Feedburning like it's 2004

David Weinberger

The post Feedburning like it's 2004 appeared first on Joho the Blog Oddly, I’m trying out the Feedburner service that lets you subscribe to this blog and have new posts emailed to you once a day. The real point of this post is to see whether I’ve set it up correctly.

Notes from 2004

Harold Jarche

I’ve gone through my 2004 posts, which was my first year of full-time blogging on this site, and here is what still remains interesting. Note that in 2004, blogging was not mainstream yet. In 2004, I posted for the first time, “Learning is business, and business is learning – finally.&#. More thoughts & comments from 2004: Many companies are trying to find ways to motivate their knowledge workers.

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The Incongruity Of Facebook’s So-Called Core Values

Dan Pontefract

Founded in 2004, Facebook went public a mere eight years later on May 18, 2012. At the time of this writing, the market cap of Facebook was $661 billion. It … Continue reading "The Incongruity Of Facebook’s So-Called Core Values". The post The Incongruity Of Facebook’s So-Called Core Values appeared first on Dan Pontefract. facebook leadership Uncategorized Zuckerberg

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: GIO 3.0 - The 2007 Global Innovation Outlook

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The Global Innovation Outlook is an experiment that we started in 2004 to help us better surface new and unforeseen opportunities for business and societal innovation.

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Some Thoughts on Multidisciplinary Innovation

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

» November 12, 2007 Some Thoughts on Multidisciplinary Innovation The 2004 US National Innovation Initiative succinctly pointed out that "[Innovation] is multidisciplinary and technologically complex. Irving Wladawsky-Berger A collection of observations, news and resources on the changing nature of innovation, technology, leadership, and other subjects.

An Amazing Story About a Certified Asshole on This American Life.

Bob Sutton

As regular readers of Work Matters know, since I published The No Asshole Rule in 2007 (or really, since I published a short essay on the rule  in Harvard Business Review in 2004) I have since been deluged with stories about certified assholes of every stripe. Bob Sutton. About Subscribe to this blogs feed Email Me Follow Me @ work_matters. Book Me For A Speech. Brightsight Group. Search. 17 Things I Believe. Sometimes the best management is no management at all -- first do no harm!

Whose Connectivism?

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I would like to make just one point, that it is not "Siemen's 'Connectivism,'" that he gave a name to a theory and approach a number of us had been working on for some time. I don't mind saying I borrow the name from him, but I would certainly say this is as much my theory (and that of numerous other people) as it is his.

Stoopid anti-piracy sites, separated at birth?

David Weinberger

This condescending site from the RIAA looks surprisingly like the parody site that I and some friends did in 2004. Amusing. (I I just reposted that second site at hyperorg.com, rather than at its original site


Our Top Tips for Learning from Home


At Xyleme, we’re committed to helping our partners succeed in an ever-changing learning ecosystem, and we’ve been empowering organizations to create, publish, deliver, manage, maintain and analyze learning content more effectively since 2004. Learning from Home' Tips from Our Experts. With unprecedented numbers of people working from home for the first time due to the novel Coronavirus, we’re being bombarded by content geared toward helping people adjust to the WFH lifestyle.

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[2b2k] Open Access articles accelerate science?

David Weinberger

The study consisted of comparing citations among OA and non-OA articles published June 8, 2004 – December 20, 2004, in PNAS: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. A study by Gunther Eysenbach in PLoS Biology suggests that open access articles “are more immediately recognized and cited by peers than non-OA articles published in the same journal.&#

decision-making and trustworthiness

Harold Jarche

This is a work in progress and I’d like to thank Michelle Holliday for getting me to think about these ideas from 2004 again. In the book Systems Thinking: Managing chaos and complexity , J. Gharajedaghi provides an example of decision-making by indigenous people of North America.

Big fish eat little fish and so on

Dave Snowden

Its an old one (2004) and took place in Roundstone County Galway. This sequence of photos is hysterical, and a hat top to Warwick Holder for sending me a copy. Its the story of an attempt to recover a lost car.


Shared thoughts

Harold Jarche

Tweet Over the years I’ve written a fair number of words on this blog, starting in 2004. Some words have resonated with others and have been picked up on blogs and shared via Twitter or other social media. The thoughts in this presentation reflect my perspectives on the work I have been doing for over a decade. You might think of it as a visual business card. Shared thoughts by Harold Jarche. View more presentations from Harold Jarche. NetworkedLearning

Our Top Tips for Managing from Home


At Xyleme, we’re committed to helping our partners succeed in an ever-changing learning ecosystem, and we’ve been empowering organizations to create, publish, deliver, manage, maintain and analyze learning content more effectively since 2004. Managing from Home' Tips from Our Experts. Working from home is one thing, but what about managing from home?

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ATD 2019: Oprah, Seth Godin & “Causing a Ruckus” in Training & Development


As the industry’s leading LCMS provider, we’ve been helping our customers innovate and challenge the status quo since 2004. “Your mission, which you have already accepted, is to make change happen… Go make a ruckus.” – Seth Godin. ATD 2019 is officially in the books, and attendees walked away from this year’s event with a wealth of actionable tips as well as big picture ideas about the future of Training and Development.

