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Lab notes

Over at his blog and at Read Write Web, Marshall Kirkpatrick has taken the folks at data.gov to task for inflating the real numbers and nature of the data the US government is making publicly available. Marshall conclues that the data.gov number of approximately 168,000...

I often struggle when asked to give my elevator pitch - there are so many things I think about and want to do. But it's more than time I did it, so here goes nothing...

Many folk I know have been discussing their 2009 challenges and victories and looking forward to what 2010 has in store for them. I've felt the need to at least review and refresh, but knew I had to get my thoughts in order first. This post...

I write a lot of words about the three tag words for acidlabs - Conversation. Collaboration. Community. - and what they mean in this world where Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Knowledge Worker 2.0, Government 2.0 and all the other over-hyped PickHotTopicOfTheDay 2.0 subjects are discussed....

This post is being published in Marketing Magazine's 2009 Media Guide. I'm not sure when or if MM are publishing it online. Over the years, I've probably dedicated somewhere in the low-mid six figures in words to the subjects that interest me: user experience social media web strategy knowledge work...