Recently linked (27-Oct-2009 to 30-Oct-2009)

  • The one essential Agile ingredient – "Trust means you have to give up Control. A lot of it. Imagination means you will have less Certainty. Correction means you have to acknowledge that you never had Perfection to begin with." As true for agile development as it is for social engagement strategies…
  • Donations as Revenue: Social Media Business Podcast – Good introductory video podcast (and companion blog post) from Laurel Papworth on donations as a source of funding for online communities.
  • The Big Green Idea – The British Council have launched a $10,000 grant for a "big green idea".

(These links were posted to my feed between 27-Oct-2009 and 30-Oct-2009.)


Recently linked (20-Oct-2009 to 22-Oct-2009)

(These links were posted to my feed between 20-Oct-2009 and 22-Oct-2009.)


Recently linked (15-Oct-2009 to 19-Oct-2009)

  • Climate (and other) change – Awesome post by Duncan at Digital Eskimo for Blog Action Day – says everything that I wanted to so, just more eloquently…
  • At your service [article no longer available] – Damian Kernahan makes his case for service design. Filled with some terrific stats. (via @pennyhagen)
  • GovHack – "GovHack is a free, intensive day and a half (in Canberra) exploring ways of creating mashups and applications with government data and services, and most importantly building some applications before the event is over."

(These links were posted to my feed between 15-Oct-2009 and 19-Oct-2009.)


Recently linked (05-Oct-2009 to 12-Oct-2009)

  • The third way for designing enterprise wiki information architectures – James Dellow outlines a "hybrid" social/structured approach to wiki design – the thinking behind it resonates with my experience.
  • The two App Stores – An excellent post by Marco Arment (the dev behind Tumblr and InstaPaper) on Apple App Store "economics" (two very different models operating within the App Store ecosystem). I'm definitely an "App Store B" person…
  • Tweeting is more than just self-expression – "Companies are also benefiting from Twitter, where 20 percent of the tweets contain requests for product information or responses to the requests, according to Jim Jansen, associate professor of information science and technology in the College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) at Penn State."

(These links were posted to my feed between 05-Oct-2009 and 12-Oct-2009.)