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1 November 2008 / erikduval

Snowflakes on Technation

See – this is happening more often to me:

There's something happening here
What it is ain't exactly clear...

Pierre tweets from Educause that

Moira Gunn is o.a. bekend van http://www.technation.com/

I subscribe to technation and listen to two episodes in the car. Steven Baker talks about the numerati in the first and explains how he got interested in the topic of data trails when he learned about how IBM is snowflaking its project teams – a topic we also discussed in the last episode of TWIST, to be published over the weekend. In the second episode, Moira Gunn talks with Jeff Howe about “Crowdsourcing“, and discusses some of the technologies that enable the Snowflake Effect.

Snowflakes everywhere… Am I suffering from the “for a person with a hammer, every problem looks like a nail” syndrome?

Incidentally, twitter is the place where I get such serendipitous recommendations these days. How about you?

And by the way, is there a way to figure out what podcasts people listen to? Along the lines of what wakcopa does for the applications you use? I like the idea of being able to see what applications my ‘friends’ use. How about seeing what podcasts they subscribe to? Is there a site that allows me to ‘see’ that?

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