robert scoble

News Curation in the Social Media Newsroom on YiGG

Inspired by Robert’s blog­post on news cura­tion we’ve start­ed this exper­i­ment. With YiGG we’ve been pro­vid­ing a Social News Plat­form since 2006, where news-addicted users have been read­ing, adding, com­ment­ing on and rec­om­mend­ing news. Some of Robert’s ideas we’ve imple­ment­ed already, oth­ers we haven’t yet. As always, the eas­i­est thing for us would be to devel­op this “cura­tion thing” step-by-step — fol­low­ing the seven ‘needs’ he described in his post. For us management

Silicon Valley 2009 — Goldrausch 2.0 auf Phoenix und 3sat: Am 16. und 17.1.2010

San Fran­cis­co, Blick aus der 36. Etage des West­in Hotels Ein so grauer Tag wie der heutige Sam­stag ist genau der richtige, nochein­mal den Bericht ‘Gol­drausch 2.0 — Ein Münch­n­er im Sil­i­con Val­ley’ von Mar­cus Schuler und Richard Gut­jahr anzuse­hen. Seit­dem wir gemein­sam in San Fran­cis­co und im Sil­i­con Val­ley waren, ver­gle­iche ich in mein­er Wet­ter App München mit ‘San Fran­cis­co’. Und ich muss sagen — der Ver­gle­ich fällt für München

Die Probleme der Nachrichtenbranche im Internet

Gary Vaynerchuk im Gespräch mit Robert Scoble über seine Erfolgsstrategie

On Web 2.0 Weenies and Bullshit Social Media Economics

Burst out in a hearty laugh read­ing this post from Michael Gray. He takes Robert Scoble as an exam­ple for ‘Web 2.0 Wee­nies’ who get caught by the real­i­ty cops. In a nut­shell he claims that most social media activ­i­ties con­sist of com­mu­nic­taion, shar­ing, etc — but have noth­ing to do with earn­ing real money. As Michael says — it makes lit­tle sense try­ing to val­i­date or fal­si­fy his claim. I’m sure most

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The Great Men­tal Mod­els I, Shane Parrish

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Noise, Daniel Kahnemann

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Grasp: The Sci­ence Trans­form­ing How We Learn, San­jay Sara

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