaperPort 12. Nuance released Paperport 12, with new features and SharePoint integration. PaperPort Professional 12 is able to communicate with the Microsoft SharePoint Services 2003, SharePoint Portal 2003, SharePoint Services 2007 and SharePoint Server 2007 document management systems. Now you can get files from these systems, process them as desired, and then save the results by sending the output files back through the Send To Bar.

Links of the Week -- Saturday January 24, 2009

How to Save the World

Iceland: Could we be next?: Rob Paterson describes the situation in Iceland, where the economy has collapsed and bankruptcies have reached Great Depression levels. BLOG Links of the Week -- Saturday January 24, 2009. Value of leading banks' shares 2007 (blue) and today (green). Thanks to Rob Paterson for the link.

Links for the Week -- Saturday January 31, 2009

How to Save the World

The Automatic Earth says we should watch Iceland, the Baltics, the Balkans, and Ireland as states that could fall first , as personal and corporate bankruptcies lead to national bankruptcies and, perhaps, a 'recession' without end. What will be the next Iceland? BLOG Links for the Week -- Saturday January 31, 2009. T his world is fucked. Maybe it's the endless brutal winter getting to me. Maybe it's my resultant lack of exercise.

The HBR List 2009 - How Social Networks Network Best

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

For Managers For Educators For Corporate Buyers Harvard Business Review Visit Harvard Business School Harvard Business Review Harvard Business Publishing Archive/Back Issues Customer Service HBR Email Newsletters Cart Store All Products All Articles Sign In or Subscribe Now How Social Networks Network Best by Alex Pentland The humble bee has much to teach us about the flow ofinformation in our own organizations.

How to tell when Enterprise 2.0 is not appropriate for your organisation « Hypertextual

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

As we’ve seen with the scandals related to Local Authorities that lost money in Iceland, sometimes the ‘least worst’ outcome is the best outcome. Hypertextual Hyperlinks Subvert Hierarchy How to tell when Enterprise 2.0

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

What will be the next Iceland? Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really works. Saturday, January 31, 2009 Links for the Week -- Saturday January 31, 2009 BLOG Links for the Week-- Saturday January 31, 2009 T hisworld is fucked. Maybe its the endless brutal winter getting tome. Maybe its my resultant lack of exercise.

Collaboration - Mapping the value of employee collaboration - Organization - Strategic Organization - The McKinsey Quarterly

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

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Competitive advantage from better interactions

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

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