After Web 2.0: WOW (Wide Open Web) - enough of version numbers for the web!! - Trends in the Living Networks

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conference in 2004, it seems getting time to work out what will succeed Web 2.0. About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Living Networks - Chapter 2: Emerging Technologies – Free Download and Commentary | Main | To win in an open world Flash is becoming even more open – the result will be applications that reach every platform » After Web 2.0:

Metal Gear games are temporarily disappearing from digital stores

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Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater are disappearing from digital storefronts today, while Konami renews the licenses for the “historical archive footage” they contain, their publisher has announced. Screenshot: Metal Gear Solid 2.

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Seattle biotech startup backed by Gates Foundation launches trial for snail fever vaccine

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The 6-person company was founded in 2004 by Carter, who is also chief scientific officer at another Seattle vaccine company, HDT Bio. The new vaccine contains a protein found in the flatworm and was invented at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and licensed to PAI.

Seven MegaTrends of Professional Services - #4 Transparency - Trends in the Living Networks

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MegaTrend Four: Transparency On October 25, 2004, the board of directors of financial services conglomerate Marsh & McLennan announced “significant reforms to the business model… which will be rooted in transparency.”

Avalara nabs nearly $1B in debt securities to fuel growing tax compliance software business

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Founded in 2004, Avalara has also been on an acquisition spree of late, swooping up companies including DAVO Technologies, Business Licenses, Transaction Tax Resources, INPOSIA Solutions, and Impendulo Limited.

Paul Allen’s Flying Heritage Collection reportedly sold to aviation enthusiast in the Walton family

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He serves on the board of directors for Walmart and the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, among other organizations, and is a licensed pilot as well as an aircraft collector.

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Who’s an astronaut? FAA weighs in on a murky issue for suborbital space travelers

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Those guidelines suggest that astronaut wings can go only to crew members on a licensed spacecraft who contribute to flight safety and rise above the 50-mile altitude mark.

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Tech Moves: Top Blue Origin engineer joins SpaceX; Axon hires HTC Vive exec; Porch adds to board

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Eby has been succeeded by Morgan Hellar who originally joined WRF in 2004 as a license administrator for the organization’s patent portfolio. Chris Chin. Axon Photo). —

Will Spotify crack open the all-you-can-eat music subscription model?

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Rhapsody was one of the first players in this space, Napster has been promoting a subscription unlimited on-demand streaming music since 2004, combined with 5 permanent MP3 downloads per month, and others such as Virgin have attempted to do it. Several key factors are at play here: * Scope of music licensing. Spotify within Europe has one of the broadest range of licensing deals achieved yet. Napster has declined (likely due to licensing restrictions) to offer a free version.

Virgin Orbit’s LauncherOne rocket misses going to space during its first air launch

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Virgin Orbit’s technology builds on the air-launch legacy of SpaceShipOne, the rocket plane that won the $10 million Ansari X Prize back in 2004 with financial support from the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.

Extinction Timeline: what will disappear from our lives before 2050 - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Online bringing people together: Brooklyn Bridge Photowalk | Main | Newsgator implements APML: the value of standards in an open world » Extinction Timeline: what will disappear from our lives before 2050 Ross Dawson, October 14, 2007 8:44 PM US PT When people talk about the future, they usually point to all the new things that will come to pass.

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‘Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2’ publisher removes Seattle’s Hardsuit Labs as developer

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Paradox, the publisher for Bloodlines 2, has owned the licensing rights to the Vampire: The Masquerade tabletop game since 2015, as well as a 33% stake in Hardsuit Labs. ( Bloodlines 2 Image).

Cloud Shines Brightly as Future of Disaster Response IT

Cloud Musings

From the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004 to the earthquakes in Chile, Haiti and Japan, awareness of disasters reaches around the globe in time measured in milliseconds. first among its lessons learned following the aftermath of the 2004. needed, without the concern of paying for licenses that won’t be used. servers or acquiring licenses. The call for help began as a rumble. Twenty miles beneath the ocean’s surface, a rupture in a massive.

