A week in Tweets: 17-23 April 2011

Still in catch-up, as seems to occur all too often – apologies. Another week’s-worth of Tweets and links, anyway. Usual categories, of course, after the usual ‘Read more…’ link.

Enterprise-architecture, business-architecture, business-strategy and suchlike:

  • jdevoo: RT @jpertusa: Fascinating! TED: Repository of open source hardware for development http://bit.ly/fywYGn #sustainability #entarch
  • JohnPolgreen: RT @pbmobi: real architecture=something where there was an intention to make something beautiful in the most optimistic, humanistic way (Gehry) #entarch
  • JohnPolgreen: RT @raesmaa: Why User-Customized Products Are the Future of Business (For Real This Time) http://rww.to/i9sFUV /via @RWW #bmgen #bizarch #entarch
  • aojensen: RT @adraffin: By @nickmalik (2009): An examination of the OMG Business Motivation Model http://bit.ly/g5WAiU >useful assessment relative to #entarch – precursor to Nick’s own (later) EBMM ‘Extended Business Motivation Model’
  • oscarberg: RT @gfriend: RT @justmeans: China Reduces Its Target Growth; Aims for More Green http://bit.ly/ibiqSj >a wise move… #sustainability #entarch
  • oscarberg: Embracing Chaos with a Little Help from My Friends: http://wp.me/pAMEL-hS by @raesmaa < Insightful analysis #entarch
  • (via @raesmaa) By @hjarche Emergent value http://bit.ly/evVcBP Embrace chaos http://bit.ly/ejiUQ7 >recommend #cynefin #entarch /cc @cfkurtz
  • ArchiTool: [post] “Archi allows for EA Conversations” http://bit.ly/ikibzU #archimate #entarch >let us know how we can help in this?
  • SystemsWiki: http://bit.ly/cJcwGo Insight Maker – a great utility for developing numerous types of system thinking diagrams and it’s FREE!
  • EABard: RT @gotze: Shall We Play A Game? Introducing The EA Game http://bit.ly/ihdQsW #entarch #systemthinking  >v.interesting…
  • Josvanoosten: RT @jvdschenk: Howto: Geolocation Tools And Marketing –  http://bit.ly/fnrhP9
  • rettema: Why nature misses abrupt transitions http://www.synapse9.com/drpage.htm #ea #bmgen >tangled in explanation, but interesting and worth exploring…
  • thoughttrans: RT @bmichelson: having a Goldilocks and 3 engineers morning: over-engineered, under-engineered and just right.
  • hvaelama: Are we responsible of our desires? http://bit.ly/gSnkiL >Humberto Maturana on metadesign – foundations for #entarch etc
  • jdevoo: More Kalundborg-style industrial ecoparks with Sourcemap – open supply chains http://www.sourcemap.org/ via @VenessaMiemis  #sustainability >interesting and almost scary for #entarch etc
  • Eclectopedic: RT @jayrosen_nyu: “Expecting people to be convinced by the facts flies in the face of, you know, the facts.” http://jr.ly/dhfx On the science of denial. >probably explains why trying to explain real-#entarch to the IT-centric types is a waste of effort… 🙁
  • EnterprisingA: #EADeadlySin (2) Having an architecture but not showing it to anyone //  How to spot a #badarchitect (6): They’re not sure it’s right so they don’t write it down
  • tetradian: [post] Enterprise-architecture as language http://j.mp/gWDVCf #entarch
  • rsevero: Very good! a language well spoken does not requires a mind translation effort RT @tetradian: EntArch as language http://t.co/l4mAUBc
  • seabird20: RT @tetradian In case you missed it: [post] Enterprise-architecture as language http://bit.ly/gWDVCf #entarch #in >> I like and commented.
  • EABard: Mike Rosen: Lessons from La Tour d’Eiffel http://shar.es/HpL0J #entarch #bmgen
  • joemckendrick: RT @dtapscott Helen Keller was right. “Happiness is not attained through self gratification but through fidelity to a worthy purpose.” >applies as much to #entarch etc as to individuals
  • kvistgaard: RT @operninha: Enterprise Architects urges adoption of TOGAF as minimum certification for #entarch itects http://zite.to/gj86NP <- strongly against. Not until TOGAF becomes EA framework which it’s now clearly not (http://bit.ly/fuUY1V)
  • davidsprott: Are you suffering from Parallel Universe Syndrome? Probably. I suggest a pragmatic governance based solution.  // parallel universe syndrome – when BA, BPM, SOA, AM and ITSM don’t coordinate. http://tinyurl.com/3oef6e6 #entarch
