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The network is the keyboard: Patterns of scalable communication « Jon Udell
Apply "don't repeat yourself" to communications. Use broadcast tools instead of one-to-one tools where it is useful.
communication  JonUdell  via:JonUdell 
august 2010 by mcherm
That Sounds Smart (Aaron Swartz's Raw Thought)
Smart people make things sound simple because they understand them really well.
personal_net  communication  via:HackerNews 
june 2010 by mcherm
YouTube - "I Agreed to WHAT?!" Re-envisioning License Agreements and Privacy Statements
The results of a some actual research into how to present a legal agreement (in the context of something you click through when installing an application) and get users to actually READ it.
law  marketing  contractlaw  communication  licensing  shrinkwrap 
july 2009 by mcherm
Is the Tipping Point Toast? -- Duncan Watts -- Trendsetting
The theory of super-connected trendsetters (which has captivated advertisers for years) may be false according to this scientific investigation via simulations of network interactions and via cool live person experiments.
marketing  advertising  communication  science 
january 2008 by mcherm
Tact Filters
Definition of inbound and outbound tact filters.
blogentry  publicspeaking  communication 
july 2007 by mcherm

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