The Healing Power of Storytelling: New Scientific Evidence

Steve Denning

In 2004, the New England Journal of Medicine endorsed the importance of storytelling in medicine in its issue of February 26, 2004. The New York Times reported last week on new evidence the power of storytelling in medicine. The NEJM article by Professor Rita Charon argued that health care professionals and patients are increasingly recognizing the importance of the stories they tell one another of illness.

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Harold Jarche » Interdependent Learning

Harold Jarche

Home About Consulting Contact Key Posts Clients Toolbox Français Harold Jarche Entries RSS | Comments RSS Subscribe by e-mail Twitter Faves planetrussell: "Globalization creates interlocking fragility, while giving the appearance of stability."

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Our Tips for Balancing Kids & Working from Home


At Xyleme , we’re committed to helping our partners succeed in an ever-changing learning ecosystem, and we’ve been empowering organizations to create, publish, deliver, manage, maintain and analyze learning content more effectively since 2004. . Tips for Balancing Working & Parenting from Home. Who remembers this video a few years back of a reporter who was working from home and his kids unexpectedly popped in during his broadcast? Can you relate?

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curiosity yields insight

Harold Jarche

Curiosity about online sensemaking led me to Lilia Efimova’s research on personal knowledge management in 2004. “The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.” ” —Dorothy Parker. The core habit to successfully navigate the network era is curiosity.

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creative desperation for desperate times

Harold Jarche

The inspiration came from Lilia Efimova in 2004. My personal knowledge mastery framework was a result of creative desperation. I had just lost my job. My wife was a stay-at-home mother, we had two young children, and we live in a remote economically depressed part of the country.

understanding the shift

Harold Jarche

In 2004 , just as I was starting this blog, we already saw the work ahead of us.

The 2019 Artificial Intelligence Index

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

In 2018, over 60% of AI PhD graduates from US universities went to industry, compared to 20% in 2004, and over twice the number that took academic jobs in the US. AI has emerged as the defining technology of our era, as transformative over time as the steam engine, electricity, and the Internet.

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The Irony of The New Times Reporting on "Knowledge Jobs"

Nine Shift

January 6, 2004. The New York Times has only used the term "knowledge jobs," according to its own search engine, a total of four times. And, if you read the last paragraph in this post: Plus, oh my, the irony! Last month The New York Times used, probably for the first time, the term "knowledge jobs" in a front page story. . Knowledge jobs" are the entire, totality of economic prosperity for post-industrial countries in this century. And yet. AND YET.

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workplace learning — yesterday, today, tomorrow

Harold Jarche

Anyway, PKM — introduced to me by Lilia Efimova in 2004 — became my sensemaking framework in order to stay professionally current and to connect with a global knowledge network. Ten years ago — workplace learning in 10 years — I wrote that in 2019 much of the workforce will be distributed in time & space as well as in engagement. I also projected that work and learning will continue to blend while stand-up training will be challenged by the ever-present back channel.

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Our New Website. What Took So Long?

Adaptive Path

The site you saw before Tuesday afternoon, except for a few homepage tweaks here and there, was pretty much the same site you’ve been looking at since 2004. On Tuesday, we giddily launched a new adaptivepath.com. That’s like 900 years in internet time. Don’t think for a minute we didn’t know we needed a new website before now. It’s been a constant topic of conversation since I got here in 2007 and others tell me that was the case long before.


democracy and equality

Harold Jarche

These were the questions asked during the The Edinburgh Scenarios in 2004. Will technology empower or frustrate learning and will established powers control individuals or will something new emerge? The resulting scenarios were as follows. Web of Confidence: Technology advances, power shifts to emergent players. U Choose: Technology frustrates, power shifts to emergent players. Virtually Vanilla: Technology advances, power retained by established players.

The invisible change in the news

David Weinberger

The fact that in 2014 it seems old hat is the proof that in 2004 Dan’s vision was acute. The first chapter of Dan Gillmor ‘s 2005 book, We the Media [ pdf ], is a terrific, brief history of journalism from the US Colonial era up through Sept. And in 2014 it has a different lesson to teach us as well. Ten years later, what Dan pointed to as extraordinary is now common as air.

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finding community

Harold Jarche

What distinguished high performers were larger and more diversified personal networks.” — Rob Cross, et al (2004) The Hidden Power of Social Networks. Many work teams today are distributed geographically, culturally, or in different time zones.

You snooze, you looze. Also, if you execute poorly

David Weinberger

I’ve been thinking for the past couple of months about seeing if someone wanted to do illustrations for a similar project I posted under a CC license in 2004: “ Now Go to Damn Sleep: A Children’s Book for Parents. &# Now it would be a tad redundant. BoingBoing lauds a new book called “ Go the Fuck to Sleep ,&# by Adam Mansbach, with illustrations by Ricardo Cortés.

