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Learning to automate work « Jon Udell
"But information networks matter more than the devices we use to access them, or the applications that run on those devices. The key to the automation of knowledge work that Schrage righly prescribes isn’t learning how to use smartphones or tablets. Rather, it’s learning and then applying core principles that govern information networks. "
knowledge-work  knowledge  automation  business  management  work  behavior  future  pkm  pim 
october 2011 by tsuomela
Excess capacity is a good thing - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
My take on information overload and general "personal effectiveness" has always been to start with the individual and then look out to the system.
knowledge-management  knowledge-work  pkm  information-overload  capacity  personal  gtd 
august 2009 by tsuomela
Future Knowledge Ecosystems: The Next Twenty Years of Technology-Led Economic Development - elearnspace
Commentary on IFTF report about research parks.
"This report is an extrapolation of how current trends might impact research parks. What is really needed is a creative considerations of what research parks (and universities for that matter) could be if they were seen as active, reciprocally-impacting agents in an environment: shaping and responding to emergence, rather than trying to predict the future."
research  university  ecosystems  knowledge-work  knowledge  future  commentary 
august 2009 by tsuomela
Green Chameleon » The War Between Awareness and Memory
A pace layering view helps to sort out a spectrum of possibilities, from looking after awareness needs (which faster, more fragmented, more context-bound tools provide) through to socialisation tools (thanks Olivier) which strengthen inter-personal connections, trust-warrants for where is good to pay attention to, and knowledge flows
awareness  memory  computer  cscw  knowledge-management  knowledge-work 
july 2009 by tsuomela

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