Web 2.0, collective intelligence, and the future of learning

Yesterday in the “Blogtropolis” room at Web 2.0 Expo, Chris Heuer signaled me to take a seat in the director’s chair alongside his for a chat.

Here’s a podcast of our chat. We spent twenty minutes talking about building on-line communities, enterprise 2.0, coping with mind-blowing change, the Continue reading

Dancing Bears


Day before yesterday I installed Parallels on my MacPro; it creates a virtual machine to enable me to run Windows.

Ten years ago, something like this would have had maybe a 25% chance of working, and when it did, it would be as slow as snails on valium. And it would have taken four hours with many Continue reading