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Nodation

Nodation | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it
Experimental webapp for creating music using graphs.
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Everyone interested in Social Knowledge should try and play that game. It is significantly difficult to build a network that has meaningful issues.
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Social Media And Branding: A One On One With Harvard Business Professor Mikołaj Jan Piskorski

Social Media And Branding: A One On One With Harvard Business Professor Mikołaj Jan Piskorski | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it

“Drawing on his analysis of proprietary data from social media sites, Piskorski argues that the secret of successful (companies) is that they allow people to fulfill social needs that either can’t be met offline or can be met only at much greater cost. This insight provides the key to how companies can leverage social platforms to create a sustainable competitive advantage. Companies need to help people interact with each other before they will promote products to their friends or help companies in other ways. Done right, a company’s social media should benefit customers and the firm. Piskorski calls this ‘a social strategy,’ and he describes how companies such as Yelp and Zynga have done it.”

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Value co-creation in the age of the customer Derek Miers' Blog

Value co-creation in the age of the customer Derek Miers' Blog | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it
In this Age of the Customer (AoC), many traditional businesses are under threat and need to change.
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The Coming Age of Digital Ethnography

The Coming Age of Digital Ethnography | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it

"The lead story in this week’s New York Times Sunday Business section caught my eye. It’s a fascinating profile of Dr. Genevieve Bell, Intel’s director of user experience research—essentially, their resident futurist responsible for discovering innovation opportunities in subtle moments of human behavior."

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La pyramide d’influence dans les médias sociaux

La pyramide d’influence dans les médias sociaux | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it

À l’ère numérique, cette nouvelle pyramide de l’influence dans les médias sociaux permet d’identifier à quel moment, dans la courbe d’adoption et de maturité des médias sociaux, les influenceurs se démarquent, et que les ambassadeurs ou les détracteurs se révéleront parmi les utilisateurs.

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Can a Virtual Environment Make You an Environmentalist?

Can a Virtual Environment Make You an Environmentalist? | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it
Research shows that interacting in a virtual forest promotes green behavior.
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Seth's Blog: Genes and memes

Seth's Blog: Genes and memes | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it
I have the K1a1b1a mutation in my genes, a mutation that happened a few thousand years ago. If you have it too, then you're probably one of the millions of people who are distant cousins of mine. Most of us...
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What Isn't Complexity?

The question What is Complexity? has occupied a great deal of time and paper over the last 20 or so years. There are a myriad different perspectives and definitions but still no consensus. In this paper I take a phenomenological approach, identifying several factors that discriminate well between systems that would be consensually agreed to be simple versus others that would be consensually agreed to be complex - biological systems and human languages. I argue that a crucial component is that of structural building block hierarchies that, in the case of complex systems, correspond also to a functional hierarchy. I argue that complexity is an emergent property of this structural/functional hierarchy, induced by a property - fitness in the case of biological systems and meaning in the case of languages - that links the elements of this hierarchy across multiple scales. Additionally, I argue that non-complex systems "are" while complex systems "do" so that the latter, in distinction to physical systems, must be described not only in a space of states but also in a space of update rules (strategies) which we do not know how to specify. Further, the existence of structural/functional building block hierarchies allows for the functional specialisation of structural modules as amply observed in nature. Finally, we argue that there is at least one measuring apparatus capable of measuring complexity as characterised in the paper - the human brain itself.

 

What Isn't Complexity?
Christopher R. Stephens

http://arxiv.org/abs/1502.03199


Via Complexity Digest, J. Mario Siqueiros-Garcia
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Tilt The Windmill | Interrupting gracefully

Tilt The Windmill | Interrupting gracefully | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it

Benford’s Law, a variant on Clarke’s Law, says that “Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced.” Tomorrow’s smartest companies will figure out how to interrupt gracefully—not too creepy, with the right mix of value and commerce—and it’ll seem magical, like a prosthetic brain upgrade rather than a marketing pitch.

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Alistair Croll's blog  -Cycle time trumps scale.  I definitely recommend.

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Agile planning: Decomposition of user ideas and assign them into tasks

Agile planning: Decomposition of user ideas and assign them into tasks | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it
Decomposition of tasks Your backlogs is normally comprised of user requirements and open defects. During iteration planning, the highest priority requirement is pulled and assigned as a backlog in ...
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What Your Klout Score Really Means | Wired Business | Wired.com

What Your Klout Score Really Means | Wired Business | Wired.com | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it
Your Klout score is gaining in importance: A high one might bring perks, but a low one could dash your career dreams.
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The strength of ‘weak signals’ | McKinsey & Company

The strength of ‘weak signals’ | McKinsey & Company | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it
Snippets of information, often hidden in social-media streams, offer companies a valuable new tool for staying ahead. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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Everyone In The Tech And TV Industries Is Passing Around This Speech By Kevin Spacey

Everyone In The Tech And TV Industries Is Passing Around This Speech By Kevin Spacey | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it
Everyone in the tech industry is passing around this video of Kevin Spacey talking about about how Netflix (and other tech companies) will blow up the traditional TV industry.
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Content without Strategy Is Just Stuff

Content without Strategy Is Just Stuff | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it
If you wander around marketing blogs long enough, you’ll see this comment in multiple places from acclaimed Twitter storyteller Arjun Basu:Content without Strategy Is Just StuffThis brings thoughts
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Jennifer Aaker: The Seven Deadly Sins of Storytelling | Stanford Graduate School of Business

Jennifer Aaker: The Seven Deadly Sins of Storytelling | Stanford Graduate School of Business | Square Flying  Bubbles     -    Mind ideas. It might be usefull. | Scoop.it
A Stanford GSB professor of marketing explains why engaging your audience is key to success. 
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