People don’t scale, People Networks do.

Cross posted from Lifekludger blog I read with interest my good mate, Hugo Ortega’s UberTablet blog. Hugo was the very first guest on our Extraordinary Everyday Lives podcast and, outside of my regular colleagues, has been the single biggest supporter of my Lifekludger endeavours, and indeed myself, in a substantial way – providing equipment toContinue reading “People don’t scale, People Networks do.”

Virtual Worlds and Emerging Technologies for People with Disabilities

I was awake at 3.30am to take part in the Second Life talk that’s part of this forum: (why do I do these things…) Using Virtual Worlds and Emerging Technologies for People with Disabilities This two-part, interactive event will take place in two locations online: First, the live discussion in the virtual world of SecondContinue reading “Virtual Worlds and Emerging Technologies for People with Disabilities”

Is Photodropper ripping of Flickr Manager – Antithesis of a connected culture?

Today I got in my delicious “for” bookmarks a link with a note that a site has appeared called Photodropper (purposely not linked to here) had appeared on the scene and is pushing a WordPress plugin that aside from a few changed variable names appears is the exact code ripped off from a plugin calledContinue reading “Is Photodropper ripping of Flickr Manager – Antithesis of a connected culture?”

inverted relationship management

Over on a post on Naked yak about what a FRIEND really means, Chris offers a comment that got me thinking: It gets even weirder, because of the friends blurring with business colleagues. Maybe the nature and title of the relationship needs to reside in the hands of the one making the connection, not anContinue reading “inverted relationship management”

Extraordinary Everyday Lives #032 : Introducing Kent

The latest EELS podcast is up. In it we welcome Kent as a new co-host. EELS 32 – 24th August 2007 – Introducing kent Interestingly, Chris Carfi, who we had on show #30, has posed a timely post on one of the topics we talk about on the latest show. From his full post hereContinue reading “Extraordinary Everyday Lives #032 : Introducing Kent”

CLOSEDvOPEN: Attitude and Generation gaps

JP picks up on my “Walled Hearts” post and points to the Generation factor. He writes : The median age for Too Open is probably Generation X. The median age for Too Closed is probably Generation Y. Ay, there’s the rub. It occurred to me that from the Enterprise standpoint Facebook looks very open yetContinue reading “CLOSEDvOPEN: Attitude and Generation gaps”