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In Order to Exist Online We Must Write Ourselves into Being

by: Lynette Webb

A few days ago I got 'meme-tagged'... thanks Alan. broadstuff.com/archives/153-Putting-the-Me-in-Memetics.html

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Switzerland joins the United Nations of Futurelab

It seems to be Switzerland week.  On Monday I was in Basel to discover the wonderful world of pharma, and today we are joined by a new contributor: Dr. Alexander Osterwalder who is a partner at the avant-garde Swiss company Arvetica.

Alexander will regularly update us with cutting edge thinking in the areas of strategy, business model development, design and innovation. 

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A Comment on Comments

By: Guy Kawasaki

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Blogs Are Not Important Individually but in Aggregate Are Powerful

by: Lynette Webb 

I'd imagine this is obvious to anyone who is actively engaged in blogs, but there are still an awful lot of people who aren't.

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Real Mystery Shoppers

By: Ilya Vedrashko

Retailers, beware. The Big Customer is watching you! And takes pictures. And blogs.

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Does Social Media Participation Affect What You Do?

By: David Armano

I keep thinking about the "blogging killing planning" discussion. 

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Rumor: Google Planning Virtual World

By: Ilya Vedrashko

For the record: Blogs today are widely broadcasting a rumor "from an academic who heard through the PhD grapevine" and passed on by a VC that Google is putting together pieces to create a SL-like virtual world based on Google Earth.

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When Does Social Media Fail for B2B?

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A wrinkled blogosphere

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The 21 Strongest Thoughts for 2006

by: Alain Thys

As I compiled the most read posts on this blog, I couldn't shake the feeling that "there was a lot of great stuff missing". That's why I decided to do the "old media" thing and make a selfish editorial selection of what I thought were the twenty strongest thoughts expressed on this blog since its inception (one per contributor). 

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