Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @JayCollier ever

May 2010

Noted: The Cost of Higher Education (PBS/Lumina/Miller Center of Public Affairs) http://bit.ly/bZFGDw

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Noted: World touristiness map & Interesting remote places map http://bit.ly/bxhxWu

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Noted: The Fire of 1947 (Bates College) http://bit.ly/cRu5s9

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Noted: [Translation] Han Han: The Bloom of Youth (China Elections and Governance) http://bit.ly/aDKXHd

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Noted: Apple Dethrones Microsoft As World’s Biggest Tech Company http://huff.to/9VOvph

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Noted: Josh Baron on Education Technology and Disruptive Change — Campus Technology http://bit.ly/aphIe0

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Noted: Taking Pains to Take Care, Both Now and Then (NYTimes.com) http://nyti.ms/dDicRW

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RT @tgoetz just got a nifty review for The Decision Tree in the NYT - http://nyti.ms/aFiaED

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Noted: An Evening to Re-Imagine Learning in the 21st Century (Digital Media and Learning) http://bit.ly/dBRKrB

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Noted: Brunswick Landing, Annex design guidelines released (The Times Record) http://bit.ly/dzeS1Q

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Noted: Your Life In 2020 (Forbes.com) http://bit.ly/cBvct0

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Noted: Envisioning Your Future in 2020 (Frog Design) http://bit.ly/bZH1aT

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Noted: How To Create The Future (Forbes) http://bit.ly/9FQEkM

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Noted: Look Ma, No Flash! w/ jQuery and HTML5 http://bit.ly/aeSIri

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Noted: ScholarPress > BuddyPress on WordPress http://bit.ly/dxZUwn

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Noted: What is Web 3.0? Semantic Web & other Web 3.0 Concepts Explained in Plain English http://bit.ly/cITICf

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Noted: Facebook Privacy: A Bewildering Tangle of Options (NYTimes.com) http://nyti.ms/aZ19YY

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Noted: Unify · The simple content editor that anyone can use. http://bit.ly/cI4dGr

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Noted: A wireframe kit for Google Drawings /via @echoditto http://bit.ly/bvOJdj

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Noted: Her own words (Patricia Collier) http://bit.ly/dnxjgp

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Noted: UBC – a place of mind http://bit.ly/a06LUv

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Noted: Maine’s New Economic Engine (Maine Ahead) http://bit.ly/a2RsUS

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Posted: Presentation: Crossing Web Boundaries http://bit.ly/95En7W

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Noted: Governance, Sex and Workflowed Tweets http://bit.ly/aEsXV6

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Noted: Ten reasons why governance is like sex (Tony Byrne, Real Story Group) http://bit.ly/9ShkP0

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Noted: Model Your Way Past Problems With Rapid Prototyping (J. Boye Conferences) http://bit.ly/cx6Jph

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RT @cmswatch: Ten reasons why Web governance is like sex #jboye10 #cms http://bit.ly/aR7mFT

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RT @NickKristof: Signs of Neanderthals Mating With Humans - http://nyti.ms/9qzr0g

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markgr Wow! 30,000 blogs on IBM’s intranet. #jboye10

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markgr We need to get tough on governance. Too often governance is just trying to please everybody #jboye10

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markgr IMHO the website is not a project. Projects, by definition, have an end #jboye10

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Approaches to iterative discovery projects. Case study of faceted search for Comcast by @danforthmedia #jboye10 http://bit.ly/9XlEpS

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A Look Inside the Inner Workings of Microsoft: #jboye10 keynote. http://bit.ly/cYSzmp /via @cmswire @Social_Media_H:

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I usually cook dinner. Tonight, my 6yo insisted on picking her early lettuce and making a salad to welcome me home. “You can relax, Daddy.”

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Following along with the #jboye10 proceedings: http://bit.ly/bBU1Kp

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cmswire Find eGandalfs (active participants) and energize them => steps to a successful #CMS community - @twentworth12 #jboye10

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DesignerMaryAnn #jboye10 Dorothy Dangourth says “the answer of a confused mind is always ‘No!’

