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My 25 Years of Ed Tech

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Diversity University started out as an educational MUD; Walden University was also an early adopter, and a whole bunch more. 1998 – Wikis Also: CMSs, RSS I didn't bother with Wikis. Instead, for me, 1998 was the year of RSS and content syndication.

On value and valuation

Doc Searls

For example, RSS (currently getting more than 3 billion results on Google). But Dave Winer , to his enormous credit, decided not to make RSS itself a business. He made RSS open infrastructure, just as Linus Torvalds did with Linux, and countless other geeks have done with their own contributions to the virtual lumberyard of free building material we use to make the online world. At this point in history, Twitter soaks up nearly all the oxygen the microblogging room.

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Reframing the news

Doc Searls

In the early days Twitter was called a “microblogging” platform. Alas, Twitter posts tend to be snow on the water, flowing to near-oblivion and lacking syndication through RSS —though there are hacks.). Dave created RSS — Really Simple Syndication — as we know it today , and got The New York Times and other publications (including many papers and nearly all Web publishers) to adopt it as well. For RSS it’s syndication.

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Social (hiccup) CRM tools

Martijn Linssen

Creativity, innovation, collaboration, to be valued What does the Social Customer give? Stay in the know via email, RSS, dashboards, and more Listen up people, that is simply impossible. Subscribe Top Posts Generations, Social and Enterprise: adopt vs adapt Enterprise 2.0: Real Profitability Part I: The Big Three and Four Enterprise microblogging: measuring true value "is. Adopt vs adapt Microsoft and Cloud - they just don't get it, do t.

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On value and valuation

Doc Searls

For example, RSS (currently getting more than 3 billion results on Google). But Dave Winer , to his enormous credit, decided not to make RSS itself a business. He made RSS open infrastructure, just as Linus Torvalds did with Linux, and countless other geeks have done with their own contributions to the virtual lumberyard of free building material we use to make the online world. At this point in history, Twitter soaks up nearly all the oxygen the microblogging room.

Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 : Andrew McAfee’s Blog

Andy McAfee

Andrew McAfee’s Blog The Business Impact of IT Home Home RSS Search Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 It wouldn’t be prohibitively difficult or expensive for enterprises to adopt 2.0 lies in the increases in productivity, innovation and enjoyment it enables.

E-Learning Generations

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Through thefirst three generations, a familiar process of innovation occurs: first thedevelopment and piloting of the technology (which is also when the open sourcecommunity springs up around it), then the commercialization of the technology,then the consolidation of that commercial market as large players eliminateweaker competitors. Innovators moved on and began to tryradical new technologies like RSS and AJAX, Twitter and Technorati.