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ALL THINGS CONNECTED by Ted Newcomb is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
Happy grandpa, trying to keep up with the digital future. Most of my work has been in the hospitality industry. Interested in digital culture, the Global Village(s), curation, collaboration and crowdsourcing efforts for good ideas to solve the issues confronting the planet. Also like sci-fi and historical fiction and the WELL.
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Not too many people can own homes these days, but they can have fairly inexpensive access to their digital house in cyberspace, via mobile phones, tablets, laptops, etc. And then begins the work of keeping up with the Jones’. It’s … Continue reading
Let’s take a look at what’s cookin’ in the digital kitchen these days. There are 3 big causes and 2 big effects that impact everything, before we even start a meal: Moore’s Law, Metcalf’s Law, Reed’s Law, the Network Effect … Continue reading
As we make the transition to the Web as our new media, focus and attention agility are the new survival skills according to Howard Rheingold. For all things Howard, start here with Crap Detection 101: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/rheingold/detail?entry_id=42805 . and follow the … Continue reading
This graph by Melanie Chernoff is what the past week has been about – DATA, open and closed. The graph makes a very clear point as to where the areas overlap for everything out here on the WildWildWeb. As Melanie says: … Continue reading