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| INside Innovation--The Splintering Of Mass Social Networks.

February 27, 2007

Time Off.

Bruce Nussbaum

Blog culture is evolving--it's personal and you're in a conversation with smart people you like but then its impersonal and strangers are screaming at you. So I don't exactly know how to say this without sounding strange. But I have to take the next week off to attend to personal stuff. I was off last week doing the same.

Don't take the silence as inattention to our conversation on innovation and design.

08:08 PM


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Way to go, bruce. welcome to the blogosphere [or whatever you want to call it ;p]

Posted by: niti bhan at February 27, 2007 10:19 PM

How about a substitute or guest blogger?

Posted by: Rich at February 28, 2007 06:04 PM

Weblogs are innovations by themselves. It's a little bit like the emergence of life. The very first forms of life were very various and any paleontogist will say you that there were a lot of monsters. Finally, the natural evolution has selected species having a lot of common points.

Four legs, two eyes, two ears. This wasn't the case in the early times. It's the same with every innovation breakthrough. And sometimes forgotten species or forgotten inventions find a niche where they can prosper.

The fuel cell is a perfect example.

Posted by: Georges de Wailly at March 5, 2007 09:38 AM

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