Blogging was where we began, and how we built our company so we have preserved this archive to show how our thinking developed over a decade of developing the use of social technology inside organisations


Posts with a network theme

The WordPress London September Meetup at Headshift

Following on from the success of our previous meetups, Headshift is once again hosting the WordPress London meetup in our offices on Thursday 22nd September. Here’s rough outline of the programme for the coming event agenda for next week. If you’re interested, don’t forget to RVSP through the meetup group 7.00pm – Welcome 7:10 pm… read full post

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Web services: towards the network computer

Early implementations of connected social software offer a glimpse into a future of distributed applications and web services that might free us from the limits of desktop operating systems.

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Lurkers as potential bridges in social networks

lurking in social netwokrs – not a bad thing, necessarily

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The flight of the Orkut

The first flight of the Orkut was brief, but generated a lot of interest. What does this tell us about the state of online social networking today?

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Computer Programs for Social Network Analysis

Links to software for SNA

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London Business Support Network knowledge centre wins best intranet award

The London Business Support Network Knowledge Centre last week won the Best Intranet or Extranet Project category of the International Information Industry Awards 2003

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social software is not just about making friends

The “familiar stranger” concept: we don’t all have to be friends

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Social Networking tools: a bubble in the making?

The signs are there that another wave of VC hype is hitting social networking tools – is it really a major market?

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Ratcliffe: social and political networks

Mitch Ratcliffe on emergent polities and the lessons we can draw from social networks in general

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Sobering stats from the Small World experiment

Smallworld experiment reports some surprising findings about transmission of information requests beyond first-tier contacts in a social network

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