Playing For Change | Higher Ground

...such as being able to easily link to an image?)

gapingvoid gallery: Our potential speaks through the Internet--sharing our products, designs, art, technology and achievements, but look at how we're talking to one another now. The global village has become a reality. Cultural barriers are fading. Phsyical distances are evaporating. Languages can be translated with two clicks of the mouse.

[my epmasys - made *me* smile anyway]

Doc Searls Weblog � World wide puddle

some great quotes and interesting pointers from >>
Doc Searls Weblog � World wide puddle: "I don’t have a conclusion here, other than to say that maybe Nick and both Alices are right, and the Net is not so ideal as some of us (me especially) tend to think it is. But I also think the Net is something we make, and not just something that makes us." [my emphasis]
keep seeing mentions of TedTalks

just wish my connection was fast enough to watch them :(

inbox hero (11 Mar., 2011, at Interconnected)

inbox hero (11 Mar., 2011, at Interconnected):
"Rand: 'The question isn't who is going to let me; it's who is going to stop me.'"


Black in FM
"The historic knowledge–management role of the diplomat highlights the part technology has played in the world of diplomacy, including the relationship between the ambassador abroad and the political centre. It also offers a further perspective on the ways in which technologies open up new possibilities, intended and unintended, often fraught with ambiguity and potential for enhancement and disruption. In turn this offers lessons for further consideration of what can be termed the Dark Side of Knowledge Management, and for organizational communication in general."

Volume 16, Number 1 - 3 January 2011 Table of Contents

Matt Webb's Interconnected (it's all confused and beautiful.)

Matt is back - say no more :->
Matt Webb's Interconnected (it's all confused and beautiful.)