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Google+, innovation and some less than pleasant directions

I talked before about Google+, intimating that it was Facebook done right. For the most part, from the way you interact with it, I think that’s a fair comment, really. It is more intuitive and more accessible than Facebook is, … Continue reading

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Social Innovation, Revisited

Last time we looked at the general trend over the last decade, from content pushers in the form of portals, to individuals being able to start consuming only the content they were interested in, and finally to the social movement … Continue reading

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