- Predict The Future On WashingtonPost.com – Jason Kincaid's brief post highlight how Predictify's adoption by newspaper's is a reminder that “old media” is willing to embrace the interactivity afforded by the web.
- How to Keep Up with the Semantic Space « Shepherd’s Pi – Lewis Shepherd's great post pulling together a host of current thoughts and resources about the Semantic Web. It includes some resources from Henry Story's "My Semantic Web Blogroll"
- Twelve best practices for online customer communities | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com – Dion weighs in on the "the advent of the Web-based customer community, where groups of like-minded individuals focus around a brand or a set of product and services come together and interact online"
- 50 Steps to Establishing a Consistent Social Media Practice | chrisbrogan.com – Nice post from Chris Brogan summarizing steps to put a social media strategy into practice for your company.
- Literacy Debate – Online, R U Really Reading? – Series – NYTimes.com – Interesting article on how the Internet is changing reading styles and, therefore(?) learning styles.
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These are my links for April 8th through April 9th:
- Diversiteria: the blog – Great minds think alike! This company is also approaching diversity and inclusion from the perspective of collective intelligence. Like the Diversity 2.Open program I'm developing, the focus is on better performance not just representation.
- Traders bet Obama will win Democratic nomination – The wisdom of crowds in action. Prediction markets are being used more and more inside organizations as well to aid decision making. This type of collective intelligence has great impact on learning and thinking…
These are my links for February 18th:
- The Pirates Can’t Be Stopped – An interesting look at the seemingly futile battle against piracy. This has huge implications for life as we know it. We have had IP since the first copyright law in 1663. How can we adapt to a new model that will still reward our “starving artists”?
- First Look: Kluster’s Market Approach to Crowdsourcing – A nice article on the forthcoming Kluster.com. Sounds like a nice spin on crowdsourcing plus a predictive market for the ideas generated plus financial incentive. As these markets grow people need to learn how to harness their potential