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February 28, 2005

Protecting Bloggers and a Principle of the Internet

In aid of some bloggers, but hopefully with at least half an eye open.

February 23, 2005

Go Ogle Moonface

Three cheers for incorporated subversion's James Farmer and his theory about the naming of Google.You see the real source for the name [Google] is Enid Blyton, in particular from The Magic Faraway Tree series where Silky and Moon Face are...

February 21, 2005

HP and the Dignity of the Individual

This from John Maloney (an ex-HP man)"In the sixty years before 'CarlyCo,' HP led incredible growth through highly distributed, individualized models. The dignity of the individual was paramount. This single solitary value pioneered legendary worldwide practices as flex time, open-door,...

London KM Cluster - April 2005

Via the KM Cluster, there's going to be a London Symposium on "Enterprise Value Metrics and Measurement: Advancing Intellectual Capital Leadership". Time and Date: Friday, April 29, 2005 8:00am - 5:00pm More details here, though not yet seemingly. Still, if...

February 17, 2005

links for 2005-02-17

fac.etio.us Delicious gone all PMEST (categories: Classification SemanticWeb)...

Handicraft and the personal touch

... probably just snotty rantings.

HR and Genes

As serendipity would have it, there's a discussion over at AOK being hosted by Dave Ulrich. In it Dave and Jack Ring came up with this:"... the key point ... "Once we know the capabilities required, we can begin to...

February 16, 2005

Conversational Black Holes

... can be caused by tensions between openness and hierarchy.

February 15, 2005

links for 2005-02-15

Co-Links (categories: CoolTools) The Obvious?: Coming together or falling apart? (categories: MakesThink) Seb's Open Research: CiteULike and Connotea Academic Linklogging (categories: CoolTools Academia)...

Kaisen

Basic Training: Module #1 in the PKM handbook

February 14, 2005

Digital Knitwear

This brightened up my Monday morning. Heard news of it over the weekend, but the rather brilliant Natalie 'Bawdy Nan' Steed has been doing some knitting. And her rather brilliant husband Jeremy has been doing some packaging. And they've invented...

February 11, 2005

London of Lloyds

Lloyd Davis podwalks London as it is

The message from geneticists

... is to favour PKM.

February 9, 2005

Networks and the Military

A military must read on operating in a network age

February 3, 2005

Traffic, Congestion and Information Flows

On a possible mathematical basis for the cost-benefit of connections.

February 2, 2005

The architect and the wiki

On getting wikis started and the parable of the architect and the toilet