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Launching the Web 2.0 Framework - Trends in the Living Networks

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Framework is released on a Creative Commons license, which allows anyone to use it and build on it as they please, as long as there is attribution with a link to this blog post and/ or Future Exploration Network. About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Particls switches on the power of RSS | Main | A week of hot news on the web: Trade sales mark the boom » Launching the Web 2.0

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Industrial policy in the global media economy - Trends in the Living Networks

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See our latest Trend Map! What to expect in 2008 and beyond…. - Trends in the Living Networks

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Remember that our trend maps are generally for stimulation rather than being taken too seriously… :-) And as usual, the trend map is released on a Attribution-ShareAlike Creative Commons license , so if you disagree with the trends we’ve chosen or think you can improve on the map, feel free to play with it!

What is Enterprise 2.0? – a primer - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « The power of Enterprise Mashups | Main | Interview on SkyBusiness TV: the state of the Yahoo! Microsoft battle » What is Enterprise 2.0? – a primer Ross Dawson, February 10, 2008 10:01 PM US PT On the newly relaunched Future Exploration Network website, we have added a ‘What is Enterprise 2.0’

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How to watch the countdown to Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin suborbital space trip (and why)

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He’s a native of the Netherlands who took a year off after high school graduation to get his private pilot’s license. Flight director Steve Lanius has worked on environmental, health and safety issues at Blue Origin since 2004.

No Straight Lines / Technology makes it easy to remember,' the trick is learning how to forget

I'm not lost, I'm wondering

December 2004. September 2004. August 2004. July 2004. June 2004. May 2004. April 2004. Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 3.0 License. |. |. No Straight Lines. … a knowledge worker’s waste blog … Skip to content. Home Video Games: Future of education or harmful addiction?

Choosing LambdaTest for Selenium Automation

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Selenium was originally developed by Jason Huggins in 2004 and was soon joined by other specialists in testing and programming. license that can be downloaded and used free of charge. Information Technology Blog - - Choosing LambdaTest for Selenium Automation - Information Technology Blog. In the world of software development, it is very important never to forget about the testing phase.

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Why we will all have robot pets in the future - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Complimentary report: Executive Insights into Enterprise 2.0 from roundtable hosted by Future Exploration Network and IBM | Main | Is business yet to harness Web 2.0, or not yet willing to talk about it?

Open innovation in collaborative filtering - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « IBM drives open business | Main | Changing investor disclosure could transform the world of blogging » Open innovation in collaborative filtering Ross Dawson, October 2, 2006 4:15 PM US PT Netflix has just announced a $1 million prize to whoever can improve the accuracy of their movie recommendation engine.

Announcing the 2008 Top 100 Australian Web 2.0 Applications list – Launch is on 19 June - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Montage of recent media coverage | Main | Living Networks - Chapter 4: Relationship Rules - Free Download and Commentary » Announcing the 2008 Top 100 Australian Web 2.0 Applications list – Launch is on 19 June Ross Dawson, May 11, 2008 3:38 PM US PT [UPDATE:] The final Top 100 list is now up. Following the great success of last year’s Top 60 Web 2.0

MySpace embraces “data availability” – a major step forward to the Wide Open Web - Trends in the Living Networks

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Boston Globe covers the Extinction Timeline - Trends in the Living Networks

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Trend map for 2007 and beyond - Trends in the Living Networks

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And please don’t take it too seriously… As with most of our content, this is released on a Attribution-ShareAlike Creative Commons license , so if you disagree with the trends we’ve chosen or think you can improve on the map, please take it and run with it! About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Speaking about corporate innovation and the future of business | Main | Happy holidays!

Automated content creation: pushing the boundaries of human value - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « The Shyftr debate: If you provide all your content on feeds, does that give permission for anyone to do anything with it?

Device convergence in our pockets - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Trends in the Living Networks has been Slashdotted… | Main | Notes from the PR and New Media Summit » Device convergence in our pockets Ross Dawson, March 3, 2008 2:10 AM US PT An interesting article in the Sydney Morning Herald titled Is that a computer in your pocket? examines how mobile phones, PDAs, portable computers and more are converging.

