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Pinboard bookmarks for April 15th

Pinboard links for April 15th, syndicated automagically: The Good Side of Quantifying Everything – Justin Fox – Harvard Business Review – We're all already supposed to know that taking small steps forward is key to getting things done in life and feeling good about it. What my running experience is teaching me, though, is how […]

Bookmarks for November 4th through November 5th

These are my links for November 4th through November 5th: Von der Renaissance lernen: Besetzt den Palazzo Vecchio! – Feuilleton – FAZ – 160543-faq-acer-liquid-mt.html – Best RSS Newsreader? – The redesign being horrible, color, space, and clarity-wise is only the tip of the iceberg. Ultimately the sharebros don't care what color the theme is, we […]

Technology innovation trajectories: Two Kinds of Generativity

via I think that Kevin Kelly is right on many accounts, ie. when prediciting: “Each new unformed, hackable, potential invention is quickly refined by use, and this use makes a technology more specific, more conditional, more open to use by know-nothings. Therefore each technology eventually becomes less malleable, less powerful in undefined ways but […]

iPad: The Disneyland of Computers

The iPad, like Disneyland, will continue to be an island of central planning in a sea of decentralized innovation. via Terrific post by Ed Felton – not only all the right reasoning, but also the right metaphors, (iPad) business ecosystem implications included. Posted via web from stirring the frogpond

Microsoft’s SharePoint Thrives in the Recession

Microsoft has managed to undercut even the panoply of open-source companies playing in the business software market by giving away a free basic license to SharePoint if they already have Windows Server. “It’s a brilliant strategy that mimics open source in its viral, free distribution, but transcends open source in its ability to lock customers […]

Institute of Design at a Glance

via Yay, how to tackle problems, i.e. refine and abstract problem statements (and Patrick Whitney is making clear that organizations should try this out – by demonstrating on the example of the music industries and the many options for business ecosystems one may unearth with design thinking). Posted via web from frogpond’s posterous

Future of Software and Open Source

Eine Woche nach dem Kongress stehen die Folien fast aller Vorträge der Open Source meets Business zum Download im PDF-Format bereit, ich werde die verfügbaren in den jeweiligen Posts verlinken. Zu den interessanten Slides von Vorträgen, die ich leider verpasst habe zählen u.a. die von Kim Polese von Spikesource zu “The Future of Software”, einmal […]