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You Might Be a Digital Anthropologist...

by: David Armano

Upon recently talking about micro-interactions to the folks at Citi, I had a “micro-epiphany.” It occurred to me that companies really need to be looking at the social revolution for possibly one reason over everything else. Insights into human behavior that can lead to future innovations or even product/service improvements.

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Micro-Interactions 2.0

by: David Armano

Tomorrow, I'm giving a talk to a global group of executives from Citi, one of our clients. I've revised "Micro-Interactions" and really feel good about the direction it's moving in.

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Social Networking Will Become Business As Usual

by: David Armano

From my latest contribution to Advertising Age:

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The Future Shape of Health and Care Management

by: Dick Stroud

My Outlook inbox contained two totally disconnected e-mails containing links that illustrate how care and health management in the future might (will) be managed.

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Promoting Events and Festivals in a 2.0 World

by: David Jennings

It's been a while since I posted one of the future scenarios that got cut out of Net, Blogs and Rock'n'Roll the book, so here's the fourth in the series.

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Film Festival Rendez-vous

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Twitter or Facebook?

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Predicting a Green Future

by: David Wigder

This past week, the Industry Standard (IS), an icon of the late nineties Internet boom, relaunched its online property. It did so, however, not as a publisher of industry content but rather as a consumer-driven platform to predict the future.

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The Economist Debate on Social 'Networking'

by: danah boyd

The Economist is doing an "Oxford-style debate" on the following proposition:

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It's Live! New JCMC on Social Network Sites

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