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What the Web of Tomorrow Will Look Like: 4 Big Trends to Watch

Mashable Jan 24, 2010

Chuck Peters said: Key changes in information infrastructure

Media & Journalism, C3

The False Question Of Attention Economics - /Message

/message Jan 9, 2010

Chuck Peters said: It seems @stoweboyd and @hello_world are talking past each other, on a critical topic

Media & Journalism, C3

Doing journalism in 2010 is an act of community organizing

OJR Jan 6, 2010

Chuck Peters said: Local information starts with data, and community organizing

Media & Journalism, C3

louisgray.com: The Future: Operating System And Application-Neutral Data

louisgray.com Jan 9, 2010

Chuck Peters said: @louisgray @xarker and @hello_world need to meet in one room!

Media & Journalism, C3

Black&White!22 - Slaves of the feed - This is not the realtime we've been looking for

000fff.org Dec 15, 2009

Chuck Peters said: Thinking afresh on information - has @hello_world met @xarker?

Media & Journalism, C3

Mobile Trends 2020

slideshare.net Jan 7, 2010

Chuck Peters said: The future of mobile from multiple great perspectives -- "get involved" thx @neilperkin

Media & Journalism, C3

SimsBlog: 7 New Years Resolutions News Execs Should be Making in 2010

Sims Blog Jan 3, 2010

Chuck Peters said: I will follow this list from @judy_sims, and add atomized content

Stop trying to feel comfortable. You are not in a comfortable situation.

Media & Journalism, C3

Ten things every journalist should know in 2010 | Journalism.co.uk Editors' Blog

Journalism.co.uk Jan 4, 2010

Chuck Peters said: Key concepts for changing content creation

Your beat will be online and you will be the community builder. Creating communities and maintaining their attention will increasingly be down to the efforts of individual journalists; you may no longer be able to rely on your employer’s brand to attract reader loyalty in a fickle and rapidly changing online world

Media & Journalism, C3, journalsim

Wavedirectory

wavedirectory.appspot.com

Chuck Peters said: Public Google Waves