How to dodge tax sensibly - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Great review of Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum in Sydney Morning Herald | Main | Startups carnival 2008 – judging the next generation of startups » How to dodge tax sensibly Ross Dawson, February 28, 2008 3:13 PM US PT We are currently hiring a new finance/ admin person.

Logo competition for DataPortability.org: how to get the best - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « New Australian broadband chip could change media distribution and home entertainment | Main | Enterprise 2.0 is more about culture and people than technology » Logo competition for DataPortability.org: how to get the best Ross Dawson, February 23, 2008 1:39 AM US PT I love this kind of thinking.

Enterprise 2.0 will bring radical change in organisations - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « David Holloway on Des Walsh’s new Social Media Show: Virtual worlds and Enterprise 2.0 | Main | Do social network technologies make us better or worse off as a society? » Enterprise 2.0 will bring radical change in organisations Ross Dawson, February 16, 2008 2:53 AM US PT A very good article in Voice and Data magazine titled Enterprise 2.0

2008 will be the year of Enterprise 2.0 - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « DataPortability looks set to massively increase the value of the Net to users | Main | Digg, DataPortability, and business models » 2008 will be the year of Enterprise 2.0 Ross Dawson, January 28, 2008 2:42 PM US PT This year will be when Enterprise 2.0 becomes firmly established.

How to make Facebook secure for organizational use: no more excuses! - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « We are discovering our “latent humanity” by how we share and communicate on the Internet | Main | How to survive Christmas parties: A practical guide to festive conversations » How to make Facebook secure for organizational use: no more excuses!

Trends in the Living Networks: Presentation: Transcending commoditization in professional services

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Talking about the future. - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « No astroturfing around here! Main | Live videostream for the Future of Media Summit » Talking about the future. Ross Dawson, July 16, 2006 4:20 AM US PT Last Thursday I was interviewed by Tony Delroy on the Nightlife program , an ABC program broadcast nationally.

Innovation in professional services: the case of DDB and Keith Reinhard - Trends in the Living Networks

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This range of flavored drinking water for cats was created by DDB and is licensed to provide an ongoing revenue stream. Case study: DDB Worldwide Advertising network DDB Worldwide, with 206 offices in 96 countries, was named “Most Awarded Agency Network in the World” for 2004, on the basis of the creative awards received by its operations worldwide. By 2004, around half of DDB’s compensation agreements included pay for performance elements.

No Straight Lines / Lessons learned and learned lessons

I'm not lost, I'm wondering

December 2004. September 2004. August 2004. July 2004. June 2004. May 2004. April 2004. Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 3.0 License. |. |. No Straight Lines. … a knowledge worker’s waste blog … Skip to content. Home Video Games: Future of education or harmful addiction? Lessons learned and learned lessons.

Network Roundtable: Building Collaborative Teams - Trends in the Living Networks

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Live on Today show: how the relationship between people and machines is becoming emotional - Trends in the Living Networks

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Media industry network analysis – tools for better strategic decisions - Trends in the Living Networks

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The network map above provides a representation of radio and TV license ownership in Australia. The network shows the existence of ownership “syndicates”, where several ownership entities band together to jointly own multiple media licenses. Being centrally connected, in this case by part-owning many licenses, can be very beneficial.

Tapping the Zeitgeist: Powerful tools for spotting online trends - Trends in the Living Networks

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Keynote speech on Creating the Future of Business - Trends in the Living Networks

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About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Facebook and portals in the workplace | Main | Professional services network offsite: Tapping the Power of Collaboration » Keynote speech on Creating the Future of Business Ross Dawson, August 23, 2007 4:29 PM US PT Yesterday I gave a keynote on Creating the Future of Business at the Q400 Business Summit in Brisbane, which was themed Future Shocks.

Media industry transactions are now transcending the boom years - Trends in the Living Networks

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