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Noted: Let us now praise metators (CMS Watch) http://bit.ly/9SlbcO

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Trends: Mobile data access more prevalent in regions where wired technology isn’t available. Real-time data analysis #jboye10 #webvisions

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Overheard from @trobbins: “I’d rather be ‘retro’ than ‘classic’.” #jboye10

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jboye Social Business-The Next Step in Social Media http://bit.ly/bTMIwZ How to Get it Done by @peterkim #jboye10

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@cmswire “Rich text editors that don’t do what we need them to do” What about advanced TinyMCE on WordPress? @sandhaus #jboye10

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JohnSharp “Mobile access to everything” as a web strategy for higher education #jboye10

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@markgr UBuffalo saved $100k a year by not publishing a paper course catalog, but saved money did not go to the Web services group #jboye10

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Governance: are the boundaries between marketing, IT, academics, transactions, etc. sustainable? Desirable? #jboye10

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What is the future mission of a successful university? Which will thrive? How will the physical and virtual experiences integrate? #jboye10

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@markgr: Mission: Understand the Business. Understand the user. Understand the medium(s). #jboye10

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@markgr: Different types of institutions (by Carnegie classification) have cultures as different as different industries. #jboye

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The wireless connection is so slow you can’t immediately check out topics mentioned by speakers. Help is on its way? #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Are you designed for social business? Metrics: are they owned or leased? daytum.com.” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Are you designed for social business? Organization: who should own social media? Who is responsible and accountable?” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Are you designed for social business? Listening landscape: what is being said about your brand? Mass and social?” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Are you designed for social business? Business goals: why do social stuff at all? When? Then, how?” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Measuring content for what matters: Attention. Authority. Engagement. Virality. Community health.” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “How can you measure for meaning? Diverse datasets. Analyze for meaning: fun, better, different, comfortable.” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Communication: Signal strength matters. Does communication flow freely? Open or closed? Bounded or porous?” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Communication: are you creating signal or noise? Communications as integral to work, not ‘for’ work.” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Policies and governance need social calibration. How will you govern a social business?” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Zappos is a US$900 million socially-calibrated culture. Tony’s new book: Open happiness.” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Culture: how much is your self-identity integrated with the institutional structure?” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Are you siloed or networked? Some of the best things that happen are skunkworks.” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Social business design. To whom are you connected and how? (Sometimes weak ties are meant to be weak ;) #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Social business design. Connections. Culture. Communication. Content.” #jboye10

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@peterkim: “Most ‘tradigital’ communications remain unidirectional.” One-to-all or one-to-many. “#jboye10

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@peterkim: “Social media takes us back to the participation economy that existed before the industrial revolution. #jboye10

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RT @mrichwalsky: At #jboye10, sitting at a table with @jaycollier, @markgr and @pierotintori.

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“Being greeked” = being led astray by inaccurate key performance indicators #jboye10

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Noted: The Simple Dollar » What Is an Education Really Worth? http://bit.ly/aTvkte

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@umbraco Sure hope we’re meeting at 7 at the Down Town Club. That’s where I’m headed first.

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@advinprogress I’m looking forward to using Scratch with my daughter http://scratch.mit.edu/

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Noted: The Evolution Of Life in 60 Seconds on Vimeo http://vimeo.com/4481383

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Noted: The James Martin 21st Century School - University of Oxford http://bit.ly/9Rbl1p

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Noted: Scratch - imagine, program, share http://scratch.mit.edu/

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On the way to #jboye10, but had to take a few minutes to ponder iterative design http://bit.ly/daTHFg http://bit.ly/2Vyzm

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Noted: Maine attraction: The midcoast (Financial Times) http://bit.ly/bSsy3r

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Noted: Community: The Art of Discourse (Hulu) http://bit.ly/9DoLbQ

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Noted: Vanguard: Pollution to Protest (Hulu) http://bit.ly/dfJGxV

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Noted: Education key to Brunswick Naval Air Station redevelopment (WCSH6.com | Portland, ME) http://bit.ly/9C6Qak

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Noted: Who will own the Splinternet? Apple vs Facebook vs Google (Josh Bernoff, Groundswell) http://bit.ly/a45aQ5

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