Posts Tagged ‘networks’

Pinboard bookmarks for April 21st

Pinboard links for April 21st, syndicated automagically: RGB Led Matrix – prototyp mit einem rainbowduino – LED Anfänger Forum – – Ich habe mich in letzter Zeit ziehmlich mit dem Thema LED Matrix beschäftigt, hauptsächlich mit dem Rainbowduino RGB Led controller von Seeedstudio. Dieser Treiber steuert eine common anode 8×8 rgb led matrix an. […]

We badly need new ideas and new approaches

schon wieder aus aktuellem Anlaß: Lee Bryant zur Big Society Initiative in UK: “We badly need new ideas and new approaches, especially since the gulf between rising demands on public services and available funding to meet them is growing ever wider. More than anything, we need approaches that go with the grain of human behaviour […]

Revolutionäre Netze durch kollektive Bewegungen

aus aktuellem Anlaß:

OSMB: Collaboration changes the game (in application development, too)

Today I’m at the OSMB conference and posting and twittering notes, most of those notes will be posted over at my frogpond Enterprise Collaboration blog (see e.g. Open Source Meets Business (OSMB) – Tag 1 and Trendstudie Open Source im Unternehmen, german language alas). Something with a more BMID-twist is the session “Collaboration Contagion – […]

Socialcamp – der Film

Via Netzpolitik:Socialcamp – Der Film von Helpedia: Zum einen ergeben sich schöne Einblicke in die Reize von “Graswurzelkonferenzen” für die gemeinsame Entwicklung von Ideen, Konzepten, etc., zum anderen wird auch deutlich dass Web 2.0 für viele Nonprofits noch keine zentrale Rolle spielt – die Potenziale bspw. für die Unterstützung der verteilten Zusammenarbeit werden noch nicht […]

Here comes everybody

by Clay Shirky is an “examination of how the wildfire-like spread of new forms of social interaction enabled by technology is changing the way humans form groups and exist within them, with profound long-term economic and social effects-for good and for ill” It’s about how the tools of the web enable people to organize without […]

Harness new sources of creativity

An interview with Satish Nambisan in India Knowledge@Wharton: In their quest to harness new sources of creativity, companies are reaching beyond their R&D labs to tap individuals and organizations outside their corporate boundaries. […] the rise and implications of this network-centric approach to managing innovation. I blogged about The Global Brain: Your Roadmap for Innovating […]