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Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Return on Attention and Infomediaries

John Hagel

Given new technologies, we are finally acquiring the tools required to capture and store our own attention profiles and to make these profiles selectively available to others who offer the promise of further enhancing our return on attention.

Education Technology Strategies - Day Two

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

So the Achieving Excellents has four major objectives: - achieving excellence - ensuring equity - promoting well-being - competence We''ve also been partnering with the Council of Directors of Educations (CODE - ''superintendants'') - this boosts what we know about technology and enabling innovations. We also find these technologies are giving students with special needs a new voice, and to connect with their teachers and classmates. So, we see this huge growth in technology.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: From Push to Pull

John Hagel

At the same time, broader deployment of more flexible technologies, tools and infrastructures makes it more viable to design and manage pull models. For push models, forecasting of demand is a "batch" process done almost as well with 1950s' technology as today's.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: 2005, In Brief

Steven Berlin Johnson

stevenberlinjohnson.com « | Main | » 2005, In Brief Happy new year, you crazy kids. How was your 2005, all told? SBJ via Twitter follow me on Twitter The Basics Im a father of three boys, husband of one wife, and author of five books.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: The Aphrodisiac of Attention

John Hagel

One of my big regrets about missing Supernova 2005 was that I could not be there to hear Linda Stone in person - for my money, she is one of the most thoughtful people on the social implications of technology. Opportunity will be the tools and technologies to take our power back.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Beware "Berrybite" Blowback

John Hagel

In recent weeks, however, JSB and I have been exposed to the dark side of this new technology. Read More] Tracked on August 25, 2005 at 04:23 PM Comments Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview.

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Steven Berlin Johnson

December 20, 2005 in Cities | Permalink Comments Are there enough traffic cams (in NY or anywhere else) for this idea to be feasible? December 25, 2005 at 07:54 AM [link] - [link] - [link] - [link] Posted by: france | April 02, 2007 at 01:38 AM The comments to this entry are closed.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: The Kids Are Crazy For Resource Management Strategies

Steven Berlin Johnson

December 14, 2005 in Games | Permalink Comments Steven, If you haven't tried Rise of Nations yet I'd highly recommend it. Posted by: Eric von Rothkirch | December 14, 2005 at 07:28 AM Concur on the Rise of Nations bit.

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Steven Berlin Johnson

December 14, 2005 in Web | Permalink Comments You can't trust anything. " Posted by: Bob Hawkins | December 14, 2005 at 12:26 PM While interesting as a benchmark, for my daily life, the Encyclopedia Britannica is irrelevant.

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Steven Berlin Johnson

December 11, 2005 in Cities | Permalink Comments There's a reason those New Englanders are alarmingly friendly. Posted by: Bob | December 12, 2005 at 09:12 AM [link] - [link] - [link] - [link] Posted by: france | April 02, 2007 at 01:33 AM The comments to this entry are closed.

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Steven Berlin Johnson

November 30, 2005 in Brains | Permalink Comments I think this new style is fantastic. Posted by: risser | December 05, 2005 at 04:57 AM By the way, I had no idea, as your self-blurb suggests, that your four books are also residing in Park Slope.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Ready for Web 3.0?

John Hagel

What Phil really seems to be talking about is the migration into the enterprise space of many of the technologies that are shaping Web 2.0 One significant barrier delaying deployment of these technologies is the cultural gap separating many of the early pioneers of Web 2.0 technology.

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Steven Berlin Johnson

December 15, 2005 in Politics | Permalink Comments Oh man, this was my fear. SBJ via Twitter follow me on Twitter The Basics Im a father of three boys, husband of one wife, and author of five books.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: Alexa (and Amazon) Let It All Hang Out

Steven Berlin Johnson

December 13, 2005 in Web | Permalink Comments I'm not sure how this is much different from Google's Search API. link] Posted by: Faiser | December 14, 2005 at 07:23 PM The comments to this entry are closed.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: Hong Kong In Motion

Steven Berlin Johnson

December 12, 2005 in Cities | Permalink Comments Nicely done. fwiw, I did something similar a few years ago on a drive cross-country: [link] Posted by: Alex Wright | December 13, 2005 at 10:22 AM that link to the video clip ( [link] didn't work.

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Steven Berlin Johnson

December 08, 2005 in Politics | Permalink Comments I came across these a while ago, and was utterly fascinated. Posted by: Stian Haklev | December 08, 2005 at 11:02 AM [link] - [link] - [link] - [link] Posted by: france | April 02, 2007 at 01:37 AM The comments to this entry are closed.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: Vertical Ascent

Steven Berlin Johnson

December 07, 2005 in Cities | Permalink Comments I remember staying at the infamous Chungking mansions in Hong Kong - a huge high-rise with one or two back packer hostels on each floor. Posted by: Stian Haklev | December 08, 2005 at 10:36 AM The comments to this entry are closed.

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Steven Berlin Johnson

Dispelling the Myth of Readership Decline November 30, 2005 in Web | Permalink Comments Well, it seems to me that the profitability of newspapers has historically come from monopoly pricing on local advertising.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Symposium on Social Architecture

John Hagel

Billed as an “un-conference”, the gathering is going to focus on: the overarching themes and underlying technologies that are driving the massive uptake of people-centered, user-driven, individual-connecting applications, communities, content, and services.

