Monthly Archives: July 2011

Google+: Circles are sets

Tim Bray of Google, about Google+: Circles are, mathematically speaking, sets, and I think set arithmetic would come in real handy: “Post this to the intersection of my Photogeeks circle and my Vancouver circle”. I can think of lots of … Continue reading

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The MV Wisdom

While the monstrosity is gone, we had a chance to take a gander last week: I wrote the following the next morning: Well one had to see it. Because it’s there. And the reports of how it didn’t miss the … Continue reading

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Guess-the-Google

Pleasantly surprised it’s still around. Addictive. Youhavebeenwarned. Spent many a post-lunch hour at IBM 2004-05 playing GTG followed by fantastically productive afternoons.

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Small groups will be big

From Paul Adams, Facebook/ex-Google: I feel that we’re at the beginning of a cycle in business where we move away from this idea of “influentials”, and instead focus marketing activity on small connected groups of close friends. I think this … Continue reading

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