Collaboration 3.0

Collaboration 3.0: 8 trends today that will define our tools tomorrow from alexschiff

Creating a Market with Dynamic Pricing

From James Surowiecki article titled – “In Praise of Efficient Price Gouging” “In the four years since the car service Uber launched, it has been beset by criticism from myriad groups, including city officials annoyed by its sometimes cavalier attitude toward regulation and taxi companies annoyed by increased competition. Some of the harshest criticism, though, […]

Apple Silently Becomes One Of The Most Influential Companies In The Smartwatch Industry

Data from Everywhere, Personalize Anywhere

This week Facebook unveiled a new mobile ad network at its F8 conference. The purpose of the network is for Facebook to sell ads outside of Facebook.com and outside the Facebook mobile app. If Facebook’s direction or strategy isn’t clear, let me spell it out: Harvest personal data from multiple apps, then sell personalized advertising […]

If Twitter isn’t the most valuable data source around, it’s at least the most flexible

Originally posted on Gigaom:
The amazing thing about Twitter (s twtr) is how fast its day-to-day users became the group that stands to gain the least from the platform. That’s not an indictment of Twitter — its users can still derive a lot of benefit from being able to share and communicate with networks of…

The Era of Continuous Collaboration

We are entering the Continuous Collaboration era.  An era that will deliver applications, services and platforms enabling all of us to collaborate seamlessly between and across both our personal and work lives. Today, we increasingly find ourselves using the very same consumer and personal cloud services that help us organize our personal lives, to help […]

Unlocking Value of Realtime Conversations & Relationships

Originally posted September 17, 2009 In 1999, Doc Searls, David Weinberger and Chris Locke released The Cluetrain Manifesto outlining a number of insights on the rise of the internet, its ability to empower individuals and the impact it would have on business.  The subtitle to the book declared “the end of business as usual”. The introduction to the book […]