From Benz Wiki
What trace does dogfood leave on the open blue sky?
What are we trying to do? how are we going about doing it?
- "Open government is a citizen-centric philosophy and strategy that believes the best results are usually driven by partnerships between citizens and government, at all levels. It is focused entirely on achieving goals through increased efficiency, better management, information transparency, and citizen engagement and most often leverages newer technologies to achieve the desired outcomes. This is bringing business approaches, business technologies, to government."
- --@JohnFMoore | +John Moore, on his G+ post "much better infographic of President Obama's first Twitter Town Hall
CoAuthoring and DAV
- EtherPad - "Collaborate on documents in really real-time" at Etherpad Foundation (c/w nice short video)
- A working example: Karan Bavandi's work as @KBucketeer, e.g. http://www.kbucket.com/main/view_kbucket/41
- The Brain - "Know more. Map your mind." "Create the ultimate digital memory and find any idea or file in seconds"
- Networked HelpDesk (ticket system) - Introduction; API; RFC
- Twitter for Newsrooms - Twitter Media; #Report (A Strategy for Search; Finding Sources; Mobile Tips) and #Engage (Glossary; Effective Tweeting; Branding) and #Publish (Tools;; Display Guidelines) and #Extra (Support Forms; Our Blogs; Ecosystem Partners)
- Tagging / Categorization; Taxonomy / Ontology
- "Social Bookmarking" at 23 Things for Archivists
- "Social Bookmarking - An intro to tagging & folksonomy" - video presentation by BookmarkingDemon.net at Veoh.com
- "Tagging, Folksonomy & Co – Renaissance of Manual Indexing?" (PDF; JAN2007) by Jakob Voss; Common Library Network GBV (Locally: Tagging-RenaissanceOfIndexing.pdf)
- "Using Folksonomy to Build a Social Voter File" at Voter Universe
- "The Future of Science" by Michael Nielsen (17JULY2008)
- OECD "Better Policies for Better Lives" Newsroom
- Three Pots - "The overturned pot can receive nothing; the pot with holes can receive, but whatever comes in leaks out; the poisoned pot ruins whatever it receives." In none of these cases is the propagation of information futile! --KC:
- Anecdote - So after the workshop I was gratified by the woman's clear and confident views on the issue. But then (not all "Eureka moments" are positive) in conversation I realized that her "views" were actually nothing more than talking points. Far from having interiorized an insightful appreciation of the subject matter she had come away with a list of superficial slogans and cliches. Gadzooks! The workshops had as though functioned like "manufacture of consent". (Recalling the genesis of "GNodal", AUG1976 --bdt)
- From my "Soup", a snippet about Herman Hesse's glasperlenspiel taken from "Fortune Cookies" on the Glass Bead Game Wiki run by LudSim.org aka "Center for Ludic Synergy"
- Just out of the oven from @LEDFace, this infographic; "The science of surviving the zombie apocalypse" which I tweeted as "What is #CollectiveIntelligence? #SwarmIntelligence? What are #EmergentBehaviors?"
- A Prezi by Michael @Silverton: "Open Science: History, Progress, Prospects".
- From University of Richmond (VA), Dr. Donelson R. Forsyth's "Group Dynamics Resource" page at Jepson School of Leadership Studies.
Posts / BlogRoll
- "KM as a hippocampus (JUNE2011)" in "Library Clips" blog by John Tropea (@JohnT).
- "Tribes and networks coexist" by Harold Jarche (@HJarche)