Liveblog posts from NEXT11 in Berlin, Germany - a digital conference held in 2011.
#next11 - Day Two in video Paid Members Public
Highlights of the day in under a minute.
#next11 - Lessons from Community-Centric Businesses Paid Members Public
It’s nearly the end of the conference, and I’m flagging. I’ve tried to distill the essence of the advice from three community-driven businesses and keep this punchy. Here goes: Jovoto [http://www.jovoto.com/] – Bastian Unterberg I found the first talk the most difficult to get value
#next11 - An API to your body's data Paid Members Public
David Rowan [http://www.twitter.com/irowan] tried to build a compelling case for gathering and sharing data about yourself, because it can benefit both yourself and society. One example: Patients like me [http://www.patientslikeme.com/]. It’s a site where people are sharing response to treatments for 500
#next11 - Day One in video Paid Members Public
A taste of the conference in just over a minute…
#next11 - Driven to Distraction Paid Members Public
Warning: Liveblogging. Here be inaccuracy, errors and typos Here goes a session on attention, distraction and obsession: Jeremy Tai Abbett [http://jeremy.abbett.net/] has set himself a challenge: answering a question What is continuous partial attention [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continuous_Partial_Attention]? Four steps to Zen: 1.
#next11 #media - New metrics for a new media age Paid Members Public
Warning: Liveblogging. Here be inaccuracy, errors and typos Pablo Metz [http://www.mbr-research.eu/] How similar are the Union Flag and the Tricolore? Both flags… Bike and a ball? Not very. Expcept, they’re both things people buy for their kids. This is the problem data has right now. Measurable