Over on his blog, my mate Kent has started a game of listeners poker. He explains it like this:
[It’s like] Liar’s Poker, but with sound. Somebody pick something good, and others try to top it. We’re talking playing, and musicianship. Not just some studio-created and network-marketed nonsense. Music. Reeeeeel music.
Well, I’m game. And seeing as he started with an instrumental I’ll continue that theme, and raise him a Bruce Cockburn…
Got some music you think is good?
This list also includes policies called; Staff blogging policies, enterprise social network guidelines, Employee Blogging Policies, Staff engagement in online communities, and so on.
When the Review of the National Innovation System was released last month we thought it was worth talking about on our podcast. So Myself, Mike and Laurel hooked up, to be joined during the show by Kristin.
I had created a aggregated feed around the topic using Yahoo Pipes and pimped it on Twitter and through our blogs. During the podcast we talked about the desire to extend the conversation around the Review. Right there and then we found the domain ventureaustralia.com.au was available and Laurel snapped it up for us to do something on.
A big focused was on the report being released initially locked down in PDF format. We tossed around the idea of setting up a site and posting each part of the Review in it. Since then it’s now been unlocked and released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license. Which is good to see.
I tossed around ideas of how to make better use of the aggregated pipe feed at the new domain. I contemplated turning every feed article into a blog post at the site, but in a sense that would just be centralising the debate. So I hit on the idea to parse the pipe through something that simpified the pipes layout, bought it under the venturousaustralia.com.au domain and added ability to promote sharing. A kludged Simplepie implementation was what I stumbled on.
See the results at http://venturousaustralia.com.au
How I watched the Apple “Lets Rock” event at 2.30AM laying in bed.
*techcrunch using scribblelive
*engadget with “refresh every” extension enabled
*irc from #twitlive with user relay
After chasing all the places Mark Pesce chooses to write his missives, a tweet sent by @stilgherrian this morning asking Mark if he had a feed which gathers his writings from all the places it’s thrown spurred me on to creating one.
So this evening I threw together a yahoo pipe of Mark’s feeds.
Mark posts : http://blipvert.markpesce.com/?p=21