April 19, 2009 at 6:39 pm | In links | Comments Off on The Sunday Diigo Links Post (weekly)
Is the Boulder model tenable for Ann Arbor?
Saw this in Boris Mann‘s FriendFeed (via his Google Reader bookmarks). Comment on Jason Mendelson of Foundry Group (which “funds primarily light-weight, inexpensive software startups”) giving a talk in Ann Arbor. The push-back in the comment interesting insofar as it points to 2.0-bubble-ism and over-eagerness to build on clouds as opposed to “real things.” But then again, one could ask, what are the real things? Isn’t information real, too?
Ignite Show: Monica Guzman on Being an Awesome News Commenter – O’Reilly Radar
Fabulous short video clip of Monica Guzman explaining how to be an awesome news commenter
Where 2.0 Preview – Building the SENSEable City – O’Reilly Radar
James Turner interviews Andrea Vaccari of MIT’s SENSEable City Lab about using internet and mobile technology data (generated by citizens in their day-to-day lives) to figure out how “digital technologies are evolutionizing the way we live in cities.” (Not sure about turning EVOLUTION into a verb…)
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