gnat + collaboration   12

HOWTO use Dropbox to organize your startup’s documents « RevenueLoan Blog
interesting how business process and structure is encoded in filesystem process and structure
collaboration  startups 
march 2011 by gnat
The Difficulty of Discovery (Where Have All The Geniuses Gone?) | Wired Science | Wired.com
While the most cited studies in a field used to be the product of a lone genius – think of Einstein or Darwin – Jones, et. al. have demonstrated that the best research now emerges from groups. It doesn’t matter if the researchers are studying particle physics or human genetics: science papers produced by multiple authors receive more than twice as many citations as those authored by individuals. This trend was even more apparent when it came to “home run papers” – those publications with at least 1000 citations – which were more than six times as likely to come from teams of scientists.
collaboration  science 
january 2011 by gnat
Tools and practices for working virtually – GearMonk
list of tools. I like the phrase "asynchronous conversations" for 20m talks that balloon into hours of back and forth slow email.
collaboration  work  tools  from twitter_favs
january 2011 by gnat
The Extraordinaries
"micro-volunteer opportunities via mobile phone"
mobile  crowndsourcing  collaboration  web2.0  social  software 
may 2009 by gnat
Collanos | Think Out of the Inbox
interestin collab product built on existing stuff. wish it were open source, don't trust companies any more.
business  software  collaboration  email 
february 2009 by gnat
OpenSpaceWorld: WorkingInOpenSpace
walk through of the key features of openspace
events  collaboration 
january 2009 by gnat
A survey of corporate IT: The long nimbus | The Economist
The dominant model is still that people first labour individually and then merge their respective efforts, says Mr Mulholland [chief Technologist of CapGemini]
collaboration  social  software  cloud 
november 2008 by gnat
I’m in Your Google Docs, Reading Your Spreadsheets - Bits - Technology - New York Times Blog
The danger of re-entering email addresses. Of course, this is solved by application integration (OH NO HOW MICROSOFT!) which either forces us all to use gmail (oh fuck NO!) or for all apps to be extensible (aka roll over and lubricate for the insertion of a Google Docs plugin). Is this the future? Is it a Robocop Brazil nightmare or is it ... no wait, there aren't any soft-focus upbeat movies about the future, are there?
google  security  privacy  email  collaboration  social  software 
august 2008 by gnat

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