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Jay Cross, Berkeley, California



Published: 2004-08-31T10:35:01-08:00

 



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2004-07-28T12:09:31-08:00

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Blogger Experience, Housekeeping, Something New

2004-07-28T12:07:35-08:00

You can read yesterday's Internet Time Outbound newsletter online. Do you Furl? It's free. And Beta. And great. When I see a webpage I may want to reference, I push a button on my browser's toolbar to furl it. Unlike a bookmark, Furl lets me...



Loosely Coupled

2004-07-28T12:06:31-08:00

Loosely Coupled is a wonderfully lucid book by Doug Kaye, who also provides IT Conversations, mp3 recordings of interviews with IT visionaries that I love to listen to while walking in the Berkeley hills. Founder and former CEO of Rational Software, Doug has an ability...



Above all

2004-07-28T12:05:37-08:00

To work with the big picture, you've got to rise above the day-to-day to the process level. Remember Charles and Ray Eames’ famous documentary, Powers of Ten? Starting from a top-down photograph of a couple on a blanket next to Chicago’s Lake Michigan, subsequent photos...



Demographics is destiny

2004-07-28T12:04:27-08:00

Mo-working is on the rise. More and more consultants and corporate types work at client sites or from home offices. The economic downturn and the trend toward outsourcing have created legions of free agents. Knowledge workers are no longer tethered to buildings. Unless you like...



Are you setting the bar high enough?

2004-07-28T12:03:15-08:00

"Make no little plans. They fail to stir the blood of men," said architect Daniel Burnham. Indeed, life's too short for mediocrity. When I hear someone say they wish their online learning were as effective as their instructor-led workshops, I wonder why they're shooting so...



Virtual Apps

2004-07-28T12:01:59-08:00

Today I've seen the future, not once, but twice, and I can hardly wait to get there. First, Robin Good whisked me away to visit his persistent meeting room on smartMeeting. I outfitted my avatar with natty blue sweater, gray slacks, and a beard, and...



Aerobic Learning

2004-07-28T12:01:20-08:00

This evening I escaped the office while it was still light out and drove over to Tilden Park for a walk in the woods. Tromping alongside a little stream for 40 minutes was just enough time for me to listen to Doug Kaye interview Doc...



Work as Video Game

2004-07-28T12:00:28-08:00

Robin Good is the go-to guy for collaborative technology, so I was delighted to happen upon this post this morning. Work Of The Future Like A Personalized Videogame Front-End "For some, the work of the future will resemble an elaborate, personalized video game front-end...



Oracle and Macromedia, Sitting in a Tree

2004-07-28T11:59:03-08:00

Yesterday afternoon and early evening, I attended the announcement of a partnership between Oracle and Macromedia at Oracle's futuristic headquarters in Redwood Shores. I'll be a little more reserved than usual in my reflections on the event because I like both these companies and because...



The Blogosphere

2004-07-28T11:57:51-08:00

Given the skepticism that greets me when I talk with many people about blogs, I was delighted to come across this item from Buzz Machine: Technorati, as many will report today, just passed 3 million blogs tracked (our equivalent of 300 million burgers served) at...



ASTD Silicon Valley

2004-07-28T11:56:45-08:00

Last night I met with a charming group of people at the monthly meeting of the Silicon Valley Chapter of ASTD. We discussed A Few Thoughts About Informal Learning. My pal Kathleen Hurson introduced me as the sort of person The Tipping Point calls a...



Performance Support

2004-07-28T11:55:30-08:00

I can doodle, I can diagram, but I never learned to draw. At least, I can't draw well. Trust me on this. It's not learned helplessness. Drawing is absent from my genetically inherited mental macro library. Actually, I lied when I said I never learned...



Kingsbridge Conference Center

2004-07-28T11:54:12-08:00

I'm in the midst of a wonderful weekend at Kingbridge Conference Center, about 45 minutes north of the Toronto airport. Sixty out-of-the-box friends and acquaintances are participating in a weekend retreat, discussing transparency, good & evil, social networking, and whatever else we're into.   John...