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On the Commons - http://onthecommons.org/
"The Commons Work online resource center is where our collective efforts unfold. Here we showcase many of our co-creative projects and innovative strategies for creating and protecting our commons, such as water, food, farmland, and seeds. - Christopher Allen
Commons Rising - for the emergence of a commons-based society - http://commonsrising.ning.com/
Civilizing the Economy - http://www.civilizingtheeconomy.com/
"When a handful of people thrive while whole industries implode and millions suffer, it is clear that something is wrong with our economy. In Civilizing the Economy, Marvin Brown traces the origin of this mistake to early capitalism aptly illustrated by Adam Smith's denial of the central role of slavery in wealth creation. In place of the Smithian property-based economics, Brown proposes a new framework for the global economy that reframes its purpose as the making of provisions instead of the accumulation of property. This bold new vision establishes the civic sphere as the platform for organizing an inclusive economy and a way to move toward a more just and sustainable world. This book is the culmination of 30 years of teaching and writing on business and society from a communicative perspective. Visit workingethics.com for more information. Marvin T. Brown Ph.D. teaches business and organizational ethics at the University of San Francisco and Saybrook University in San Francisco - Christopher Allen
Social Media 101: A Beginner's Guide to Online Marketing (Collection): Clara Shih,Jamie Turner,R. Scott Corbett,Jon Reed: Amazon.com: Kindle Store - http://www.amazon.com/dp...
Social Media 101: A Beginner's Guide to Online Marketing (Collection): Clara Shih,Jamie Turner,R. Scott Corbett,Jon Reed: Amazon.com: Kindle Store
Another kindle freebie, this time it appears to be a collection. - Christopher Allen
5 Design Tricks Facebook Uses To Affect Your Privacy Decisions | TechCrunch - http://techcrunch.com/2012...
Cognitive design principles can be used against you — (AKA stop saying yes to Facebook messages!): KEYQUOTE: "Facebook keeps “improving” their design so that more of us will add apps on Facebook without realizing we’re granting those apps (and their creators) access to our personal information. After - Christopher Allen
Average App Store Review Times #ios - http://reviewtimes.shinydevelopment.com/
"What is this? I got tired of people asking me “How long does Apple take to review an app?” so I created this site to attempt to crowdsource an average app store review time from Twitter. How do I contribute? Just tweet the time it took for your last app review and include one of the hash tags along with a number of days. Just the hash tag and "X days" is all that is needed at a minimum but including the app name/link is also good. See this example tweet for inspiration. Where does this data come from? This is not official Apple data, it is based only on anecdotal data from people tweeting their latest review times using the #iosreviewtime or #macreviewtime hash tags on Twitter. Should I include the “Waiting for Review” time as well as the “In Review” time? Yes, the include the full time from uploading your app and going into review right through to a “Ready for Sale” status. Should I include weekends? Yes. What if my app was rejected a few times? Don't worry, relax, have a cup of - Christopher Allen
RT @infinitecanvas: GigaOM selected us to compete! RT @GigaOM Which of these 10 startups will win the Mobilize Launchpad event? http://gigaom.com/mobile...
xkcd: Star Ratings - http://xkcd.com/1098/
This is actually true. I wrote about this in Collective Choice: Rating Systems http://www.lifewithalacrity.com/2005... - Christopher Allen
RT @KatelynLyster: I'll be presenting on-stage to VC's, journalists & mobile execs at GigaOM Mobilize #LaunchPad 9/20/12 about my iPad app #InfiniteCanvas!
In which I commit professional suicide. – The Irritable Vowel - http://theirritablevowel.com/2012...
I ♡ a good #PostMortem and examples of #FreedomToFail—not sure where this "professional suicide" falls: http://t.co/BGJqYXhK by @cavaticat - Christopher Allen
RT @infinitecanvas: New video "Navigating Infinite Canvas" is good preview of the #InfiniteCanvas iPad app and how it can be used: http://www.youtube.com/das_cap...