  • toddbiske: On @forrester teleconf about #entarch management suites hosted by @tdegennaro // Asked about services when implementing an #entarch mgmt suite, @tdegennaro indicated a big need was in new/changed processes to support use
  • jdevoo: RT @cshirky: Henry Farrell’s “Against studying the Internet”  http://bit.ly/ftzHkq >close parallel with #entarch
  • rivettp: just downloaded the Free BPMN 2.0 Modeler for Visio – http://bit.ly/bOPWC2 #bpmn #bpm #xpdl >requires (free) registration
  • CreatvEmergence: RT @wwjimd @DavidHolzmer Vocabulary of Emergence « Studies in Emergent Order http://ow.ly/4DOXv >useful for #entarch
  • davidsprott: April CBDI Journal is now available at http://tinyurl.com/4jcgrfj note the journal is now available free with registration // Incl: A governance approach to coordinating the disciplines involved in business improvement. // Includes Practice Guide: Innovative Business Process Design by Richard Veryard
  • tetradian: [post] More on ‘Not-quite VPEC-T’ http://bit.ly/htKmGo #entarch #vpect #bcdesign (for @taotwit)
  • taotwit: @tetradian http://bit.ly/eFbksP > my comment on [post] More on ‘Not-quite VPEC-T’ #entarch #vpect #bcdesign
  • adrianrcampbell: RT @tetradian:  on ‘Not-quite VPEC-T’ http://bit.ly/htKmGo – or Content = Completions = Outcomes ? #entarch #vpect #bcdesign
  • CreatvEmergence: Yammer: “The Cultural Imperative For A Social Business” – http://adjix.com/9byd via @Lawsagna
  • JohnPolgreen: RT @gotze: Launching the #entarch league http://lnkd.in/vApYNE >innovative approach to #entarch dev’ment
  • DavidGurteen: Transition from the Institution to the Personal is one of the most paradigm shifting aspects of our time http://bit.ly/flMYtQ >’attention economy’ #entarch #bizarch #economics
  • theopengroup: Jason Uppal: Is Enterprise Architecture a Profession? http://nblo.gs/gVUjK >some of the same old ground – the greatest problem blocking EA as a profession is its hijack by IT-centrism…
  • practicingEA: Closing the innovation gap requires empowering users, safe innovations zones, and rethinking standards. http://lnkd.in/mg7HbJ #entarch
  • SAlhir: RT @Jabaldaia #Innovation of products and services requires trust in interactions http://bit.ly/ggRFci >recommend #entarch
  • SAlhir: Differentiating On Customer Experience RT @customerthink What makes you different? http://bit.ly/f4XVKg #bizarch #entarch
  • EABard: #entarch in action: change the story, change the enterprise. >see also my ‘The Enterprise is the story’? http://bit.ly/4Hj7a3
  • thoughttrans: An #entarch encompasses much more than #itarch and #bizarch. does everyone get that now? >probably not.. 🙁
  • ironick: RT @juliebhunt: @berkson0 briefly chasing the theories of panarchy:nested cycles of adaption -& pace layering:different rates of change within a ‘structure’ #entarch
  • tetradian: RT @aogeacolombia: http://ning.it/et6Lnc Summary of #AERio #entarch conference – presentations and videos [text in Spanish]
  • SAlhir: RT @aquarry Finding Success by Putting Company Culture First http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/219509 via @entmagazine short+ long term success depends on this
  • DavidGurteen: RT @MaxMckeown: Some want to know how things work. Some care if it gets them what they want. Others don’t want to know or care at all. #differences >key reality in #entarch etc
  • SAlhir: RT @Jabaldaia Some good readings on #DesignThinking http://bit.ly/dPM9uH
  • BillIves: RT @jbowles: By @drmcewan: Loosening Taylorist Stranglehold on the Workplace http://bit.ly/e8xr75> > bout time #entarch
  • SAlhir: RT @Jabaldaia When ideas are good viruses http://bit.ly/fPskqa
  • gkathan: RT @mcgoverntheory: #Entarch continues to take backward steps in many orgs. Not only in terms of time horizon but repeat of historical learning. #cio
  • SAlhir: RT @GetTribalNow: Company culture is more resilient than business strategy. >v.important point in #entarch etc
  • SAlhir: RT @DavidHolzmer: Why Design Thinking Might or Might Not Be the Next Competitive Advantage for Corporations http://bit.ly/fFtF0p #entarch #bizarch
  • SystemsWiki: How Important are Mission and Vision to the Effective Functioning of an Organizational System? | LinkedIn http://linkd.in/hcEoKu >interesting LinkedIn thread, relevant to #entarch etc
  • SAlhir: RT @Jabaldaia Unlocking the passion and purpose through empathy http://bit.ly/hZGD4i #entarch

