Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

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January 19th, 2011

Turn any page into a wireframe. Interesting for teaching clients about screen real estate - http://t.co/MfdQHyr

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@bennc I’d start by asking: if the pathway seems clear, what are the roadblocks? Can they be cleared? Or, must we go around? #hewebgov

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RT @kyledbowen Advancing research, teaching, and learning through [online] innovation. #hewebgov [JFC: Yes, that’s our real profession.]

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@bennc That is important. I was referencing opaque processes. Yours’ are clear and still priorities are not set. What to do then? #hewebgov

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I also grateful to Tweet Nest http://j.mp/aFgJjm for helping me save this valuable stream of discussions! http://j.mp/bNFXJt

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@bcrisler Yes. Besides, accessibility should be a guiding principle at many levels, not only for avoiding risk. That’s too late ;) #hewebgov

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I love Twitter lists + Formulists. It would be impossible to sift the stream without this categorization. Now: more than 20 lists please.

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@kyledbowen Core missions need to evolve and integrate the online ecosystem *more* than in the past, when Web was PR or add-on. #hewebgov

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@gravelpot Yes, but that does happen. Not many blacksmiths or town criers are needed in 2011. Question is: how to stay ahead. #hewebgov

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@bennc If governance is more clarity of current processes (rather than externally-imposed structure) would that reduce skepticism? #hewebgov

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@kyledbowen To me, an initiative is strategic if it explicitly supports a measurable medium- to long-term goal of the institution. #hewebgov

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RT @gravelpot Web dev. may be outsourced, but not the role of integrating online experience with institutional goals. http://bit.ly/gfNgMt

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@kyledbowen Perhaps if governance structures were effective, we’d be further evolved. #StrategicAgility RE: #hewebgov http://is.gd/mUztAq

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RT @bcrisler Most successful corporations are willing to entertain ideas that would kill current models. #E10_SESS005 #hewebgov

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@gravelpot Yes. In order to advance, an old worldview/structure needs to replaced. Creative destruction? http://j.mp/dMY0p6 #hewebgov

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@gravelpot Governance is at the heart of “retrenchment and survival” though, isn’t it? Who has authority? How are decisions made? #hewebgov

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Recent update of Idealware’s comparison of open-source CMSs: WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and Plone http://t.co/rZJxI9T #wordpress #heweb

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@kyledbowen How about thinking of good governance as simplification, clarity, and improved success? @markgr #StrategicAgility #hewebgov

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@bradpopiolek @gravelpot Wouldn’t streamlining governance and management processes actually be helpful during budget cuts? #hewebgov

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@markgr Have you come across any success stories yet? #hewebgov

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