It started, as these things so often do, with a Tweet on Twitter. (This has turned out to be an enormously long post – I’d better put a ‘Read more…’ link in here before continuing.)

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Another week’s collection of Tweets and links on enterprise-architecture and other assorted matters Once again it’s a little late (apologies), and again a bit on the long side (6 pages), so click on the ‘Read more…’ link for the details.

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Sounds a simple-enough question, no doubt, but seems to me that most nominal ‘enterprise architects’ have never even bothered to ask it. The usual answer would seem to be ‘the organization’, or worse, ‘the IT department’… I’ve posted up on …

What is 'the enterprise'? Read more »

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Been struggling to invent the time to write a piece about what’s it’s been like here in Mexico and Guatemala, and another about “the tyranny of the explicit“, but looks like it ain’t gonna happen just yet. So in the …

A week in Tweets: 22-28 Nov 09 Read more »

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Been some time here since I mentioned my other more business-oriented weblog, SideWise.biz. I’ve added a fair few items over the past few months: The market as economy: how ‘the market’ consists of much more than just transactions, and how …

New posts on my SideWise blog Read more »

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“Information overload!”, wails my colleague Anders Østergaard on Twitter, “I want vacation, now!” Well, if you need a vacation, and there’s none available, surely there’s always the option of an anti-vacation? Let me explain – from my current first-hand experience. …

The strange joys of the anti-vacation Read more »

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