April 2007 Archives

Thought Leadership as conversation

A post by David Armano at Logic + Emotion asserts that individuals or firms have a much better chance of building their position as a thought leader with their customers, profession or market by creating a conversation using social mediums like blogs or wikis.

The End of Thought Leadership (As We Know It)

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Why learn to program
In the post “Why learning to code makes my brain hurt”, Mamie Rheingold explains why it is essential for all…
A focus on transaction cost explains a lot about the economics of the Internet
How a 1930's theory explains the economics of the internet: Ronald Coase discovered “transaction costs” in the 1930s and it…
Importance of Context in Metadata
Listen to this podcast on the importance of metadata in big data.   We need to be able to use metadata…
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