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January 27, 2005

Commanding Information

"It's like the weather. A commander does not need to know the barometric pressure or the winds or even the temperature. He needs to know the forecast. If you get too caught up in the production of information, you drown...

Outside the Box and Up the Creek

Joyce Wycoff is running a quick survey to see what (if anything) we might replace the phrase "think outside the box" with. [Hat tip to Heath]As she says, "Think outside the box" became a cliche because it was a great...

January 25, 2005

My first sensible leap of faith

Do something worthwhile with your computers - please.

January 20, 2005


When shops play music, why don't they do it along the same lines as LastFM?

January 19, 2005

Hierarchies hurt your health

... and autonomy makes you better

January 18, 2005

Where we stop and you start

Can companies ever be more than the sum of their parts?

Comic Timing & Communication

Here's a question: what, apart from laughs, do we lose when we communicate through medium that doesn't allow for comic timing? Answers on a postcard, please....

January 17, 2005

Self-Linking and Self-Love


How well can you concentrate?

On a bizarre experiment on concentration and why it might mean there is no perception without attention

January 13, 2005

Just to set the record straight ...

Just railing against a buzz word

January 12, 2005

Visualising Communities and Characters

Ancient British Scientist finds Anjo's work on communities or "settlements" a real treat.

January 7, 2005

Lost child found - a week ago

Tsunami Boy found already

January 6, 2005

links for 2005-01-06

Metacrap Putting the torch to seven straw-men of the meta-utopia (categories: Metadata Semantic_Web) interactionary » The Cognitive Cost of Classification Jess McMullin seems to be pretty brilliant (categories: metadata classification Semantic_Web)...

Lost child - please help

Do you know this child?

January 4, 2005

Happy 2005

Belated best wishes for 2005!...