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1 Luis Benitez commented   Permalink No RatingsRatings 0

I remember when I first joined IBM one of the first things that came to mind was -- WOW there's so much content out there in so many places!!! Finding that content was so hard because I had to ask myself: Where should I search? And if I searched in one place and didn't find the content, that meant I had to re-do my search in this other place, and in this other place, and so on and so on. Too hard!

 
Then I was directed to an H: drive.. Yeah, right! As if I could effectively search that and find content there.. NO WAY!!
 
I agree.. and I like how you focus on 'people-centric' and not 'person-centric', since it's often your peers as a whole who have the information you need, not a single person.

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2 Cacá Azevedo commented   Permalink No RatingsRatings 0

Hi, by reading a comment you made I got to know Sugata Mitra videos. Thanks so much for that. Great and fascinating research he is leading or not. :-)

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3 Doug Moore commented   Permalink No RatingsRatings 0

Once again ... excellent blog post Lois. Love this perspective. You've saved me an enormous amount of time working out how to articulate this insight.

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4 Paolo Pomponi commented   Permalink No RatingsRatings 0

Finally market talking about people-centric vision.
As research in web 3.0 & Semantic as well Artificial Intelligence, are 5 years I use to call it semantic of member.
Now the question is this: How Astrophysics and Cosmology help the progress of Social Networks?

 
For a public social network, I believe that Planetary Motion is the clues that can help profile, improve community, raise and drive content and opportunities, jobs and research as well involving profile in an unique experience. If I join both of these theory, appropriate Artificial Intelligence theory remodeled with social approach can be used by the User Interface to talk with the profile: creating music, picture, video, content, click and impression. Alternative lottery strategy can be embedded in the web 3.0 community viral marketing to reward people that generate content.
 
The scientific-web-Social Network’s understanding of basic science lags well behind the rapid changes in scientific research. Scientific Research has only a vague understanding of how DNA, cycle and the stuff of legacy should be used to expand human understanding in the fields of Social Network, web 3.0 as well semantic using cycle, astrophysics, and nanoscience.
 
The bad things happen to me is that my five years full research was shared with a Sr. product manager of Google Inc on 2010, that theory is based on +1, now i see it online by google: they call it "+1 Google Button". Here you can see details, fax and proof about it.
http://hybridcities.blogspot.com/
 

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