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Montag, 8. Dezember 2003
Nova Spivack: "I remember watching the birth of the HTML-Web as a technology analyst/editor at Individual, Inc in the early 90's. My job was to manage a collection of intelligent agents that scanned hundreds of newswires and content archives to produce filtered strategic newsfeeds for major customers. My beat was "emerging technologies" -- every night I had to Q-A the output of my agents by reading around 1400 articles and press releases about new technologies in a 4 hour period. It was in the midst of that firehose of information that I noticed the birth of HTML and HTTP, the rise of early hypertext systems, the first browsers -- and I realized that "something big" was afoot. At the beginning the pattern wasn't evident from reading individual articles -- only by reading 1400 articles a night could one see the early meme-signatures of the HTML-Web flashing across hundreds of media outlets like a sequence of blinking Christmas-tree lights."CIO Magazine: "The payoff for getting individuals mobilized around KM can be breathtaking."
"Very simply, the effort of sharing knowledge has to be less than the value of participating."ip to dial? / funky want weird
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