I ♡ a good #PostMortem and examples of #FreedomToFail—not sure where this "professional suicide" falls: http://theirritablevowel.com/2012... by @cavaticat
@ChristopherA I just downloaded & started playing w/ Infinite Canvas http://t.co/4XdgxtuS It's opening a whole new world 4 creative folks! – George Por (technoshaman) http://twitter.com/technos... - Christopher Allen
Six Degrees: The Second Edition | Mechanics & Meeples - http://www.mechanics-and-meeples.com/2006...
Reprint of an old post by my colleague Shannon Appelcline with a great infographic demonstrating a social network analysis of board game designers, as well as an interesting taxonomy of collaboration types. A good crossover post for two different networks of my own — my game designers network, and my - Christopher Allen
Infinite Canvas for iPad on the iTunes App Store - http://itunes.apple.com/us...
I have launched the authoring version of my Infinite Canvas iPad app today. http://bit.ly/infinit... — it allows you to view, create and share a new kind of non-linear hypermedia. I can really use your help today promoting the release of the authoring version of Infinite Canvas. Getting throug - Christopher Allen
Help us empower a creative movement! The Infinite Canvas iPad app with authoring support is now available http:/bit.ly/infinitecanvasapp
Rehabilitating the Arrogant Engineer | PandoDaily - http://pandodaily.com/2012...
KEYQUOTE: "I believe building a technology company is essentially a team sport. And every wildly successful company I know is built around a core group of ridiculously smart engineering rock stars (you can read my post on hiring them here). When they can be successfully coached into working as part of a team, magic happens." - Christopher Allen
Double Robotics - Wheels for your iPad - http://t.co/ZiLLltj2
I can't tell if this iPad-based telepresence robot is cool or creepy. But I can imagine all kinds of interesting uses: http://t.co/ZiLLltj2 - Christopher Allen
Internet Time Blog : Hypercard 25th Anniversary Celebration - http://www.internettime.com/2012...
Hypercard 25th Anniversary Celebration http://t.co/VYpy6DKF – eLearning Learning (elearningPosts) http://twitter.com/elearni... - Christopher Allen
Informal learning advocate @JayCross writes about last night's #HyperCard25th celebration with Bill Atkinson http://t.co/ik8cDz0t - Christopher Allen
Informal learning advocate @JayCross writes about last night's #HyperCard25th celebration with Bill Atkinson http://www.internettime.com/2012...
My "Tools for Ignition" were BASIC, BBS, MacPaint, Open Standards & HyperCard—what tools inspired you? #Tools4Ignition http://www.lifewithalacrity.com/2012...
I really enjoyed hearing Bill Atkinson at #HyperCard25th tonight. I printed and gave him a copy of all the appreciation tweets & blog posts. - Christopher Allen
I really enjoyed hearing Bill Atkinson at #HyperCard25th tonight. I printed and gave him a copy of all the appreciation tweets & blog posts.
Twitter / jadelus: "Steve believed in me and I ... - http://t.co//54gJ7K9f
Bill Atkinson: "Steve believed in me and I love this picture ... I see Steve's appreciation of all my crazy ideas" #HyperCard25th http://pic.twitter.com/54gJ7K9... - Christopher Allen
RT @jadelus: "Steve believed in me and I love this picture ... I see Steve's appreciation of all my crazy ideas" #HyperCard25th http://twitter.com/jadelus...
Smackerel: When multimedia was black and white - http://www.smackerel.net/black_w...
Bill Atkinson appreciates technowimp Amanda Goodenough’s “Indigo Gets Out” stack: http://t.co/8S71byYw #HyperCard25th - Christopher Allen
Bill Atkinson appreciates technowimp Amanda Goodenough’s “Indigo Gets Out” stack: http://www.smackerel.net/black_w... #HyperCard25th
RT @raminf: “Hypercard was originally called Wildcard (as in ‘up your sleeve’).” #HyperCard25th
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