Centralisious

About Productivity, Social Networks and everything else I'm interested in

Month: October, 2009

GOOGLE WAVE

Video by Epipheo about Google Wave. Part of Wave anyway.

Mohamed Amine Chatti’s ongoing research on Technology Enhanced Learning: NetLearn: Social Network Analysis and Visualizations for Learning

Mohamed Amine Chatti’s ongoing research on Technology Enhanced Learning: NetLearn: Social Network Analysis and Visualizations for Learning

The most valuable and innovative knowledge is hard to find, and it lies within distributed communities and networks. Locating the right community or person who can provide us with exactly the knowledge that we need and who can help us solve exactly the problems that we come upon, can be an efficient way to learn forward. In this paper, we present the details of NetLearn; a service that acts as a knowledge filter for learning. The primary aim of NetLearn is to leverage social network analysis and visualization techniques to help learners mine communities and locate experts that can populate their personal learning environments.”
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In Q3, Social Media Business Models and Real-Time Search Took Center Stage

In Q3, Social Media Business Models and Real-Time Search Took Center Stage

From GigaOm
Social networking and the real-time web are changing how information on the Internet is consumed, as the ability to disperse and share information through social platforms and do it using real-time tools is shifting the focus of content from “historical” news to real-time events. Such a shift is giving rise to what we’re calling the NewNet, and it will impact everyone with a business presence online. As part of our GigaOM Pro subscription research service, we’ve compiled a look at the major trends and emerging issues for this next-generation version of the Internet in a third-quarter wrap-up.”
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YouTube – Kanaal van PomplamooseMusic

YouTube – Kanaal van PomplamooseMusic

Wow love this. Thanks to Twitter, esp. Curt Smith.
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Lobbying Patterns in Healthcare Reform Around Key Senators — Gang of Six

By Valdis Krebs

The process of the US health care reform around a group of six senators.
An interactive view.
Very nicely done.