Decide it's time for me to build a WikiGraph service of my own. Like MetaWiki (for Twin Pages in Sister Sites), except (more)

This is the publicly-readable WikiLog Thinking Space of Bill Seitz (a Product Manager and CTO) (also a Wiki-Junkie). (more)

Bottleneck literally refers to the top narrow part of a bottle. In engineering, it refers to a phenomenon where the performance or capacity of an entire system is limited by a single or small number of components or resources. (more)

statement of philosophy behind a group, Movement, product, business, individual, etc. (more)

People/area. (more)

happily ex-JaVa geek, now Python/SmallTalk geek (more) is a project operated by the TampaBayTimes, in which reporters and editors from the Times and affiliated media outlets "Fact-Check statements by members of Congress, the White House, lobbyists and interest groups" (Journalism).[2] They publish original statements and their evaluations on the website, and assign each a "Truth-O-Meter" rating. The ratings range from "True" for completely accurate statements to "Pants on Fire" (from the taunt "Liar, liar, pants on fire") for false and ridiculous claims.[3] The site also includes an "Obameter", tracking President Barack Obama's performance with regard to his campaign promises, and a "GOP Pledge-O-Meter", which tracks promises made by House Republicans in their "PledgeToAmerica".'s local affiliates keep similar track of statements and figures of regional relevance, as evidenced by Politifact Tennessee's "Haslam-O-Meter" tracking Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam's efforts[4] and Wisconsin's "Walk-O-Meter" tracking Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's efforts.[5] Politifact has been both praised and criticized by independent observers, conservatives and liberals alike. Conservative bias and liberal bias have been alleged, and criticisms have been made of attempts to fact-check statements that cannot be truly "fact-checked". (more)

Fact checking is the act of checking factual assertions in non-fictional text in order to determine the veracity and correctness of the factual statements in the text. This may be done either before (ante hoc) or after (post hoc) the text has been published or otherwise disseminated. (more)

Mike Caulfield: HowNews Literacy” Gets the Web Wrong (more)

Jay Rosen looks at the history of Business Model-s for News (Journalism). We don't know how the general public that is supposed to have informed opinions will in the future try to inform itself. What we do know is that rich and powerful people will always find the means. Includes links to some good Clay Shirky and Jeff Jarvis bits.

Clay Shirky finally responds re z2003-08-05-EchoWikiBacklash - "Things seem unfocused." This is, I think, the real and core issue - the Echo Standards Wiki isn't wiki-patterned enough... As a result, many of the pages looks like a crappy BBS instead of a good wiki, and pages multiplied without being folded together.

In honor of Dave Winer (c2000) NYC visit, some notes on my history with Userland Frontier... (more)

Creator of UserLand's Userland Frontier (released 1989). See Medscape And Frontier. (more)

Rob Walling started to notice a pattern emerging among the pool of bootstrappers (BootStrapping) who were able to successfully replace their income, buy back their time, and quit their jobs... I call it The Stairstep Approach... (more)

having a DayJob (more)

Enrico Moretti's new book is The NewGeographyOfJobs ISBN:0547750110 (more)

Jon Udell interviews MAPICS CEO Dick Cook on the Jobless Recovery, Off Shoring, China and India. Dick’s a pragmatic guy who outsources to India, and likely will outsource to China too, because he thinks doing otherwise would be noncompetitive. He’s not deaf to the siren song of protectionism, but would rather focus on ways to stimulate American innovation and competitiveness, and he’s compiled a list of strategies: Do more to foster math, science, and technical education. “Other countries are catching up in terms of education and skill, and we all want to ignore that,” Cook says. Make it easier for foreign nationals who earn advanced technical degrees in the United States to live and work here. “There should be a fast track to a green card, so we keep more of those highly educated people in the country,” he explains. (more)


This is the publicly-readable WikiLog Thinking Space of Bill Seitz (a Product Manager and CTO) (also a Wiki-Junkie).

My Calling: to accelerate Evolution by increasing Freedom, Agency, and Leverage of Free Agents and smaller groups (SmallWorld) via D And D of Thinking Tools (software and Games To Play).

See Intro Page for space-related goals, status, etc.; or Wiki Node for more terse summary info.

Beware the War On The Net!


Seeking: Chief Product Officer-type position in funded organization with entrepreneurial culture, in a coastal city. My value: accelerating business-changing product development.