Collaboration 3.0

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

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 […]

Human Behavior as the start of Social Design

Jenn Webb interviewed Paul Adams in prep for Web 2.0 Expo scheduled for later this month.   The interview is well worth a read. You should also keep an eye out for Paul's forth coming book titled "Social Circles" (I've already pre-ordered).    One of many interesting quotes from Paul's interview includes:  "Our (mobile) phone, or whatever we carry […]

True Value to be found in Sensing Relevance

"Context, the weaving together of interrelated conditions that brings meaning to why a person is doing something, is the key to delivering relevance.   The only thing of true value in a user-controlled medium is relevance."  @jonathanmendez , Display's Matching Problem   I agree with Jonathan and like his vision for integrating the emerging "sensing […]

Relevance-Aware Activity Streams

  Liz Gannes of GigaOm does a nice job summarizing a recent interview of Twitter CEO Ev Williams. Williams provided a few significant insight into how he thinks Twitter (and by extension real-time activity stream apps)  is different from email and search.   "Blogging (Williams was previously the founder of Blogger) and Tweeting can be different […]

Twitter Graph Relevance

John Batelle provides further proof of the value found at the intersection of network graphs and conversation analytics.    We now have a number of graphs defined by aggregating links and conversations around social objects: web graphs ( e.g. Google), social graphs (e.g. Facebook), interest graphs (e.g. twitter), location graphs (e.g. foursquare).   "In short, […]