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Steven Berlin Johnson

December 19, 2005 in Cities | Permalink Comments The comments to this entry are closed. SBJ via Twitter follow me on Twitter The Basics Im a father of three boys, husband of one wife, and author of five books.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: Delicious

Steven Berlin Johnson

December 09, 2005 in Web | Permalink Comments > I should have added the inevitable next stage > in this process: the mixed feelings of > regret, envy, and excitement among their > followers when they sell out to the Man.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: The Huddled Masses

Steven Berlin Johnson

December 07, 2005 in Cities | Permalink Comments The comments to this entry are closed. SBJ via Twitter follow me on Twitter The Basics Im a father of three boys, husband of one wife, and author of five books.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: Air Purifiers For Data Smog

Steven Berlin Johnson

November 03, 2005 in Articles , Interface | Permalink Comments The system you propose works for 'uninvited' or unwanted interruptions, e.g. incoming e-mail. the informations come better Posted by: Silvia | November 14, 2005 at 09:38 AM The comments to this entry are closed.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: Ode To Brooklyn

Steven Berlin Johnson

NYO - Observatory December 02, 2005 in Cities | Permalink Comments The comments to this entry are closed. SBJ via Twitter follow me on Twitter The Basics Im a father of three boys, husband of one wife, and author of five books.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: Literary Darwinism

Steven Berlin Johnson

November 07, 2005 in Science | Permalink Comments I find the "Literary Darwinism" highlighted in the New York Times rather lame and uninteresting, for the same reasons you state. (I Posted by: Steven Shaviro | November 07, 2005 at 11:20 AM Steve, great point.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: What is Web 2.0?

John Hagel

In contrast to other technology platforms like PCs or mainframes, it is not a standalone platform, but instead Web 2.0 Technologies alone can only do so much – they are ultimately only enablers. Read More] Tracked on September 26, 2005 at 10:31 AM » Web 2.0

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Bra Blowback

John Hagel

Top Form has set up a laboratory near Shenzhen to aggressively pursue research into bra technology. But the temptation to turn to regulation is especially pronounced on the edge – whether it is the edge of industries, regional economies, cultures or technologies.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Unbundling Time Warner

John Hagel

We each have only 24 hours of attention each day – no amount of technology innovation will change that basic fact of life. Read More] Tracked on December 23, 2005 at 03:18 AM Comments Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Dubai as Router for the World - Containers and Packets

John Hagel

For those interested in a great techie build on the original Taggart article, please see the PowerPoint presentation by Nick Gall of the Meta Group on “TCP/IP and Shipping Containers: How to Architect Freedom” delivered to OSCON 2005.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Dubai - Global Talent Magnet

John Hagel

Those with families might find it an attractive environment to raise their children and others might be enticed to come for a few years in search of interesting business and technology opportunities.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Druckers Gone

John Hagel

He saw that real understanding came from focusing on dynamic processes shaped by new knowledge, technological progress, entrepreneurs, innovation and growth – exactly those areas that conventional economists have the most difficult time explaining with their “rigorous” mathematical models.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Delphi, Detroit and Dead-Ends

John Hagel

If you dig deep into the stories, you may find an occasional reference to new technology and innovation, but the headline and bottom line are clear: these are simply the next wave of efforts to squeeze suppliers.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Confronting the Offshoring Challenge

John Hagel

educational system is producing fewer graduates able to compete in technology-related jobs.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Patterns of Business Innovation in China and India

John Hagel

A variety of conversations also reinforce that they understand the way to increase productivity is through intense competition to drive innovation supported by investments in world class facilities and technology and talent.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Diamonds and China

John Hagel

As the article reports, “With a potent mix of experience, cheap labor, advanced technology and strict quality controls, they are challenging the industry leaders. Posted by: KayTee | November 28, 2005 at 05:33 AM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Fragility of Globalization

John Hagel

He has a new article in the Spring 2005 issue of The National Interest entitled "Trading Places" (for some reason, on the cover of the print version of the quarterly, Druckers article has the more ominous title of "Our Mercantilist Future").

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Process versus Practice

John Hagel

This will require a fundamental mindset shift on the part of executives and a different approach to technology infrastructure and tools, creating an opportunity for a new generation of products and services.

stevenberlinjohnson.com:

Steven Berlin Johnson

stevenberlinjohnson.com « The Strike | Main | 2005, In Brief » Nerve is running a the transcript of a long, enjoyable conversation I had a few months ago, with my old friend Rufus Griscom, who co-founded Nerve many moons ago and who has brilliantly kept it alive and thriving through all the dot.com madness. December 24, 2005 in Games | Permalink Comments I have insider information that the SBJ diet include vast quantities of a food-like product called Pringels.

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Steven Berlin Johnson

December 18, 2005 in Interface | Permalink Comments Crazy, mine broke earlier this week and I was also debilitated. Posted by: Matt | December 18, 2005 at 09:35 PM Ever hop on a Mac without Expose enabled? Posted by: fengypants | December 18, 2005 at 11:30 PM Steve - mine stops working occassionally too, and then randomly starts working again. Posted by: yellowhandman | December 20, 2005 at 05:40 AM Hold it upside down and spin the wheel like crazy in different directions.

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Steven Berlin Johnson

December 16, 2005 in Television | Permalink Comments Yes! Faiser Posted by: Faiser | December 17, 2005 at 03:25 AM "Jumping the shark" is so last year. This year the phrase on everyones lips is "Jumping the couch" Posted by: Steve | December 19, 2005 at 06:16 AM According to the 'Jump The Shark' web site (done by Jon Hein, the guy who has certainly done the most to popularize the phrase): "It's a moment.