Bill Ives: “I have been reading Peter Gloor’s new book, COINS @ Tipping Point — How to Convert Organizations into Collaborative Innovation Networks.” From the book’s introduction: “Team members initially work outside of organizational boundaries, without managerial supervision and employing minimal resources, but delivering stellar results. COINs are defined by three characteristics: 1) they innovate through massive collaborative creativity by swarm intelligence, 2) they collaborate under an implicit but nevertheless strict ethical code, and 3) they communicate as small world networks.” (numbering mine). Looks like an interesting read!
Answer: about a month.
Convention blogger coverage of Barack Obama.
You can watch video of the DNC speeches on c-span.org.
Steve Garfield is videoblogging the democratic national convention.
Here is what I wrote on Friday about extracting the commission’s recommendations.
Wired is leading this morning with a piece titled Techies Reshape 9/11 History that describes work by Jason Kottke, Michele Catalano, Sid Steward, myself and others to make the 9/11 commission report more accessible.
Rick Heller: “What was more interesting was scanning the crowd.”