A fairly intense discussion about the metaphor of ‘engineering the enterprise’:

  • tetradian: [post] Why ‘engineering the enterprise’ doesn’t work http://bit.ly/gAPxdM #entarch
  • krismeukens: @tetradian Even with how much I agree, I do think that defining structure (org, process, role, etc.) is engineering.  It’s not black/white.
  • tetradian: @krismeukens strongly agree that engineering metaphor applies well to _some_ aspects of the enterprise – but _not_ as the sole metaphor
  • krismeukens: @tetradian as architects we need to bridge un-order with order, to recognize both.  Order is essential for reliable outcomes and scaling.
  • oscarberg: Why ‘engineering the enterprise’ doesn’t work http://flpbd.it/ynE4 < True. Doesn’t even work very well with IT systems. // @tetradian great post, pretty much nailed what I have against (how some people see) #entarch
  • rettema: @tetradian But Enterprise Engineering does as it works from Enterprise Ontology
  • tetradian: @rettema from what I’ve seen, Enterprise Ontology models seem almost worse than engineering, tho’ is probable i don’t understand them… 🙁
  • pelujan: RT @tetradian: @rettema from what I’ve seen, Enterprise Ontology models seem almost worse than engineering | Just coming at it from a different angle
  • leodesousa: @tetradian well put. We constantly fail to capture the “human” part of #entarch and then wonder why our practice is seen as an IT effort
  • rettema: @pelujan @tetradian Dare to think differently, ontology is not mapping reality it is seeing guided by theory and philosophy.
  • tetradian: @rettema “ontology is not mapping reality” – what are EntOntology diagrams? – they look very much like ‘same-old thinking’ to me..
  • pelujan: RT @tetradian: @rettema “ontology is not mapping reality” – what are EntOntology diagrams? – they look very much like ‘same-old thinking’ to me | Crux is mapping the CORRECT relationships, the ones that count.
  • tetradian: @pelujan “Crux is mapping the CORRECT relationships, the ones that count” – which are ‘correct’? – in modal-logic, are only probable at best
  • rettema: @tetradian the theory behind create the glasses through which you see ontology. Quite different than metamodels by which you map.
  • pelujan: RT @tetradian: …which are ‘correct’? – in modal-logic, are only probable at best | Only time and empirics will tell
  • pelujan: @rettema Theorize, model, execute, analyze, rinse, repeat cc: @tetradian
  • tetradian: @rettema hmm.. – most of EntOntology I’ve seen (e.g. DEMO) has been impenetrable diagrams w simple true/false logics – what’s different? // (tho’ I’ll freely admit that the problem here is probably my own lack of understanding about what EntOntology aims to do… 😐 )
  • rettema: @tetradian Do not see diagrams see habermas and searle, it is in the building of diagrams in which you learn to see ! // the process is the value not the model.
  • tetradian: @rettema yeah. my fault, I guess. all I’ve seen is DEMO, which seems to repeat exact same ‘engineering the enterprise’ fallacy

Some ideas from Martin Berman on ‘EA of the future’:

  • bergmart: EA of the future: organic, only a few boundaries especially in the area of data, but a lot of freedom for users to create processes #entarch // EA of the future: designing applications will be a crowd thing. Less important for EA’s. // EA of the future: we need more patterns and less methodologies and frameworks  // EA of the future: in a few years frameworks will become obsolete #entarch
  • tetradian: .@bergmart: “EA of the future: in a few years frameworks will become obsolete #entarch ” – interesting: care to explain why you think this?
  • practicingEA: @tetradian @bergmart: “EA of the future: in a few years frameworks will become obsolete #entarch”-more likely just modular & scale-downable.

