Friday, December 16, 2005
I am chilling out in Tokyo for a couple of days...if you'd like to grab a coffee, ping me.
Monday, December 12, 2005
The Problems With Microchunking, pt 2
An interesting post about Squidoo leads to a nice response from Seth.
Now, this may seem like a tempest in a teapot - I think it's a nice example of the fact that cheap coordination and edge competencies are going to require new, radical kinds of management innovation; that's no easy task.
The Problems With Microchunking, pt 1
Apparently, Web Clips = totally pointless and irrelevant microchunks of content (and about 5% ads) in my Gmail inbox.
Do I really want to read an Emerson quote of the day? No! I think Emerson sucked; YMMV.
And that's exactly the point. This is very interesting (uhh, very lame) because, like I keep pointing out, Google is not an attention allocator; that threatens its very essence - it is an information organizer.