Martin’s Musings: Emergence

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Higher-level values


Heigher-level values

Originally uploaded by Herbert Spencer.

This is an interesting, rather simple values framework. But it at least gets people to think…

February 27, 2006 Posted by | Random Thoughts | Leave a comment

edgeio is released

I have only just started taking a look at this new tagging app. Thought it was worth a look-see.07d19683e6d5

edgeio-key: 0c2d4d8d68030d7a628b5b7bc5007d19683e6d5c

February 27, 2006 Posted by | Random Thoughts | Leave a comment

MapMuse

MapMuse.com is a pretty good new mashup. I live in the wine country (Napa, CA) and I can use it to find wineries that I am interested in. Pretty cool.

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February 22, 2006 Posted by | Random Thoughts | Leave a comment

Scientists Enlist Clergy

Interesting article on how Scientists and Clergy are working together on the issue of evolution, Intelligent Design, etc.
http://today.reuters.com/news/newsArticleSearch.aspx?storyID=126556+19-Feb-2006+RTRS&srch=scientists+and+clergy

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February 22, 2006 Posted by | Random Thoughts | Leave a comment

Human Capital and Values

It is kind of funny — it must have been five years since I have talked much about Human Capital. Here is an article from ZDNet that is raising some questions —

http://blogs.zdnet.com/Ratcliffe/index.php?p=88&tag=nl.e539

I am not sure that I totally agree with the premise but I like the fact that this issue is rasied again. It is also important that the nature of human capital is not always just for those that are in an organization.

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February 22, 2006 Posted by | Random Thoughts | Leave a comment

Eurekster

If you look to the right — you will see this tagging application that I am trying out. It is Eurekster, and it is what the call a swicki.

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February 21, 2006 Posted by | Random Thoughts | Leave a comment

Web 2.0 / AJAX

Some different AJAX / Web 2.0 Sites

CampfireNow.com

BaseCampHQ

February 18, 2006 Posted by | Web 2.0 | Leave a comment