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» casting about in the light of the net from meta-roj blog
I've seen several people blog on the subject of trust and networks lately. My thoughts in this post are not direct - i'm trying to sythesize some common threads here. Perhaps my readers will enjoy parts of the journey i've... [Read More]

» casting about in the light of the net from meta-roj blog
I've seen several people blog on the subject of trust and networks lately. My thoughts in this post are not direct - i'm trying to sythesize some common threads here. Perhaps my readers will enjoy parts of the journey i've... [Read More]

» Weak ties from Mercurial
ON accounting the effects of both strong and weak ties, Joi Ito and Ross Mayfield deal with variables such as... [Read More]

» Social networks - Weak ties - Jobs from Broadband and Me
Joi Ito starts this conversation by elaborating that he has used his blogging, his reading of blogs and his (in)famous chat channel to recruit. What I can see emerging is a way to amplify the strength of weak ties. (I... [Read More]

» Ethnographic Disruptions from Many-to-Many
An interesting interview with Intel anthropologist Genevieve Bell challenges assumptions of technology in disparate cultures. We have highlighted the use of social software to support third places, between work and home, by early adopters in the West, ... [Read More]

» Ethnographic Disruptions from Many-to-Many
An interesting interview with Intel anthropologist Genevieve Bell challenges assumptions of technology in disparate cultures. We have highlighted the use of social software to support third places, between work and home, by early adopters in the West, ... [Read More]

» Ethnographic Disruptions from Many-to-Many
An interesting interview with Intel anthropologist Genevieve Bell challenges assumptions of technology in disparate cultures. We have highlighted the use of social software to support third places, between work and home, by early adopters in the West, ... [Read More]

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