Three emerging rules, termed the laws of knowledge dynamics, have been identified:
1st law: Knowledge multiplies when it is shared. Knowledge is a limitless and expandable source of economic wealth. Intellectual assets, effectively exploited through innovation, are the most valuable resource to manage.
2nd law: Value is created when knowledge moves from the point of origin to the point of highest need or opportunity. Innovation encompasses the full spectrum, from idea creation to commercialization, and successful innovation involves converting knowledge flows into marketable goods and services.
3rd law: Collaboration for mutual leverage provides optimal utilization of tangible and intangible resources within and across boundaries. Collaboration replaces the competitive (win/lose) paradigm prevalent today. Win/win benefits are based on pooling and leveraging competencies: knowledge, know-how and skills.
I agree.. "Making the right knowledge available to the right people at the right time to enable innovation is likely to be one of the biggest challenges all of us will face in the coming years."
What do you think ?? Does this not sound like the 3 laws of robtics ???
* Look at the person, not the paper. When someone hands you a file and begins telling you what he or she wants, maintain eye contact with the person rather than staring at the file. You'll forge a connection, pick up cues that might not appear on paper (such as urgency) and encourage the person to explain the assignment more thoroughly.
* Frame workstation clutter. Keep your workstation from resembling your family's refrigerator door (lost behind photos, artwork and other mementos). If you want to display a picture or a certificate in your work area, frame it. Items not worth displaying don't deserve the space in your work area.
I like this photo of St.John tomb. Ifyou look carefully, you'll see a black horse, regally standing in front of the tomb. . You should also take a look the second picture, its one of the 7 wonders of the World. The "arch of Cteslphon".
Dave gives this interesting insight !! "Jason Kottke in September guessed that Google is building its own browser. Slashdot got all slashdotty on that idea's ass. The supporting evidence: Google has registered gbrowser.com, they may be hiring people from Microsoft's Internet Explorer team, and there are reasons to think it makes sense for Google to do so...at least in terms of Google's ambitiousness. "
"Keyhole is in the Holy Crap That's A Lot of Data business - that alone is reason for Google to be interested. Their database stands at 12 terabytes and growing.
Hanke showed an application, which he called geoblogging, which allows folks to fly around Keyhole's data and annotate various things they see ... [and] others can view and comment upon. "
Mary Meeker comes out good. Marketwatch story Morgan Stanley's Meeker sees money in blogs, Mary's done an excellent job of putting together a document that outlines a lot of what's going on with blogs, microcontent, My Yahoo, RSS, and so on. Thanks Jermey.
HackADay has this "a pair of shoes that spelled words in the air as you walked". Thats wierd... what happens if hack went into a continous loop which got stuck onto the words ".. sex sex sex sex sex..."..well you get the drift !! woot woot has lousy deals. But Susan K of (2020hindsght) has a small noteworthy comment from JPL !!
Charlene from Forrester research begins rss2.0 feeds. Rajesh directs us to the 1 Billion mark and beyond."...hosted by the Berkman Center, called 'The CEO Forum on the Next Billion: Finding ways to move access to communication from 1 billion people on earth to 2 billion and beyond."
A battle is slowly unfolding..once again.between iPod and MSEC ( MicroSoft Entertainment Centre). Yahoo also luanches its Search Strategy.
MSN search is leaked.. Hot data here. That becomes John's 100oth Posting !! Shit.. Dave gives Scobles Shit here. RS was bloggin between 3AM and 0530AM !!