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Links 1 through 10 of 41 by marnie webb tagged technology

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The article itself isn't that great but a nice list of resources. I will say that the Philosophy of Technology class in college is one of the few that I concretely call upon on a regular basis.

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"The site solicits ideas, community members remix them, improving them, commenting or questioning them, endorsing them. These remixes are portable and follow both the original idea and the remixer's profile through the site. The conversations that ensue resemble nothing so much as a bunch of entrepreneurs networking and workshopping their ideas."

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"But today’s technologies have potential to do much more – the potential for “constructive disruption” that enables nonprofits to achieve dramatically greater impact through new business and service models."

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"If someone approached me even five years ago and explained that one day in the near future I would be filtering, collecting and sharing content for thousands of perfect strangers to read — and doing it for free — I would have responded with a pretty perplexed look. Yet today I can’t imagine living in a world where I don’t filter, collect and share."

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"The once-mysterious formation of tastes is becoming a quantitative science, as services like Netflix and Pandora and StumbleUpon deploy algorithms to predict, and shape, what we like to watch, listen to and read.

These services are wondrous. They also risk lumping us into clusters of the like-minded and depriving us of the self-fortifying act of choosing. What will it mean to prefer one genre of song when you have never confronted others? It is one thing to love your country because you have seen the world and love it still; it is quite another to love it because you know nothing else."

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"To raise your sales out of the flatline of the long tail you need to connect with your True Fans directly. Another way to state this is, you need to convert a thousand Lesser Fans into a thousand True Fans." This sentiment, and the article as a whole, are extremely pertinent for social benefit efforts trying to understand how to break through the blizzard of causes.

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