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My Ten Favorite Tweets – Week Ending 122509

From the home office in the North Pole, where I’m packing up a for a couple months relaxing in Hawaii…

#1: RT @nenshad No spoilers but I agree! rt @twailgum “The Business Application of the Decade: And the Winner Is…” http://bit.ly/53BdZ2 my blog on CIO.com

#2: The Benefits of Pissing People Off http://ow.ly/OHEA #innovation

#3: Radian6 Sentiment Analysis Review – Does Natural Language Processing Work? http://bit.ly/5ckKPa > Sentiment analysis still work in progress

#4: Accept Defeat: The Neuroscience of Screwing Up | Magazine #innovation (via @jorgebarba) http://post.ly/Ftqa

#5: The Consumerization of Enterprise VC http://ow.ly/Osck by VC Bill Burnham | what works in consumer web doesn’t inside orgs #vc #e20

#6: What motivates external innovators? (MIT Sloan) #innovation http://post.ly/FfKm

#7: RT @jhagel: Drafting an entire workforce into the company’s brain trust – lessons from Toyota http://tinyurl.com/yfnh87d

#8: RT @brucenussbaum Ingenius use of space.Train goes through Thai market! Unbelieveable! http://bit.ly/4TEva9 /via @brucemaudesign (via @Rishadt)

#9: RT @marylynn3 How NORAD keeps track of Santa- A behind the scenes peek from @CNET News http://bit.ly/6Py9BY

#10: Wrapping paper, Two Buck Chuck, It’s a Wonderful Life > Christmas Eve 2009

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My Ten Favorite Tweets – Week Ending 082809

From the home office in Boston, Massachusetts…

#1: Ten Great Ways to Crush Creativity http://bit.ly/FR5PJ by @PaulSloane I’ve seen many of these in my work history #innovation

#2: “The kind of mistakes you make define you. The more interesting the mistakes, the more interesting the life.” http://bit.ly/Yqs2X by @berkun

#3: WSJ: Why Multitaskers Stink at Multitasking http://bit.ly/swsd2 “If you think you’re a good multitasker, you most certainly aren’t.”

#4: Forbes: “Their passion is for what they do, not for who they work for” in The Odd Clever People Every Organization Needs http://bit.ly/iWDTs

#5: Interesting survey: “Who is the most important living management thinker?” http://www.thinkers50.com/vote My vote? Gary Hamel

#6: Is engaging customers in social media Enterprise 2.0? Or is it Enterprise Marketing 2.0? Comment on @vzrjvy‘s blog http://bit.ly/LcMQk

#7: Jakob Nielsen, guru of web design, provides his take on what makes a good tweet: http://bit.ly/1UqHIA

#8: Have you heard of this dude? @shitmydadsays tweets funny stuff his father says. Only 21 tweets, but 139k followers.

#9: The Onion – Study: 74% Of Children Tenting Out In Yard Don’t Make It Through The Night http://bit.ly/zmqkZ Need to let my little ones know

#10: Dear @SantaClaus25: my son Harrison would like Lego City for Christmas. “The whole Lego City” he says, as he watches me type this.

My Ten Favorite Tweets – Week Ending 122608

From the home office in the North Pole…

#1: Guy tweeting after the plane crash was amazing (http://bit.ly/w6d6). Instant news. My non-twittering wife’s reaction? Eye-roll, “why?”

#2: Are you a long form twitterer? I often hit 140+ characters in my tweets, and spend time cutting them back.

#3: @mediaphyter You’re right about Twitter making us more succinct. You know where I’m seeing it most? In my emails, of all things.

#4: Enterprise 2.0 question: How important is it that things go viral inside a company?

#5: Gartner Hype Cycle for Social Software Aug 2008 – full 50-page report: http://bit.ly/ZVf6 (pdf)

#6: Some really great pix of…parents throwing their kids in the air (http://bit.ly/N5ul). This is something I do w/ my 2 y.o. girl, need pix!

#7: Listening to 7 y.o. piano prodigy on NPR, Ethan Bortnick http://bit.ly/80LW Funny to hear accomplished piano w/ a little boy’s personality.

#8: TwitterCounter has a revenue model. You pay to be a featured user on their home page/twitter user stats pages. $130/week http://bit.ly/Ve6N

#9: Hey…conservative commentator/Fox personality Michelle Malkin is now tweeting. http://twitter.com/michellemal… And the bus keeps rollin’

#10: I now await my kids’ going to sleep, so my Santa duties can get underway. I’ve got a doll house and a race track to assemble.

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My Ten Favorite Tweets – Week Ending 121208

From the home office in Charlottesville, VA…

#1: “If you’re not blogging, you’re an idiot” – Tom Peters http://bit.ly/toNh >> Perhaps overstating it a tiny bit…

#2: Reading: Will Enterprise 2.0 ever enter big organizations? http://bit.ly/9QkK Well-articulated point re: cogs v. valu of complete individual

#3: So interesting that corporations are creating social media guidelines for employees. Intel is the latest: http://bit.ly/I3Pj

#4: Working on a kindergarten application essay. Yes, a kindergarten essay. Not something my parents had to worry about when I was a kid.

#5: Observation: if u wait to blog about a big Google announcement til the next day, your post is at the top of the Google post links = traffic.

#6: @problogger Thanks for the tweet of my blog post. Glad you like it.

#7: Reading: How ‘visionary’ raised – and lost – a fortune http://bit.ly/HiPc Great article re: my old employer Pay By Touch. Drugs, crimes, $$$

#8: Consequence of listening to Last.fm. Song I like comes on here at Specialty’s, I want to favorite it. I click around in the air instead…

#9: My preso, “Double the Value of Your Social Software”, was added to the Social Media Leadership group on SlideShare: http://bit.ly/tUaD

#10: Following @SantaClaus25 who is following more than he is followed. Guess he needs to track who’s naughty and nice…