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A good article by +Francisco Dao for Washington Post. It is indeed very difficult to break through all the noise and information overload out there.

I think the next round of innovation should come not about sharing more info, but about filtering the noise out and mining the tidbits of relevant and coherent thought among tons and tons of junk. Google made their business helping find relevant information on the Web, someone would have a chance for a good business model doing it on social media.

Plus indeed, there are a lot of business opportunities outside the 'Net...
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I wrote this for the Washington Post....had to debunk the people who think social media sharing is the holy grail http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/on-innovations/we-share-too-much-and-its-stifling-innovation/2011/07/28/gIQAoVrgfI_story.html
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Knowing too much about business could actually hurt you
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2081930,00.html

This reminds me about the Larry Ellison keynote to the Yale MBA graduates quite a few years ago calling them 'losers' http://www.satirewire.com/news/0006/satire-ellison.shtml (well yes, this is actually a satirical piece Larry Ellison in fact never delivered, but he still pretty much could have had :)...
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2011 MacBook Air benchmarks outperform all 2010 MacBook Pro http://j.mp/p2xCOg
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Slides from last night LAPHP talk by +Rasmus Lerdorf (http://j.mp/laphp-rasmus) are available online here http://t.co/Vmv0TSG - use arrow keys to navigate.

Thanks everyone for coming last night - it was arguably the best LAPHP talk in years. Hope to see everyone back at LAPHP in August.

Find us at http://www.laphp.org/
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Excellent evening. Thanks for making it happen.
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Plenty of robots can fly -- but none can fly like a real bird. That is, until Markus Fischer and his team at Festo built SmartBird, a large, lightweight robot, modeled on a seagull, that flies by flapping its wings. A soaring demo fresh from TEDGlobal 2011.
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They never had the staff to enforce them either. Wish I would have known that 2 years ago.
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    Director of Business Strategy and Technology, 2013
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