Monthly Archives: April 2010

Proper Location for Software Work

From now on I will use the Software Development subdomain to post complaints and reviews about the available social technology software, including WordPress and the various Content Management Systems aimed at managing web content. This blog is for the parent … Continue reading

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Comprehensive Software to be Developed

As has been said for web pages, blogs and even Facebook pages, the three things that matter are, you guessed it, content, content, content. That is the content itself, not the way in which it is presented. So all my … Continue reading

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Internal Link Mess

Did I say Drupal? Hmm. Maybe I was a bit too hasty. Correct me if I am wrong, but this famous CMS seems crippled – there is no good way of inserting internal links. Compared to wiki software, which does … Continue reading

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Let’s Write Some Software

Enough talk. Let’s do something. Alright, some talk, I am allowing myself one blog post a day. But it is time to do some serious development work. Do what? Well, some new very hi-tech social technology software is needed. Let’s … Continue reading

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AddCanC and FilterCandC

In the absence of really good social tools, we have access to a growing number of tools which are aimed at social networking. These tools are all for adding contacts and content. Let me coin a neologism here: AddCandC, as … Continue reading

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Signal to Noise Ratio in Social Networking

Briefer posts. This WordPress blog is social technology, but like so many of our current tools is not very effective and probably harmful. I have spent much of the day adding and configuring plugins to make it more effective, but … Continue reading

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Ideally you and I should each be connected with a small number of people who in some way should be communicating or working with us. I have a lot to say but only a few want to listen to me. I am willing to listen, but not to everything. I need help with some things, can offer help with others. Taken together these criteria should cut down the number of people I should communicate with to a manageable number. Actually finding those people is an impossible problem with the social tools we have at the moment. If seriously trying to find the people we need, we are almost always “infected” with a lot of unwanted or at least inappropriate social contacts. Continue reading

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Hi-Tech Social Tech versus Delphi Method

As I wrote yesterday, I began my work in social technology with an interest in matching problems, using hi-tech methods to find each person a suitable job and compatible spouse. But social technology as a discipline has its roots in … Continue reading

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new blog material

I created this blog quite a while ago, but have badly neglected it, for many reasons. Instead of writing text to post here or on my web pages I have been writing fiction. I should explain that my web site … Continue reading

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