Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Love Social Software

The good thing about bad presentations, or how I came to love social software
Smart stuff from Scott Leslie:
"We need software that is obvious in the value it offers its end users so we aren't forcing them to do things they don't want to already do. We need software that recognizes users not just as the 'operators' of software, but as having identities that are important, identities that are the basis for rich connections and enabling possibilities. We need software that notices and records these conections and interactions in order to add even more value to those users and to other people trying to do similar things. Hallelujah!"

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