In May I announced that I was going to be blogging over on Conversation Hub, the Supernova conference blog, and whilst my schedule got in the way to start with, I think I’m now getting into the swing of things there. It’s always strange writing on a group blog with lots of people you don’t know, but it’s a good opportunity to read and respond to people I might otherwise not have come across. Here’s a summary of my posts so far:
- The multilingual web – I talk to Stephanie Booth about the difficulties of making the web mirror our real-world use of language.
- The unintentional social network – constructing social networks from publicly available data.
- Our old friend, the social network – We’ve always had social networks in business, just now they are explicit.
- Playing with numbers – Will the 1% Rule suffer the same fate as the Pareto Principle and end up overused, abused and misunderstood?
I’ll be blogging more on ConversationHub in the run up to Supernova, so do pop over there and take a look!