links for 2009-09-04

  • OG: Johnny stellt hier bdar, wie der ablauf der Primacell-Abmahnung dar. Ich halte sein Vorgehen für vollkommen korrekt - auch wenn der artikel offline gehen sollte. Ob Primacell mit der ganzen Sche glücklich wird, bezweifle ich. Die aufmerksamkeit, dei das bringt dürfte so oder so schädlich sein.

  • What will happen with this once Google Wave comes?
    What's a "flow"?

    Flows organize your group communication in Shareflow. You create a flow, give it a name, and invite who you want to participate.

    Some people think of flows as "folders" for organizing group communication. For example, a flow can focus on a particular topic, such as "hiring" or "marketing".

    You can also create a flow to be more like an open-ended chat room. Flows give you the flexibility to be as focused as you want to be, with the people who matter most.

  • TweetMic is a simple and intuitive Twitter client app for the iPhone that allows you to make high-quality audio recordings or "Tweetcasts" and publish them directly to Twitter. There is no limit to how much you can record and you don't need to sign up for any additional service to start using TweetMic.

  • My comment:


    I think we are talking 'social' here. Which mainly applies to the relationship of persons (companies cannot blog, companies cannot be 'social', only peple can blog or be social).

    So the questions are really:
    - how is sharing handled within the company?
    - hos is sharing handled between the company, its customers and partners?

    As far as sharing to the outside goes each 'communicator' would have to know where the limit is between 'saying what I see and think' and 'giving away information that is business relevant'.

    Only because I read your blog and bookmarks and because you read mine - we could never swap positions (although we worked like one brain at DLD ;) ).

    So just because you 'sahre' you are not giving away stuff. You show what you think and though that become a valuable conversation partner for others.

    "Valueable conversations" is what used to be called "work" in the 'old economy'.

  • (tags: karriere gtd)

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