Narrative-knowledge, knowledge-management, creativity, leadership and anything along those general lines:

  • SAlhir: RT @Jabaldaia Hiding emotions behind 140 characters http://bit.ly/glo2VM #collab #socmedia
  • unorder: SlideShare presentation: The Essentials of Business Storytelling http://slidesha.re/hWcA5J >recommend #bizstory
  • oscarberg: RT @timekord: Gary Hamel’s pyramid of human capabilities http://goo.gl/Z0ubE @bernardgolden VIA  @raesmaa from commodities to values >interesting, but it’s not a pyramid – it’s an arbitrary stack of priorities for distinct dimensions
  • unorder: RT @mschenkau: Employee engagement: good intentions are not enough http://bit.ly/hy6iha #EmployeeEngagment
  • DavidGurteen: RT @MoiraFraser: Interesting article about the place of face to face communication, particularly at conferences. http://nyti.ms/gmrfdf
  • DavidGurteen: What people seem to be responsive to is driving toward purpose http://bit.ly/gTWa00 >recommend #entarch
  • oscarberg: RT @VMaryAbraham: The 12 Traits of Managers and of Leaders http://feedly.com/k/dElf3W >useful comparison-set
  • kvistgaard: RT @MargaretAtwood: Worth a read! Thanks Dan Bloom: http://chronicle.com/article/5-Myths-About-the-Information/127105/#disqus_thread >recommend #km #publishing
  • thoughttrans: Certifications and degrees do not imply knowledge. // Individual knowledge is no longer power.u need a collective grp of people who think & act differently from you 2b really knowledgeable.
  • getstoried: Here yee! RT @StorybagNL: We’re still looking for dragons to kill. Why not try and befriend them? They might light our fire. #storytelling >yes!!
  • unorder: Let’s move away from the idea that storytelling is about winning and one story is the right story. The Great American Oil Spill managed it // Here’s the link to The Great American Oil Spill with Stephen Fry and Mark Cawardine. Two equally valid stories. http://www.abc.net.au/tv/guide/abc1/201104/programs/ZX6146A001D2011-04-19T203255.htm
  • heidikraft: Create a culture where risk-taking is rewarded – and define limits. RT @HarvardBiz The Art of Admitting Failure http://s.hbr.org/fXkaWt #entarch #orgarch #collab
  • oscarberg: RT @bduperrin: We don’t need no stinkin’ badges: How to re-invent reality without gamification http://slidesha.re/gdIvnF
  • oscarberg: Gameful design: To create platforms & experiences that empower players to have the spirit of the gamer in real life http://slidesha.re/gdIvnF // key distinction: “gamification = extrinsic rewards; gameful = intrinsic rewards”
  • getstoried: Ok, today I’m mancrushing @stephenanderson – check out his Classifying Experiences #infographic [2006] – http://bit.ly/g11kj6 #storytelling #brand
  • kvistgaard: Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule http://www.paulgraham.com/makersschedule.html >recommend #collab
  • getstoried: The coolest card deck on #storytelling, cognition, psych, I’ve ever seen – @GetMentalNotes – http://bit.ly/e3wHb1 < backordered till May. >Stephen Anderson’s much-recommended card-set for consultants and designers
  • getstoried: This image is enticing but full of empty calories RT @greggvm: #Storytelling is Not Just For Campfires (Infographic) http://j.mp/h31Hx7 >agree with GetStoried here: this implies that the only purpose of a story is to sell something that people don’t actually want or need – kinda misses the point… 🙁
  • SAlhir: RT @davidrock101 Envy a stronger motivator than admiration: http://bit.ly/f3S4xS >worrying… or does this mostly apply to a possession-economy?
  • SAlhir: “Other things may change us, but we start and end with family” Anthony Brandt RT @DavidHolzmer Emotional Baggage at Work http://bit.ly/fgso9A >same issues apply in human side of #entarch etc
  • EABard: RT @davegray: We need to hire for passion and train for skills ~@jaybaer #smcstl >fundamental in #orgarch and human side of #entarch
  • Cybersal: RT @jobsworth Tweets as knowledge workers’ pheromones http://bit.ly/hQqJ8H
  • SAlhir: RT @CoCreatr Explore. Experience. Explain. RT @ChiefUnlearner: You Can Embrace Ambiguity: True or False? http://bit.ly/eb31iH
  • DavidGurteen: Wow! I have just discovered “Unpresenting” http://bit.ly/fuccFs #like #KCafe #GoodToTalk >recommend
  • thoughttrans: RT @sirkenrobinson: Lovely piece by Michael Wolff on curiosity, appreciation and imagination: http://bit.ly/eJDVI9

