First, if you care, I’ve been using my bookmarks quite a lot recently. That is, where I might link to something in this here weblog, I’ve been just adding a bookmark. They last 8 displayed on the side, right under the Google Ads there, or, you can use the URL http://del.icio.us/bushwald, or, you can subscribe to the RSS for it at http://del.icio.us/rss/bushwald. Like I said, if you care.
As a side note, if you haven’t checked out the bookmark’ing webapp, del.icio.us you really should. You, dear readers, know I’m nuts for web applications, and del.icio.us is one of the most useful, precisely because it’s a webapp.
But, anyhow, here’s some links I’ve been saving up:
Notes on DIY-IT – Doc Searls’s talk from SuperNova; it’s more from his DIY-IT line of thinking.
- Short article on collaboration in supply-chain – my dad is the materials/purchasing manager for Polycom’s video conferencing unit, so I talk supply chain shop with him a lot. There’s a shit-load of coordination they do with their manufactors, I’d wager that they’d buy as much affordable help as they could. Via Jeff Nolan.
- Knowledge Management for Generation Y – there’s a lot of summarizing and outgoing links that’re interesting here.
Understanding Organizational Stakeholders for Design Success