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January 9, 2009 in Blogging, Ideas, News | 1 comment
I love Dave Winer’s new apporach to high-substance/reduced noise tweeting. I say more about that in Screw popularity. Just make yourself useful.
Also, I’m on one short list for Surgeon General.
Mike Warot on January 10, 2009 at 12:26 pm
I have a different suggestion on how to restore the signal-noise ratio. I wrote it up at:
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@aral see doc.blog/2017/01/06/how…
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@jimfenton Selfish reason: so I can see if the links get clicked on, and when. Otherwise, I do take your points. I'm not a fan.
@MchlCCL @stroker @Peter_Levine @a16z It's about where dependencies lie, work gets done, who's in charge, & how: bit.ly/dstbftr
Also: @JoeAndrieu called this a decade ago in VRM: The user as point of integration. bit.ly/2jo3onO twitter.com/dsearls/status…
The distributed future is personal: bit.ly/dstbftr HTs: @Peter_Levine, @a16z, @agropper @VRM Yo @pmarca @NZN @aral @windley
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