Attack of the clones: all social networks are NOT becoming the same Paid Members Public
Yes, all social networks are developing the same feature set. No, that doesn’t mean they’re all becoming the same. Here’s why.
Meet the new social media hierarchy, same as the old one Paid Members Public
Why social media feels so much less exciting [https://medium.com/meta/f774460d5a7d] when it’s established: > Open systems start with no hierarchy, so they look like meritocracies at first, but network effects mean newcomers create a hierarchy, often without even meaning to. We will never return to a Twitter
Le Web 08: Leadership in the Network Paid Members Public
[http://www.computerweekly.com/blogs/enterprise-social-software/assets_c/2008/12/daveweinberger.html] Quick summary of Dave Weinberger’s speech: Information age has been formative of who we are as individuals and people together. also formative of what our idea of leadership is. As it comes to a close, it’s
Dion Hinchcliffe on Enterprise 2.0 Paid Members Public
“They push the traditional business software out to the edge of the network, because they are so powerful,” he said. Key things to address: * Peer production – already affected software * Owning your classes of data – data becomes the competitive advantage * New distribution models – building a website and driving people there is
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