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Peter Borden
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Finally committed to my (first) blog. Writing about facilitation, innovation and design thinking. Come take a look: http://bipedgroup.com/pigeon/ 
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need some help - looking for a great graphic novel for a 13 year old boy (my nephew).....Any advice?
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Is he too young for Aldebaran? (by Leo, Luiz Eduardo de Oliveira, published by Dargaud / Cinebook)
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great - now Twitter has dropped all my "Following" and "Followers" - are they really asking me to make the full #transition to GPlus?
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What's the etiquette for re-posting something shared with a limited audience?

Anyway, on behalf of someone, is Twitter down? How many people are noticing this?
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For re-sharing I firstly track back to the original article. If that was shared publicly then I'm OK to do the same.

If it wasn't I look at who the sharer shared with. If they wanted to stop shares they could have disabled sharing. Usually it seems like they have shared it with their own circles. I feel OK to reshare with my circles, or a subset thereof, which is what G+ seems to think is the correct etiquette

If I want to share it with public I have to repost without their name on it (though I could put via +etcetc ). If it is something from the public domain anyway I don't have a problem with that. I might decide not to add their name in if I feel it might be insensitive to do so.
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Having a hard time keeping track of your #Healthcare tweeps and pluses (do we have a term for G+ people yet)? Wondering when the latest healthcare tweet-up or GPlus equivalent is scheduled for? Follow these links, one to a shared Google calendar and another to a shared Google Doc. All information in these docs will be made publicly available (well, that's the point really) so feel free to add in your info and share on.

http://bit.ly/pGjdn6 << Calendar
http://bit.ly/n4T9hc << List of People on Twitter & GPlus
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agreed - the way I am using G docs is less than ideal - but its a start
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Nice concept...
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Very nice, and effective.
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OK "Spotify" vs "Last.fm" vs ?? Votes for your favorite online music service? What is best for discovering new music vs playing your existing library?

(actually I am also doing a test with this question - looking to see if Google Plus, Twitter or FB give the best responses)
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so what is the difference between posting on FB vs G+? What is the conclusion of your study? :)
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Thanks to +Chris Brogan for the share - a good analysis of GPlus by +Brian Solis
Chris Brogan originally shared:
 
Apropos of a +Brian Solis post: tons of great information about HIS take on Google+ :
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Having a hard time keeping track of your #Healthcare tweeps and pluses (do we have a term for G+ people yet)? Wondering when the latest healthcare tweet-up or GPlus equivalent is scheduled for? Follow these links, one to a shared Google calendar and another to a shared Google Doc. All information in these docs will be made publicly available (well, that's the point really) so feel free to add in your info and share on.

http://bit.ly/pGjdn6 << Calendar
http://bit.ly/n4T9hc << List of People on Twitter & GPlus
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I am curious and would like some clever ideas. For my wife's birthday I made her a mix tape, trying to capture our time together in song. Used t'be that a mix tape was 8-12 songs. I came up with over 100....

So:
Question 1: how has the concept of a mix tape changed in the 'modern' world?
Question 2: how would you recommend packaging a 100+ song mix tape into something special? Creating a play-list in iTunes seems so impersonal....would love some clever ideas....
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How about this - http://animoto.com/

Mix some pics, mini-videos and songs... gotta cut it down to max 10 min I think.
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+Maf Lewis and +Richard Hilton have been having a public debate on News of the World and the phone hacking scandal. The questions that I have coming out of that discussion is to y'all:

1. Is there clear evidence that there is an overall political bias and/or agenda in US news/media organizations?

2. Do you think that the public perception of bias is in alignment with the reality of bias?

3. Do you think that that bias (if it exists) is a natural extension of journalists' own personal perspectives or is part of a larger corporate agenda/bias?
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Well, I think the bias of ownership becomes readily apparent in the op-ed pages: NYT = center left, Post = center right, WSJ = hard right/mercantilist, but the news editors still have some traditional firewalls between them and the owners at the respectable papers. If you compare the WSJ editorial page to their news coverage, for example, you can see that there are different agendas at work. I'd agree, though, that there certainly aren't many really leftist news organizations in the US, certainly nothing with the clout or ethics of Fox.
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Lead, Innovate, Architect, Build the Team, & Get It Done. Or, Vice President at Sapient, specializing in Healthcare and Financial Services industries.
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  • Sapient
    Executive, Healthcare, 1995 - present
  • Yale School of Medicine
    Research Assistant, 1992 - 1994
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
    Research Assistant, 1994 - 1995
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Healthcare & Tech Geek. Love the promise of the internet: Connect, Inform, Share, Engage.
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About me? Healthcare geek. Convinced that global health is just starting along of the most disruptive paths of any industry in recent times, and that all of its segments are converging in fascinating ways.

Passionate about family & friends, photography, England, and finding and doing things that make the world even just a little better place. Prone to talk endlessly about healthcare, consulting, and sometimes evolutionary psychology.
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Enjoying yet another day in this beautiful world surrounded by wonder and potential.
Education
  • University of Pennsylvania
    Biological Basis of Behavior, 1988 - 1992
  • Pace University
    Computer Science
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