information

Blogs, wikis, 'voice' and accountability

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people see 1mb of information a second

by: Lynette Webb

The concept of information overload is an old chestnut… but I’ve not seen it expressed so bluntly in these terms before. No wonder my hard drive fills up so quick...

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internet is just the world passing notes in a classroom

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If the Future is Digital ...

by: Lynette Webb

... the guy with the most data wins.

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Optimize for B2B Search Marketing – Part 3

by: Jon Miller

AKA, “How to date your prospects”.

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Information Foraging Theory

I came across information foraging theory via Jakob Nielsen, who described it as "the most important concept to emerge from Human-Computer Interaction research since 1993".

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Marketing to the Infovore

by: Roger Dooley

While the term “infovore” has been kicking around for a while as a cute name for a consumer of information, the University of Southern California’s Irving Biederman is using the term to describe humans exhibiting a more specific kind of behavior: an innate desire for information and learning.

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How Smart is Your Skin? Information as an Organizational Problem

by: John Sviokla

When I was a kid, I played with mercury I harvested from thermometers.  (I also made lead weight belts from scraps of lead I retrieved from gutter repairs we performed on my grandmother's three-decker flats in the factory town of Brockton, MA where I grew up.)

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Blah... Blah... Blog.

by: David Armano

PhotoI love this piece from Hugh.  It perfectly sums up the state of the industry—and I think it provides an insight as to why blogs among other "social network" platforms are being embraced in mainstream fashion.

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How to Remain Sane

by: Guy Kawasaki 

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