Category Archives: Innovation

Man talks about Innovation

‘Innovation’ By Harold Jacobson In Long Beach, a man talked about innovation. The man was of indeterminate age (thirty-five or something), wore a jacket and was slightly sweaty on the forehead. He stressed the importance of innovation: “Innovation.” The man … Continue reading

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Watson’s ID

Does Watson have an identity? Because, when it (sic; why not ‘she’ ..?) is intelligent enough to make its own decisions, it may want to, or know wys to obtain, or be bestowed with, personhood of some sorts. To which … Continue reading

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Jobba… Niche or disruptor ..?

Was dealing with Jobbatical.com the other day. The site of which, well.., still has that β feel to it, which made me wonder: Is this the UX of a disruptor ..? Since, ‘local’ recruiters seem to move back and forth … Continue reading

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Your enhancement needed, again

Yes, enhancement needed and you are in the same sentence. Because in the back of your head, you know you need it.And, in particular, you know you need it for the below post, which is a plain repost of an … Continue reading

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Chronology of the birth of the information society ..?

A shout-out for pointers; as Chris Anderson noted in Makers, Western society had a breakthrough in the … 18th ..? century when patents were invented. As they signified the realization that intellectual ideas, innovations, are actually things in themselves, existing … Continue reading

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Growth / disruption

I have a number of pics for you… As it stands, I haven’t been able to find sufficient time to write out all that I wanted to have depicted… Meaning you’ll have to do the interpretation yourself. Like, e.g., after … Continue reading

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Aggregation is stripping noise; close to emergence but …

Still tinkering with the troubles of the aggregation chasm (as in this here previous post) and the hardly visible but still probably most fundamentally related concept of emergent properties (as in this, on Information), when some dawn of insight crept … Continue reading

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