Posts Tagged ‘openness’

Program or be programmed

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

Rebooting businesses

Just listened to the Harvard Business School Ideacast with Don Tapscott, chairman of nGenera Insight and coauthor of “Macrowikinomics: Rebooting Business and the World”. Here’s the mp3 of the 15 minute interview.

Aloha Editor

Aloha editor contenteditable useable View more presentations from Haymo Meran. Via t3n –  das Versprechen und die Vision finde ich ja toll: No Markup! No reload! No iframe! No menu rubbish! No browser crap! just edit

Interaction Design and posterous-ed feelings

Ok, this is more of a pathetic test post to make a point. Posterous seemingly has broken various implicit contracts with me and other users, and while I normally would have used their services for my little video earmarking and microblogging I thought it’s an idea to see if a regular blog post can do […]

Power of (open) technology

Jeff Atwood on the real power of netbooks: these modest little boxes are marvels — inspiring evidence of the inexorable march of powerful, open computing technology to everyman and everywhere Add to this Kevin Kelly in his interview at orionmagazine and you’ll see what I mean. And now go and watch Jason Calacanis rant on […]