Monthly Archives: October 2011

Live video chats — if next new thing, what social design issues?

It’s becoming increasingly clear to me (perhaps I’m slow) that live video chat will be among the next new things to reshape the social web experience. Friend and colleague Bernard Moon brought this to my attention with a post in … Continue reading

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Enterprise social: it’s still about the people

A mini epiphany strikes a writer interested in enterprise social: Enterprise social networking sucks the social out of ‘social’. On an epiphanic scale, it’s more mega than mini, methinks. Social in the enterprise is nothing like social in the “real … Continue reading

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Games People Play: Transaction Satisfaction

Here’s a great and concise passage from Eric Berne on real social games: “The solitary individual can structure time in two ways: activity and fantasy. When one is a member of a social aggregation of two or more people, there … Continue reading

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