Posts Tagged ‘businessmodel’

Bookmarks for March 22nd through March 23rd

These are my links for March 22nd through March 23rd: Display Twitter on an Arduino – Hack a Day – The SocialBot9000, as [Chris] calls his build, is an Arduino Uno connected to an Ethernet shield and an LCD character display. The firmware uses the Twitter API to search for recent posts containing the phrase, ‘socialbot9000.’ […]

Pinboard bookmarks for January 31st

Pinboard links for January 31st, syndicated automagically: When your users tell you ‘you are not adding value’: Boycott against Elsevier – not alone an academia problem

Pinboard bookmarks for January 10th

Pinboard links for January 10th, syndicated automagically: Solar PV Monitoring System | OpenEnergyMonitor – Here is the documentation for a solar PV monitoring system that’s been developed as part of the OpenEnergyMonitor project. It’s based on Arduino and is fully open-source; hardware, firmware and web application. The system monitors both generation and consumption and gives […]

Pinboard bookmarks for December 7th

Pinboard links for December 7th, syndicated automagically: Bildung nach dem digitalen Klimawandel: Das Buch verdunstet in die Wolke – – Tatsächlich änderte sich dann in den Klassenzimmern aber gar nicht viel. Bis heute blieb es im Prinzip bei dem System, das sich Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts zusammen mit der industriell-bürokratischen Organisation herausgebildet hatte: Der […]

Pinboard bookmarks for November 28th

Pinboard links for November 28th, syndicated automagically: talkabout » Facebook ist eher (private) Party. Google+ eher (öffentliche) Convention.: – Menschen mit gleichen Interessen finden – und sich vernetzen Google+ eignet sich wie kein anderes Netzwerk anderer Internet-Dienst, Menschen mit bestimmten Interessen zu finden – und sich dann mit ihnen zu vernetzen. Google+ ist im Gegensatz […]

Bookmarks for October 26th through October 27th

These are my links for October 26th through October 27th: Papierloses Büro – 10 Virtuelle Faxdienste im Überblick – – Transforming into a social business – questions the technocentric way that many organizations have approached social business (or rather social software) this far and suggests a business-oriented approach to socializing business operations, focusing on […]

Program or be programmed

In reference to a twitter conversation that got spurred by me buzzing this Schockwellenreiter blog post