Google Reader founder Chris Wetherell After watching Google disarm and then kill the product he launched nearly eight years ago, Google Reader founder Chris Wetherell said that if the idea came to him in today’s Google, he would leave the company ...
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ResearchGate is one of a handful of companies trying to speed up academic research on a global scale. Microsoft’s co-founder sees the attraction, according to the German edition of the Wall Street Journal.
ResearchGate, a social networks for academics gets the backing of... Bill Gates.
You may not have heard about Dr. Deborah Estrin, a computer science professor and open source advocate, but she is on a mission to bring open source quite literally to the cellular level.
The idea of this educational experiment is that data is collected into big collections through a "social" contribution model, bypassing traditional way of controll. this accelerated innovation and feedback that informs and creates a new reality in the same time, suits the Social Adoption of Innovation model.
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