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You can learn more about meshforum here.

and see more photos here.

For all you DIY-ers out there, here's a simple lifehack -- just print this out and crop to 3x5 and you'll have your very own index card!

 

This is the grunge version of the popular "Blank index card!"

This is a picture from the XPLANE visual thinking workshop at Meshforum 2006.

 

You can learn more about meshforum here.

and see more photos here.

Day three of meshforum employed the open space format and was held in the offices of adaptive path and www.rubyredlabs.com/.

and see more photos here.

This is a sketch of Anil Dash talking about blogging.

 

Some sketch-notes I took at the Meshforum conference in San Francisco. Please apply notes and tags liberally. Comments too!

 

I heart metadata!

You can learn more about meshforum here.

and see more photos here.

You can learn more about meshforum here.

and see more photos here.

This is the wall chart from a session Dave Davison convened at meshforum. I have added some notes. Can anyone else who was there help me flesh it out?

 

Day three of meshforum employed the open space format and was held in the offices of adaptive path and www.rubyredlabs.com/.

and see more photos here.

The economy is changing. The environment is changing. The ways that we communicate and interact are changing. It feels like everything is in flux -- there is a monumental shift in the air.

 

I can sense it. Can you sense it too?

 

There is a huge gap between we measure the value of a company and the way the market values it. New models of work are emerging -- the idea of a company as an individual entity is evolving into the idea of a company as an ecosystem.

 

Would Dell be Dell without its sophisticated network of global suppliers and information systems? Would Wal-Mart be Wal-Mart?

 

And it goes without saying that companies like Google, eBay and Yahoo are emerging into dominance by finding new ways of defining and creating value.

 

More than 20 years ago, management visionary Peter Drucker wrote, "The economy is forever going to change and is biological rather than mechanistic in nature."

 

And yet there is still so much we don't know and have no way to measure.

 

Yi-Tan means conversations about change. On Monday, May 14th (that's tomorrow for those of you who are reading this on Sunday, or today if you're reading this on Monday), I will join Jerry Michalski on his weekly Yi-Tan call to discuss how visual thinking is changing the way interact and communicate.

 

The topic: how to build shared visual meaning inside a company. We'll discuss:

 

-- When is visualization especially useful? How is it changing org charts and other common tools?

-- How do you engage work groups in visualization work?

-- How might we create better shared visual memory? Better visual contexts we can return to over and over?

 

This is the second call in a series on shared visual meaning. The first one was a group dialogue and I was one of the guests on that one too. You can listen to that call as a podcast here.

 

We will use a free Web document-sharing service that includes chat capabilities.

 

At the start of the Yi-Tan call, please head to Vyew and join meeting number 568542. If you'd like to practice with it first, join us in that meeting a half hour before the call starts. Jerry and I will both be there.

 

Date: Monday, May 15, 2006

Time: 10:30 PDT, 1:30 EDT

Primary Dial-in Number: 1-800-615-2900 (Toll Free in USA and Canada), or 1-661-705-2005 (for callers outside the USA and Canada)

Participant Access Code: 778778

 

Wiki goodness at www.yi-tan.com

These are my notes/sketches from Meshforum 2006 in San Francisco. Please add notes, tags and comments liberally. Thanks in advance for your metadata!

Day three of meshforum employed the open space format and was held in the offices of adaptive path and www.rubyredlabs.com/.

and see more photos here.

Visualization has the power to reaveal things that are hidden and generate new insights.

 

Theyrule is a perfect example. It allows you to visually map the kieretsu-like relationships between board members of major publicly-traded companies.

 

I used theyrule to make the map above, which shows how the boards of Microsoft and Xerox are connected via General Electric.

 

The data was collected from company websites and SEC filings in early 2004, so it may not be completely accurate - companies merge and disappear and directors shift boards.

 

Explore.

 

Some sketch-notes I took at the Meshforum conference in San Francisco. Please apply notes and tags liberally. Comments too!

 

I heart metadata!

Day three of meshforum employed the open space format and was held in the offices of adaptive path and www.rubyredlabs.com/.

and see more photos here.

Passing out the nodes for the workshop - a great experience.

This is part of the XPLANE visual thinking workshop at Meshforum 2006.

 

You can learn more about meshforum here.

and see more photos here.

Some sketch-notes I took at the Meshforum conference in San Francisco. Please apply notes and tags liberally. Comments too!

 

I heart metadata!

Day three of meshforum employed the open space format and was held in the offices of adaptive path and www.rubyredlabs.com/.

and see more photos here.

Day three of meshforum employed the open space format and was held in the offices of adaptive path and www.rubyredlabs.com/.

and see more photos here.

Index-card notes from Meshforum 2006. Please add notes and tags freely!

Day three of meshforum employed the open space format and was held in the offices of adaptive path and www.rubyredlabs.com/.

and see more photos here.

These are my notes from Meshforum, taken on index cards. Please add notes and tags liberally, especially if you were there or can augment the ideas in any way, like point to a book or related url. Thanks!

Robert Scoble and Shel Israel of Naked Conversations.

This is a picture from the XPLANE visual thinking workshop at Meshforum 2006.

 

You can learn more about meshforum here.

and see more photos here.

Index-card notes from Meshforum 2006. Please add notes and tags freely!

Their name is on the window. It's quite subtle; I missed it the first time I walked by. But maybe that's the point: understated. If you know it's there you'll find it.

 

Day three of meshforum employed the open space format and was held in the offices of adaptive path and Rubyredlabs.

 

You can learn more about meshforum here.

and see more photos here.

Some sketch-notes I took at the Meshforum conference in San Francisco. Please apply notes and tags liberally. Comments too!

 

I heart metadata!

Michael Herman demonstrates the idea of an unsupportive structure. I guess in this case maybe that's the same thing as no structure :)

(I added "merlin xplanes" myself)

You can learn more about meshforum here.

and see more photos here.

Working on some conventions for diagramming group dynamics

Michael Herman in a quiet moment

Day three of meshforum employed the open space format and was held in the offices of adaptive path and www.rubyredlabs.com/.

and see more photos here.

Index-card notes from Meshforum 2006. Please add notes and tags freely!

Index-card notes from Meshforum 2006. Please add notes and tags freely!

Day three of meshforum employed the open space format and was held in the offices of adaptive path and www.rubyredlabs.com/.

and see more photos here.

Michael Herman shared with me the four principles of open space technology:

 

Appreciating

Inviting

Supporting

Making

These are my notes from Meshforum, taken on index cards. Please add notes and tags liberally, especially if you were there or can augment the ideas in any way, like point to a book or related url. Thanks!

These are my notes/sketches from Meshforum 2006 in San Francisco. Please add notes, tags and comments liberally. Thanks in advance for your metadata!

Day three of meshforum employed the open space format and was held in the offices of adaptive path and www.rubyredlabs.com/.

and see more photos here.

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