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Social media moving to mobile media?
From Putting People First

Social media moving to mobile media?

In an article for Computerworld, Paul Lamb suggests that we are transitioning from online social media to an era of social mobile media or

Do women need special cell phones? Deutsche Telekom says yes
From Putting People First

Do women need special cell phones? Deutsche Telekom says yes


Physical tools to improve research productivity
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Physical tools to improve research productivity

Using the right tools can improve your productivity: I use black gel pens with a large to medium point. Right now, I favor uni-ball 207 pens. I always carry a...

Google News Adds Author Search
From The Noisy Channel

Google News Adds Author Search

On the Google News Blog today: you can now search by author. Actually, I think you could always search by author from their advanced search page, but now the links...

Bringing the Noise to Technology Review
From The Noisy Channel

Bringing the Noise to Technology Review

As an MIT alum, I take a special pride in having published a short article in the July/August issue of Technology Review. It’s entitled “To Search, Ask” (with credit...

First LIFT09 France videos are online
From Putting People First

First LIFT09 France videos are online

The first LIFT France conference took place last way in Marseilles. Being in Seoul, South Korea, myself, I missed it entirely, but luckily the videos are now becoming...

Four must-read pieces on UX Matters
From Putting People First

Four must-read pieces on UX Matters

Four must-read pieces on UX Matters: The social buzz: designing user experiences for social media By Junaid Asad, UX and human factors professional With the rise...

The rise of the sensor citizen
From Putting People First

The rise of the sensor citizen

Anne Galloway was one of the excellent presenters at the recent LIFT conference in Geneva. So it is with much pleasure to notice that she has written the latest...

Towards social business design
From Putting People First

Towards social business design

Social business design is a new concept that could potentially become quite important for businesses and corporations: In “From Social Media To Social Business...

The revolution will be fetishised
From Putting People First

The revolution will be fetishised

Now that the refrains of “Twitter Revolution” and “the first uprising powered by social media” are fading into the distant memory that is 24 hours ago, we can start...

A range of new products will be created from social data
From Putting People First

A range of new products will be created from social data

LinkedIn founder and CEO Reid Hoffman says in an interview on Nokia’s Ideas Project that the unprecedented accumulation of social network data provides fertile...

Technology is for revolution (and repression)
From Putting People First

Technology is for revolution (and repression)

Far from being a tool for oppression, as often portrayed in old science fiction, technology has become a means of liberation, argues the Financial Times. “Technology...

As blogs are censored, it
From Putting People First

As blogs are censored, it

The New York Times discusses extensively the “Cute Cat Theory of Internet Censorship”, as propounded by Ethan Zuckerman, a senior researcher at the Berkman Center...

The Future of TV
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Future of TV

Dave Knox posts a good piece: I have seen the future of TV

Big Brand Loyalty Fading
From The Eponymous Pickle

Big Brand Loyalty Fading

In a large scale study of loyalty card customers. In the Financial Times. Not unexpected, but note that the funders of the study stand to gain by these results...

Hill Tech Happenings, Week of June 22
From U.S. Public Policy Committee of the ACM

Hill Tech Happenings, Week of June 22

June 25 Hearing: The House Science and Technology Committee will hold a hearing on cybersecurity activity at NIST and the Department of Homeland Security. 2 p...

Marti Hearst
From The Noisy Channel

Marti Hearst

Those of you who know Marti Hearst or follow her work may have heard that she’s been writing a book on Search User Interfaces to follow up on her chapter in Ricardo...

Saatchi & Saatchi CEO Blog
From The Eponymous Pickle

Saatchi & Saatchi CEO Blog

Long time colleague Richard James, who is always interesting, writes: 'Just got back from P&G Alumni event/few days holiday in Rome. Met some fantastic peopleinteresting...

Escape from Cubicle Nation
From The Eponymous Pickle

Escape from Cubicle Nation

Much enjoyed Pamela Slim's Escape from Cubicle Nation: From Corporate Prisoner to Thriving Entrepreneur. This is the kind of how-to book that I usually just skim...

Five Minute Books
From The Eponymous Pickle

Five Minute Books

I see that Jerry Michalski is putting together an interesting conference call idea. See more at the link. Always love new ideas for sharing knowledge. See also...
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