Tag Archives: User Driven

Netizen Developer

There is a low grade market war going on in web augmentation services, part of a huge shift in how developers and users perceive the web. The Web used to be about pages, then applications, followed by mashups. Today the … Continue reading

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Social Graph is Plural

“Social Graph” is not just a singular noun. “The Social Graph” is a popular misnomer that has plagued the social networking portability conversation ever since Brad Fitzpatrick catalyzed the blogosphere with a vision about the Global Social Graph. But in … Continue reading

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VRM: The user as point of integration

On yesterday’s Project VRM conference call, a piece of the Vendor Relationship Management puzzle snapped into alignment in a flash of insight. It wasn’t something new to the movement, rather it was a realization about the primacy and criticality of … Continue reading

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