haha something like this is right up my alley :-)
good way to simplify the achieving of your dreams and goals, and it also helps in interpersonal communication.
blog about shenzhen
chinese blog, focus seems to be on tech
interesting chinese blog
chinese blog about business, etc.
blog on asian logistics
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this would make GrandCentral much more useful. imagine having your entire address book available, at any time, from any phone. that is the gist of this idea.
as the title suggests
looks like a cool app for facebook.
this post actually went live before facebooks fan pages and beacon did. it was a little ahead of it's time, and i still stand by these predictions no matter how big the backlash facebook's received in the aftermath! :-)
good summary of diffusion of innovation theory.
if you're a small business (or large business) this is essential reading on how to implement social networking to increase your revenue and mindshare.
this blog came recommended from jeremiah owyang.
From the page: "With OpenLink Data Spaces, you find the people and services you need through the people you know and trust, while you strengthen and extend your existing network.
OpenLink Data Spaces Applications let you get through your daily tasks:
* Stay up to date with latest news on subjects that interest you
* Communicate with others using emails and blogs
* Collaborate with authoring information on Wikis, and much more!"
article about how micro-fame is really the long tail of notoriety. the basic point is that the internet makes it easier for us to find people we share things in common with, and that now there is a chance for nearly everyone to achieve some level of fame.
this concept offers a potential solution to online social network privacy concerns both now, and when we have data portability/linked data.
good example of what not to do if you're developing an application for facebook or any other social network