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Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
Everything is miscellaneous
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  • Very interesting.

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    • 1. Inhoudsopgave
    • 2. About David Weinberger
      • Fellow @ Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society
      • Written for Wired, USA Today, Harvard Business Review
      • Marketing consultant
      • Senior Internet Adviser Howard Dean presedential campaign
      • Doctorate in philosophy
      tekst http://www.everythingismiscellaneous.com/ http://www.hyperorg.com/blogger/index.html
    • 3. Thanks David
      • Some slides in this presentation have been reused from a presentation that David gave on the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in june 2007
    • 4. The message
    • 5. tekst
    • 6. The solution to information overload is more information
    • 7. The book
    • 8. tekst
    • 9.  
    • 10.  
    • 11. First Order
    • 12. Second Order
    • 13.  
    • 14. Digitizing everything
    • 15. Third order
      • The digital order
    • 16. Four laws of the jungle
      • Filter on the way out, not on the way in
      • Put each leaf on as many branches as possible
      • Everyting is matadata and everything can be a label
      • Give up control
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    • 17. Filtering on the way in
    • 18.  
    • 19. Filtering on the way out, not on the way in
    • 20. Leaf on many branches Photographic Equipment
    • 21. Leaf on many branches Photographic Equipment Sale Items Graduation Gifts Active Lifestyles Computer Equipment Casio Products Travel Equipment
    • 22. Messiness as a virtue Jane's Weblog Online Review Maria's Weblog Electronics Discussion Photo Profs Casio's Weblog Design Mailing List
    • 23. No difference between data and metadata Flicker.com/nadya data and metadata
    • 24. Give up control
    • 25.  
    • 26.  
    • 27. Social knowing tekst
    • 28. What nothing says
      • Paradox of the third order
      •  freeing information from its implicit context
      • Jam
      • Robin
      • Capri
      tekst
    • 29. Four basic techniques of reconstructing the implict of the basis of the explicit
      • The tags of others
      • Relations between tags
      • Learning who is tagging
      • Information that is tagged
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    • 30. Clustering @ Flickr
      • Distribution and coincidence of tags
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    • 31. Suggestions @ delicious
      • When adding tags the site gives some ideas based on tags of others and your earlier tags
      • Making it easier to add and to get better results from search
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    • 32. Why you have to read this book!
      • The future of metadata
        • Now applied in the consumer world, soon to be in the enterprise!
      • The past of metadata
        • How metadata evolved to what it is today
      • Fun to read!
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    • 33.
      • Larry Prusak reviews Everything is Miscellaneous for the Harvard Business Review. He thinks it makes “an interesting argument and Weinberger presents it well. The book is well-written, well-meaning, and filled with interesting and previously unknown facts…” But, he says, “It’s not perfect. I wish that he had elaborated on some of the points about knowledge.”
      • Nick Carr thinks the book is fundamentally wrong and wrong-headed, at least based on what he read. (He got up to p. 9.)
      • Cory Doctorow at BoingBoing : [From the last paragraph:] “…every chapter in Everything is Miscellaneous brings new insight to the subject. This is a hell of a book“… an “instant classic.”
      • Chris Anderson, editor in chief of Wired and author of The Long Tail “David Weinberger attacks the complexity of the real world, not by making it simple, but by making it clear. Once he explains how thingscan be in more than one place at a time-and make sense-you’ll never lookat a humble bookshelf or store shelf the same way again.”
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