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September 20, 2006
I have been outdone and undone. In response to the post below asking for help, Toby from New Zealand replied on one list serve as follows: Dave I would only consider assisting if I could do so via a survey using hypothetico-deductive pseudo-scientific normative research techniques…preferably online…. Apologies, I couldn’t resist. In reality I have […]
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September 20, 2006
My thanks to Keith De La Rue over on the ever interesting and eclectic ACT KM Forum for introducing this delightful word as part of a satirical email disclaimer. It includes the wonderful phrase This email is intended for the use of the individual addressee(s) named above and may contain information that is confidential privileged […]
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September 19, 2006
My thanks to the Heresy blog for one of the best four minutes of tragic-comedy I have seen. You will have to watch the movie to get the title to this blog. Their thoughts on mobile phone abuse are also very tempting.
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September 19, 2006
An interesting catch up and chat with Shawn over the weekend. I’ve missed him on my last visit to Australia, although Mark and Andrew from Anecdote were at the last accreditation course up in Brisbane earlier this year. (I am promised their profiles on the web site shortly) We were talking about their automation of […]
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September 19, 2006
I just posted the following request onto a couple of list serves and replicate it here I am currently engaged in several projects in Singapore relating to networks and complexity. On the basis that this group has a set of interesting people with good ideas and problems I wondered if I could prompt for some […]
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September 18, 2006
It’s the 70th post of this blog which is a milestone, and it’s also a pleasant surprise that we are averaging over 3 comments per entry and climbing the technoranti list fast – so thanks to everyone who has contributed on and off line. At 70 one is allowed some indulgence so I want to […]
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September 18, 2006
Its easy to get carried away with something new. We assume that if something works it will carry on working for ever, but in practice things start to break down or reach natural limits. Now we have the founder of the wikipedia creating a schism with the Citizendium in which the key differences are (and […]
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