A review of the most interesting tweets, articles, posts and thoughts on innovation, co-creation and social media that I saw this week….
First: Thank you for the recent increase in traffic to this site! If you missed any of them these three recent posts were popular (below or at links):
- Catch a wave – Do the lessons of innovation in surfing apply generally? CatchAWave
- Do users have a role in more innovative product or service development – Summary of a tweet discussion LeadUsers
- Does the clout of Klout threaten Twitter – Beware of inadequate measures taken seriously! KloutClout
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Countdown to the singurality?
Ray Kurzweil and others have been talking about a target date of about 2050 when computers/machines pass humans in all meaningful skills and abilities. Did we see step two of the singularity on Jeopardy where Watson, an IBM computer, handily beat the human competition?
CrazyFlipperFingers Why I Lost to Watson
ComeOnHAL We Lost on Jeopardy
Watson Doesn’t Know It Won on ‘Jeopardy!’ JustAMachine
Kurzweil: Why IBM’s Jeopardy Victory Matters Singularity via @pcmag
Innovation articles or postings of interest this week:
Scarcity: The mother of innovation? SkunkWorks #HBR
The normal reaction to really creative ideas is hostility FlattenTheMole
New Culture of Learning: is innovation possible in education? NEVER
Innovation ideas from surfing advances: Lead users on the edge…Catch a wave! CatchAWave
A Keyboard and Mouse? That’s So 1970s KillMice
Gr8 Advice on Open Innovation from P&G! – OPEN – S Lindegaard – RT @innovate
Tech Week – How social technology helps wounded patients. VitalLink @larsograf VitalLink
Social Media Marketing
How to Measure Your Brand’s Online Influence InfluenceME (via @incmagazine) RT @EeeGeee
Interesting –> How’s the research industry using social media? @researchlive Research RT @Facecocreation
The 4 Strategic Steps To A Social Business SocialBiz @jeffbullas
Important! How Twitter impacts SEO: Here’s Proof – TwitterSEO RT @ckrohn1 @MackCollier
“Majority of social interaction will happen via mobile”: WhyDontWeDoItInTheRoad This should be obvious now, but still be stated RT @dhinchcliffe
Happiness and social networks @aaker Happy @aaker (Un)happiness over time Unhappy RT @smaxbrown @rbakal
Why Most Facebook Marketing Doesn’t Work” NoHardSell