Category Archives: Jonathan Harris

Why the real-time web isn’t important

I have been thinking a bit about this notion of a real-time web. Having access to real-time information, as soon as it is published, seems to be a possible Achilles heel for Google according to some (here and here). People … Continue reading

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The question is more important than the answer

Yesterday I wrote about the trend that every bit of content that is produced on the Internet seems to get aggregated, producing yet another view of what is already out there. Instead of delivering us inspiration, aggregation brings us more … Continue reading

Posted in exploration, inspiration, Jonathan Harris, Michael Welsch, Rolf Skyberg, storytellers | Tagged , , , , , | 18 Comments

Looking back at 2007 with a few lists of the best of..

It seems everyone is closing off 2007 with all different kinds of lists. I haven’t done that yet, but to make up for it, here are a few of mine: My own 5 top posts in 2007: De zin en … Continue reading

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Just a few wishes for 2008 (part 2)

In my first post in 2008 I said I would elaborate a bit about things I would like to see happen in 2008. My first wish for 2008 was to bring back freedom and responsibility to the user. The article … Continue reading

Posted in business model, human behavior, inspiration, John Battelle, Jonathan Harris, Microsoft, Mobile, Nokia N95, ovi, Uncategorized, web 2.0 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

The New York Times river flows, but whereto?

Dave Winer is doing some interesting experiments to reshuffle the New York times content into something he calls a river of information. He uses the metadata the NY times provides in its on-line HTML news and using that data he … Continue reading

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(Re-) discovering great things on the web

Tim O’Reilly wrote a nice post today on the effects of self fulfilling prophecies on social media. One of the examples he provides (read his article, it’s longer and nicer than my brief summary here) is that if everyone uses … Continue reading

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Following the emotions of millions of people!

Just saw an incredible presentation of Jonathan Harris, artist and storyteller on Picnic 2007. Jonathan has done several amazing projects regarding the feelings, memories, daily activities of human beings on a global scale.  One of his great projects is called … Continue reading

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