Cynefin St David’s Day 2020 (1 of n)

Dave Snowden

Aside from being the Welsh National Day it is also the anniversary of my Mother’s death in the early hours of 1st March 2004, ten days after my Father’s death and a month before my 50th Birthday and early retirement from IBM. On St David’s Day last year, I started a five-part series of posts to update the Cynefin Framework, all illustrated by pictures of the mountains of Eryri, or Snowdonia if you want to use the Saxon which derives from Snow Dun, or snow hill.

Time for advertising to call off the dogs

Doc Searls

Even though ad blockers had been available since 2004, use of them didn’t hockey-stick until 2012-13, exactly when adtech and its dependents in publishing gave the middle finger to Do Not Track , which was nothing more than a polite request, expressed by a browser, for some damn privacy while we go about our lives online. Is this the way you want your brand to look? Digital advertising needs to sniff its own stench, instead of everybody’s digital butts.

Connectivism: Special IRRODL issue

George Siemens

In 2004, connectivism was presented as a new theory of learning that addresses learning in complex, social, networked environments. Sometime last year, Grainne Conole and I managed to convince Terry Anderson to issue a call for papers for a special IRRODL issue on connectivism.

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My morning paranoia: Bernie’s scream moment

David Weinberger

Remember the 2004 Dean Scream? CNN has the nerve to title its posting of this video “2004: The scream that doomed Howard Dean.” My fear is that Bernie Sanders is going to have a bad moment during the upcoming debate, and the media will seize on it to make him look unfit for the presidency. I fear this because I’ve seen it happen before. ” But t’wasn’t the scream that killed Howard Dean’s campaign.

Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Larry's magic numbers - bite.

Martijn Linssen

from 2004 to 2009 SAP revenue grew 42.7% from 2004 to 2009 Oracle revenue grew 128.4% from 2004 to 2009 So, absolutely incomparable : IBM hardly moved, SAP stayed above inflation level, and Oracle more than doubled its revenue. over 2004 to 2009 SAP has an average R&D% of 13.9%

Kevin Wheeler: How Gen Y Learns

Jay Cross

Kevin started FOTI in 2004 out of his passionate belief that organizations need a more powerful and thoughtful architecture for talent than they have. See on Scoop.it – Informal & Experiential Learning. Kevin Wheeler Founder and Chairman the Future of Talent Institute. Jay Cross ‘s insight: Right on, Kevin. I love this: "Gen Y, those in their twenties now, are born of bits and bytes. They hardly read.

#1 Suburbs Go Into Decline

Nine Shift

Nine Shift predicted it in 2004, and two years ago we even wrote it would begin in 2012. Suburbs begin go into decline in 2012. Another big prediction for NineShift comes true! In April, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that central cities are now growing faster than suburbs. The nation's leading housing expert, Robert Shiller, then said that suburbs are in permanent decline. Another housing expert also reported the only suburbs still growing are those with train stations.

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#8 Highways Now Unfundable

Nine Shift

The issue is unsolvable because Gen Y is driving less and less, as NineShift predicted in 2004 and proved in 2010. States are now facing the unsolvable problem of how to fund highways moving forward. Added to that is the likelihood that Boomers, like previous generations, will decrease their driving as they hit age 65. Added to that is the current refusal to increase the gas tax, which has paid for highways for the last half century.

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Post-Pandemic, Is the World Likely to Become Significantly Less Flat?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

He said that we’ve transitioned from a connected to an increasingly hyperconnected global economy since he wrote The World is Flat in 2004. “The golden age of globalisation, in 1990-2010, was something to behold,” wrote The Economist in a January, 2019 article. “Commerce soared as the cost of shifting goods in ships and planes fell, phone calls got cheaper, tariffs were cut and the financial system liberalised.”.

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more than re-skilling

Harold Jarche

In a sense personal KM is very entrepreneurial, there are more rewards and more risks in taking responsibility for developing own expertise.” — Lilia Efimova (2004).

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Reinventing Management: Part 4: Coordination: From bureaucracy to.

Steve Denning

Addison-Wesley, 2004. [3] Addison-Wesley, 2004. [6] Addison-Wesley, 2004.

70:20:10 - Beyond the Blend

Charles Jennings

Diagram from Heinze & Proctor ‘Reflections on the Use of Blended Learning’ (2004). The term ‘blended learning’ first appeared in the late-1990s when web-based learning solutions started to become more widely used and were integrated on one way or another with face-to-face methods. Of course the ‘blending’ concept has been around for much longer than the past few years.

Blogaversary - Five Years of Blogging

Nancy White

May 26, 2004, this blog was born (albeit on a Blogger platform). Darn, it happens every year. I think about my blogaversary AFTER it happens. You can see the archives here: Full Circle Online Interaction Blog: 05/01/2004 - 06/01/2004. I’m still having fun.

mediated relatedness

Harold Jarche

It was based on McLuhan’s laws of media which I have discussed many times here since 2004 ( communication in evolution ) and more recently ( taking back our society ). I gave a presentation on ‘Understanding Media for Learner Engagement’ to the UNL Extension network yesterday. One effect of the network era, and its pervasive digital connections, is that networks are replacing or subverting more traditional hierarchies.

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