Agility is in Gartner’s strategy radar: “an agility-oriented, bifurcated strategy–one reliant on top-down control and management, the other dependent on bottom-up, free-market style selection–will ultimately let IT organizations play to their strengths while affording their enterprises maximum opportunity as well”.
See Gartner: Prepare for consumer-led IT
With technology such as rule engines getting more pupular, agility is becoming more tangible.
Also see a recent book: The Business Rule Revolution
Posted in IT, RSS, Rules, Web
Came to know The Mister Tipster RSS Display from MicroPeruasion.
Steve, are you going to buy one? 🙂
Bloggers such as Mike Arrington is gainning more and more influence with the case like “On Friday morning TechCrunch broke the Google/You Tube story which was subsequently picked up by the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, as well as others. ”
Actually, http://www.bloginfluence.net calculates influence numbers. Following is a list for top Web2.0 blogs:
http://www.techcrunch.com : 632294
http://www.readwriteweb.com/ : 200651
http://www.micropersuasion.com/ : 474019
http://www.scripting.com/ : 1558800
http://avc.blogs.com/ : 99341
I thought RSS Specification is frozen, or ATOM is RSS’s next version. But that’s not the case: Proposal: Revise the RSS 2.0 Specification
I wish there will be a key words tag in the new RSS spec.
Posted in Atom, Feeds, RSS