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A Growing Backlash Against the Relentless Advances in Technology?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Given the relentless impact of technology-based innovation on just about all aspects of society, I like reading the views of different people on the subject, especially those outside my own worlds of technology and business.

The Future of Online Learning: Ten Years On

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

New Technology The development of new technology continues to have an impact on learning. While on the one hand, new technology allows schools and instructors to offer learning in new ways, educators nonetheless continue to face limitations imposed by technology, and sometimes the lack of technology. The employment of data compression technologies has almost been superseded by fibre-optics technology such as lightpath management.

2008 2009

Tony Karrer

It's always interesting to look back at the past year - 2008, think about what has changed for me during the year, and think about what that means for the next year - 2009. To do my review, I first looked at what I was writing about and what people were reading on my blog in 2008.

Publication Day For Scaling Up Excellence -- and Facebook's 10th Anniversary!

Bob Sutton

Today is Facebook’s 10 th Anniversary.   Facebook is an especially instructive scaling case.  Facebook had moved to Palo Alto by 2006, located just a few blocks from the Stanford campus (where Huggy and I teach).

Innovation on the Edge

John Hagel

I’ve played on the edge throughout most of my professional career, whether it was doing deals in the Sultanate of Oman back in the 1970s, building a start-up around a new technology called the microprocessor in 1980, building a new Internet-focused practice for McKinsey in 1993 or spending more time in places like Bangalore, Shenzhen and Shanghai in the early part of this decade (my first visit to Shenzhen was actually in 1982 when I led a major manufacturing offshoring initiative there).

A Slow Community Movement? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Apr 14 2008 A Slow Community Movement? Lion Kimbro on 14 Apr 2008 at 9:49 am I’ve always felt frustrated with the “slow&# metaphor.

How Do You Celebrate Reaching 10,000 Fans on Facebook?

Beth Kanter

I’m a writer – currently working on a novel that explores the dangers of too much science/technology, especially in the realm of extreme religious fundamentalism. I started my current blog in 2008 just after I gave birth to my first daughter.

Take us to The Rivers

Doc Searls

The Future History of Newspages , in April, 2008. And Technology Review ? The apps were, in the jargon of information technology, “ walled gardens ,” and although sometimes beautiful, they were small, stifling gardens.

After Bitly’s fail

Doc Searls

In this brief but intense Age of Facebook, when sites and services — e.g. Facebook Connect — silently provide means for advertisers and third parties to follow your scent like a cloud of flies, that’s a good bet.). I have no intention of connecting to Facebook.

Angry Birds and productivity at work: why distractions can help

Ross Dawson

I was quoted: Chairman of Advanced Human Technologies Ross Dawson told news.com.au This reminds me of similar media coverage just over 4 years ago, when an internet security made up a number, saying that use of Facebook at work was costing employers $5 billion a year. My response , which fortunately also received some good media coverage , was that spending time on Facebook wasn’t necessarily wasted time, and could actually benefit employers.

More on replacing business travel from Jessica Lipnack | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Then I saw this post on Facebook by NetTeams wizardess, Jessica Lipnack. But, numbers aside, where Lohr’s article is like all the rest – and where it misses the point – is in this: Technology alone does not solve the problem.

Crowd-milking

Harold Jarche

In 2008, Seth Godin built upon his long tail hypothesis, by calling the part next to the head, “Pocket #2″, which is a niche of the mass market. As a content creator, will you be providing the fodder that lets Google, Facebook, and YouTube earn huge revenues? Technology

Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It is about stewarding technology as wave upon wave of new tools crashes upon our organizations. Skills, Experience and Qualities of a [.] # Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Management on 28 Apr 2008 at 5:51 pm [.]

