Ranking Attention in Realtime

Bitly, the company that basically ushered the world into short links on sites like Twitter, is playing around with a new service, launching it under its “Bitly Labs” umbrella. It’s called Realtime, and is available at http://www.rt.ly Here’s what we know: Realtime (http://rt.ly) is an internet attention ranking engine, giving you powerful tools for analyzing […]

Cooperation Flows

I've posted before of the shift toward conversations and relationships within the enterprise and how new value and productivity would come from flow based collaboration apps. I believe the enterprise is: Being redefined around people – not tasks or processes Improving productivity by unlocking people's conversations and relationships – not focusing on transactions Delivering new […]

Creating Value from Information Assets

To Facebook, you’re worth about $81. Your friendships are worth $0.62 per connection. Each “Like” or post is worth about $.03. When added up, information generated from your (and all other Facebook users’)  friendships, likes, posts and pages accounted for $68B in Facebook’s planned IPO. From the WSJ post on how Facebook creates and values […]

Frames and the Personal Cloud

Forrester's Frank Gillett recently published a new report on the growth of tablets titled "Tablets will rule the future Personal Computing Landscape" Of specific interest to me was Frank's view on how tablets and a new form of personal computer they call "frames" will interact with the personal cloud. "We predict a new form of […]

How we access the Web

David Beckemeyer has published an insightful comparison of how people access the web today and how it has changed in the last two years.   Check out these two graphics from David.   This is how we accessed the Web in 2010: -97% from desktop, 90% Windows, 3% mobile   This is how we accessed the […]

Social by Design: Design Thinking & Business

I came across another insightful presentation from David Armano (@armano) … this time on Design Thinking & Business. My favorite line: "Design Thinking gets us thinking holistically and differently". Social by Design: Design Thinking & Business View more presentations from David Armano

Personal Media Memory Map

Kristina Loring at Frog Design does a nice job summarizing day 1 of PopTech 2011. What caught my eye was the Personal Media Memory Map developed by the New York Time’s R&D Lab. The app takes your basic personal info and creates a personalized map of media relevant to your lifetime by aggregating and curating articles, pictures, […]