Social-media, ‘enterprise 2.0’, user-experience and other themes of online-collaboration:

  • oscarberg: RT @EskoKilpi Social innovations and the Internet http://bit.ly/7M3K2J #socbiz #e20 < Another great read from Esko
  • oscarberg: Blogged: The Inevitable Future of Content Management http://goo.gl/fb/O2c72 #e20 #ecm
  • oscarberg: Interesting social intranet case study from @thoughtfarmer: http://bit.ly/MECcase #e20 #socbiz #intranet
  • oscarberg: Presentation: Social Business Roadmap by @skjekkeland http://slidesha.re/ianTSo >strong recommend #e20 #ecm #socbiz #opengov #entarch
  • oscarberg: RT @rashaproctor: Social business strategies that will take your business from the dark ages to the Renaissance  #SBS2011 @dachisgroup. http://bit.ly/i46hcR >useful conference-summary on #socbiz with implications for #bizarch #entarch etc
  • oscarberg: I don’t believe in gamification of work. I believe in recognizing people’s contributions  & in making work fun. // “Automated” recognition is 20th century thinking. Honest recognitions by authentic people is the way to go.
  • simonbrown: RT @brendlynch: I love Infographics as i’m a ‘visual guy’. Some nice simple tips for businesses thinking of ‘Doing Social Networking’ http://bit.ly/9xOthf.
  • SAlhir: RT @AliceNWondrlnd “Hardest part of a UXer’s job isn’t being creative or brilliant; it’s communicating +culture” http://www.azarask.in/blog/post/be-a-designer/ #ux #itdev #sysdev

IT-architecture, IT-systems, IT-development and other matters IT-ish:

  • bartleeten: Jurgen Appelo: Complexity Theory for Software Developers http://zite.to/hZ0w4q
  • JohnPolgreen: New video on the power and ease of use of #TOGAF 9 artifacts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHuyGu_NatA #itarch #entarch
  • theopengroup: “Making Standards Work®” http://nblo.gs/gMCvn >yes! – what Open Group does best, adding real value #itarch #entarch
  • jdevoo: Reading: Smarter Cities Series: A Foundation for Understanding IBM Smarter Cities #pdf http://bit.ly/genx3i #itarch #sustainability
  • BillIves: Measuring Economic Impact of Using Cloud-Based Services: Google Apps http://bit.ly/gQRTX8 #itarch #entarch
  • jdevoo: RT @stephenrandall: Google Places and The Rise of the Vending Machines http://blgs.it/fWWadw >> evil side of Internet of Things?
  • ArchiTool: Archi 1.7 beta 1 available for testing (an easter egg?) http://bit.ly/hYVsV2 #archimate #itarch #entarch
  • ArchiTool: Increasing use of EA/Archi in JISC Curriculum Design Projects http://bit.ly/fH2RAD #entarch #archimate
  • hebsgaard: RT @merici: “When we came into office, Federal IT was undeniably broken.” -Vivek Kundra http://j.mp/eOwDiU #gov20 / ht @edatpost >what the heck happened to ROI on Clinger-Cohen and FEAF? shouldn’t that have improved things somewhat after a full decade??
  • theopengroup: RT @BertBerends: Webinar: Tangible Results: ArchiMate for TOGAF @opengroup will be  recorded > a recommended presentation #itarch #ea #TOGAF #archimate
  • thoughttrans: RT @dougnewdick: Amazon EC2 outage impacts on Foursquare, Hootsuite etc show risks of the #cloud http://is.gd/ZBKOC5 #entarch #cio >don’t say we didn’t told ya… end-to-end is what matters most with cloud, not just any single provider
  • practicingEA: Major Amazon cloud outage, http://tinyurl.com/3qpp2ts. Does this reinforces need to have intra-cloud standards for DR? It can happen. #itarch #cloud
  • jdevoo: RT @miriamtuerk: @enomaly’s cto and founder @ruv comments on amazon’s outage http://bit.ly/hQlvKc >> go multicloud
  • bartleeten: Agile Architecture Interactions http://zite.to/eLFbRf >seems #itarch only, but principles useful for #entarch

Society, culture, economics, corporate social responsibility, sustainability and other big-picture themes:

