- Applying “A Pattern Language” To Online Community Design
A Pattern Language is a book about architecture that was written in the 1970s, before the Web as we know it was even conceived.
- Changing corporate culture is like getting kids to eat peas
Corporate culture is defined as the sum of values, customs, traditions and meanings of an organization. The stories we tell and the way we speak and behave in a company amplify its existence.
- Facebook chatter betrays alleged Mafia hitman
Italy’s godfathers might well be holding emergency meetings this weekend, after one of their remarkably obedient godsons was snared due to an especially pernicious habit. Yes, chatting on Facebook.
- Chatroulette Takes the College Crowd by Storm
If you’ve been paying attention to the blogs over the past month, you’ve probably started noticing an increasing focus on (and maybe even an obsession with?) Chatroulette.
- All Your Apps Are Belong to Apple: The iPhone Developer Program License Agreement | Electronic Frontier Foundation
The entire family of devices built on the iPhone OS (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad) have been designed to run only software that is approved by Apple—a major shift from the norms of the personal computer market.
- Proof that social media DOES work
- Social Media Trustbusters: Look At Me Marketing Gone Wild
- Microsoft Builds A Twitter Clone For Your Business
- 10 Key Awareness Metrics to Track
- From Haiti to the Oscars: Wikimedia’s Community at its Best
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