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This looks very interesting. Wish I could go...

Wisdom 2.0 Business is a two day conference in San Francisco on May 11th and 12th bringing together business leaders and entrepreneurs to explore the next wave of creative company.

Whether it is using social media, holding meetings, or making decisions, our actions can either be infused with presence and engagement, or with stress and fear. The next generation of successful company will not only know "what to do" but more importantly will focus on the right "process" that engages people in ways that the best decisions can present themselves.

The old model based on fear, and top-down management techniques simply no longer works. There is a new generation of leader focused on wise and meaningful leadership and engagement. Wisdom 2.0 Business was created to help identify and foster this effort. It is for both those in for- and non-profit interested in living in this way and creating teams that are more engaged, present, and creative.
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I'm wondering if you saw Charlie Rose's interview with the buzzfeed guy yesterday? He had some very interesting remarks about the old ways of finding things via search (the "google way") vs the new way of finding things via sharing (the "facebook way").
+Gideon Rosenblatt The only concern for me (after seeing/using the great G+) is that pinterest seems to have grown bigger than G+and at a faster speed, and seems to naturally lend itself to buying and shopping which means it should be easy to monetize. It shows that having a novel idea (Pinterest) always trumpets size (Google). But that's also why I'm not worried about facebook "conquering social", we're in the very first stages of the social-augmented era and we're only beginning to scratch the surface.
Hmm... I already searched for actual non-Google+ content using Google+ few times now. We all agree it's still a little handicapped, there's no way to search in comments (including hashtags there). But it works, call it the "google plus way".

It's surprizing that we search here not only by the item itself, but also by the term or person associated with the item. Probably by a thing that catched our awareness at the time when we read the post for the 1st time. E.g.I searched for a post about dangerous texting by the word "bear" - since there was a story abut a guy attacked by bear while texting. Or while getting back to my comment about mid-air broadband, I searched using the term "Pilatus", since I remembered the plane's brand name on the photo. Of course on classic Google we also search like this sometimes. But seems we use these associations fairly more often on G+.

I agree with +Hamid Marc Afsharieh that we're only scratching the surface of what social media & social search will be. I gues I'll be laughing at my posts in few years time.
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