Learning With and From Others: Restructuring Budgets for Social Learning

Dan Pontefract

Bersin & Associates indicates that overall training budgets have shrunk by 21 percent since 2008. percent in 2008 to 2.14 In 2008, each learning professional supported 197 employees whereas in 2009, this number increased to 260. staff members per 1,000 company employees in 2008 to 6.2 technologies surfaced within the organization. opportunities and technologies to help facilitate the learning experience of employees.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Wow.Has it been almost a month?! Lets Talk 2008.

Mark Oehlert

» January 07, 2008 Wow.Has it been almost a month?! Lets Talk 2008. " What are your predictions for learning for 2008 ?" Lets pretend though that the question was.what are your predictions for the e-learning/learning/training industry for 2008?

UX Week 2010 – iPad apps, Information Visualization, Facebook, and more!

Adaptive Path

Perhaps still best known for his “The Machine is Us/ing Us&# YouTube video, Michael has since continued to lead the way in thinking about anthropology, education, and new technologies. He also won the 2008 Professor of the Year award for Outstanding Doctoral and Research Universities Professor. So, everyone thinks this “Facebook&# thing will be big. Hooboy! The UX Week 2010 program is definitely heating up.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Facebook on iPhone (Inside Facebook)

Mark Oehlert

Thistranslation of the desktop-based Facebook experience is flawless. Bythat I mean that while not exactly the same, the designers clearlylooked at the user experience they wanted to provide and then lookedfor ways to do that within the confines of this technology.

Doc Searls Weblog · Let’s call it a twiver

Doc Searls

Doc Searls Weblog Home About Subscribe to feed ‹ A standout product • See change › Let’s call it a twiver January 8, 2008 in Blogging , Ideas , Journalism | 4 comments I see Twitter as a River of Tweets, which are 140-character posts. But Facebook is AOL 2.0.

Tracking Hurricane Gustav on Social Media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

But in all fairness to our technology, what a wonderful contribution it can make/is making to the safety and wellbeing of humankind. I hope that the forward action, made possible by our technologies, can save children and families in ways not possible before this century.

Tracking Hurricane Gustav on Social Media | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

But in all fairness to our technology, what a wonderful contribution it can make/is making to the safety and wellbeing of humankind. I hope that the forward action, made possible by our technologies, can save children and families in ways not possible before this century.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Fractal Spikes and Global Competition

John Hagel

At a time when information technology is supposed to make location irrelevant, we need to wrestle with the paradox that location is becoming more, rather than less, important. Greetings, Niki Posted by: Niki | August 29, 2008 at 11:04 AM John, very well-written post.

Perspectives on Social Media – Seattle July 8th | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

The Facebook event is here: [link]. Share and Enjoy: One response so far One Response to “Perspectives on Social Media – Seattle July 8th&# # Ryan on 03 Jul 2008 at 9:50 am Nancy, I’m so glad you’re able to come present at this event.

Reflecting Slowly on Slow Communities | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Later… here are the screen captures of the Tweets) Share and Enjoy: 6 responses so far 6 Responses to “Reflecting Slowly on Slow Communities&# # Jay Fienberg on 10 Jul 2008 at 8:54 pm I really got a lot out of your talk, Nancy–it was excellent!

The Girl Effect – catalyzing positive change | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Share and Enjoy: 12 responses so far 12 Responses to “The Girl Effect – catalyzing positive change&# # raincoaster on 24 Nov 2008 at 3:46 am Thanks for your post. Nancy White on 24 Nov 2008 at 8:55 am raincoaster – I hear ya! Ken Allan on 04 Dec 2008 at 9:18 pm T?n?

The only real social networks are personal ones

Doc Searls

is the question Jeremiah Owyang raised yesterday on Twitter and in facebook. If you’re a facebook member, you can participate. Facebook to me is just AOL done right. The best collections of those for me aren’t on facebook or LinkedIn.

A Slow Community Movement?

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Apr 14 2008 A Slow Community Movement? Lion Kimbro on 14 Apr 2008 at 9:49 am I’ve always felt frustrated with the “slow&# metaphor.

Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It is about stewarding technology as wave upon wave of new tools crashes upon our organizations. Skills, Experience and Qualities of a [.] # Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Management on 28 Apr 2008 at 5:51 pm [.]

Full Circle Associates " Musings on "community management" Part 2

Nancy White

It is about stewarding technology as wave upon wave of new tools crashes upon our organizations. Skills, Experience and Qualities of a [.] # Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Management on 28 Apr 2008 at 5:51 pm [.]

Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It is about stewarding technology as wave upon wave of new tools crashes upon our organizations. Skills, Experience and Qualities of a [.] # Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Management on 28 Apr 2008 at 5:51 pm [.]

A Slow Community Movement? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Apr 14 2008 A Slow Community Movement? Lion Kimbro on 14 Apr 2008 at 9:49 am I’ve always felt frustrated with the “slow&# metaphor.

stevenberlinjohnson.com: Turning 40

Steven Berlin Johnson

No doubt if I was sixteen now I’d be posting pictures of the pile to my Facebook page to impress the girls -- which, for the record, is totally, totally different from posting those pictures to your blog.) Posted by: Keiron Nicholson | June 06, 2008 at 08:01 AM Happy birthday!

My Digital Identity

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Based on my presentation to the e-Portfolios conference, May 6, 2008. Questions, Answers and Technology One way to enquire about e-portfolios is to consider the questions raised by them. To see this, consider the technology that we’re dealing with. 2008, April 15).

Twitter for Learning – 55 Great Articles

Tony Karrer

subQuark , June 14, 2009 Twitter Collaboration Stories eLearning Technology. In a recent conversation, I was asked what I thought about twitter as a learning tool. Over the course of the past few years I’ve moved from saying “I don’t get it” – to feeling like it’s a good addition to my Learning Tool Set. But I also think that there’s a lot more help now around how to make effective use of Twitter as a learning tool. I thought it would be worthwhile to pull together these resources.

More Reflections on SharePoint and Picking Technology | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I got somewhat alarmed when seeing that MS Sharepoint is not mentioned at all in “Digital Habitat&# (book by Etienne Wenger et al on Technology Stewardship for communities). This is where examination of technology at all three levels: platform, tool and feature — can really matter.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Innovating on the Edge of Big Waves

John Hagel

While all attention was on the athletes riding their surfboards, the technology and techniques used to master big wave surfing have evolved over decades, driven by dedicated, perhaps even obsessed, groups of athletes and craftsmen. Technology and practice are intimately linked.

More Reflections on SharePoint and Picking Technology | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I got somewhat alarmed when seeing that MS Sharepoint is not mentioned at all in “Digital Habitat&# (book by Etienne Wenger et al on Technology Stewardship for communities). This is where examination of technology at all three levels: platform, tool and feature — can really matter.

More Reflections on SharePoint and Picking Technology | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I got somewhat alarmed when seeing that MS Sharepoint is not mentioned at all in “Digital Habitat&# (book by Etienne Wenger et al on Technology Stewardship for communities). This is where examination of technology at all three levels: platform, tool and feature — can really matter.

More Reflections on SharePoint and Picking Technology | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I got somewhat alarmed when seeing that MS Sharepoint is not mentioned at all in “Digital Habitat&# (book by Etienne Wenger et al on Technology Stewardship for communities). This is where examination of technology at all three levels: platform, tool and feature — can really matter.

Do Crayons Qualify as Social Media? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Jul 11 2008 Do Crayons Qualify as Social Media? Share and Enjoy: 4 responses so far 4 Responses to “Do Crayons Qualify as Social Media?&# # Jon Husband on 02 Sep 2008 at 5:17 am Absolutely-fricken-YES!

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Restoring Balance in the New Year

John Hagel

The much vaunted “death of distance” joins the “paperless office” as a too simplistic extrapolation of information technology. Posted by: Ian Thomas | February 05, 2008 at 08:58 AM All good resolutions John!