  • SAlhir: What you think about evolution and human nature may be wrong | Psychology Today http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/moral-landscapes/201104/what-you-think-about-evolution-and-human-nature-may-be-wrong
  • Cybersal: Mutually assured Distraction: NYT on how it has become fashionable to be rude http://nyti.ms/gmrfdf >??? – not a good idea…
  • fer_ananda: Thinking about a value-based currency constellation for an organization to measure its organizational climate #futureofmoney
  • SAlhir: RT @JenniferSertl The future of value creation is generosity:The #Sharing Economy http://tinyurl.com/3fwfgp8 via @VenessaMiemis >yes! – transition-models from possession-based economy to responsibility-based economy #entarch #economics #society #culture
  • Bonifer: How Amber showed me the magic  http://bit.ly/hl1KhQ #gamechangers >very human story – strong recommend #preconceptions
  • jdevoo: Will the decline in world oil supply be fast or slow? http://j.mp/fhjBQ1 >v.long w comments, but recommend #entarch #economics
  • jdevoo: RT @OurWorld20: Japan, oil and the fragility of globalization http://bit.ly/gkOdXF >> Energy rules the world. Money is used to buy energy. #economics #society #sustainability
  • hvaelama: Every few hndrd years in Western history thr occurs a sharp transformation. Society-its world view, its basic values, political strcur, // its arts, its key institutions—rearranges itself. We are currently living through such a transformation. Peter drucker
  • vernaallee: RT @HarvardBiz: Umair Haque:  America Is Bankrupt (But Not the Way You Think) http://s.hbr.org/gBgLBk
  • jdevoo: RT @Gartner_inc: Sustainability Strategies for Growth in the Low Carbon Economy http://ow.ly/4Ecfk >> IT as enabler; omits the social plane >oh no not again… arbitrary IT-centrism…
  • jdevoo: New #GRI 3.1 guidelines explained http://bit.ly/eH0rkv #csr >an oddly sexist view of GRI, but never mind…
  • unorder: Maybe we are not as globalised as we thought. The Economist. The case against globaloney http://econ.st/glwJG0 #economics
  • DavidGurteen: Check out this SlideShare presentation : Serendipity happens in life and business http://slidesha.re/fakGkg
  • DavidGurteen: RT @rossdawson: Serendipity is at the heart of today’s emerging society  http://bit.ly/eK9pwU
  • SAlhir: RT @flowchainsensei “Much of business decision-making [mistakenly] assumes order, rational choice and intent.” < also more than just bus. >i.e. is a foundational delusion of most current ‘economics’ models
  • SAlhir: RT @the99percent On altruism: Where Does Good Come From? http://cot.ag/fSrfh0 >good to see someone else challenging the dubious inanities of neo-Darwinists and their ilk…

And, without further ado, the mystery-tour of miscellania:

  • tebbo: RT @elsua: The Mind-blowing Video of the Day > http://bit.ly/fR5DHo / Another reason why I love living where I live #thecanaries #teide #beautiful
  • CreatvEmergence: RT @SunniBrown: Doodling. It ain’t for sissies: http://sunnibrown.com/doodlerevolution/manifesto/ >nice useful resources for re-imagining etc
  • davidcushman: When will people learn? Ten things about lists. 1. They are weak 2. They are forced 3. We remember things in 3s, not 10s. #justsayin
  • tebbo: Hat tip to @euan for mentioning Scrivener – great tool for writers. In beta for Windows users: http://tinyurl.com/32culh9 Addictive
  • thoughttrans: Pat’s new book ‘Your Video Playbook’ is available TODAY at introductory price to celebrate W Shakespeare! http://ow.ly/4F07r
  • oscarberg: RT @SameerPatel: This absolutely is > RT @rotkapchen: awesome article : Why Right Brainers Will Rule The Future via BIZNIK http://biznik.com/h/a5z8
  • getstoried: That is hot! RT @socialmediaclub: How to: Auto-tweet during ur keynote. http://6sen.se/gck7ta via @tacanderson h/t @guruofnew @kristiewells
  • oscarberg: RT @davegray: I’m open-sourcing all my Connected Company images under a Creative Commons license. Spread the word! http://bit.ly/fu1zji #connectedco
  • JohnPolgreen: Reflections on fallen photojournalist Tim Heatherington, some from my daughter: http://tinyurl.com/3wjdcvs >when a ‘news item’ becomes personal…
  • fer_ananda: RT @juandoming: Learn It In 5 – QR Codes – http://bit.ly/hn81t2 via @Apture QR codes rock!!! >nice use of QR-codes in school-level education – equivalent biz uses. perhaps?

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