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Voilà plusieurs semaines que la blogosphère s’affole au sujet du social commerce . En fait les pratiques de social commerce existent depuis de nombreuses années, mais plusieurs publications récentes ont intensifié les discussions. Il y a ainsi eu la publication par Altimeter de Pioneers on the Move: Rise of Social Commerce , ainsi que le livre Social Commerce par Julien Chaumond.
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Tim O’Reilly’s Four Cylinder Innovation Engine O’Reilly Media, is famous for is producing “missing manuals” for new technologies, but thinking of O’Reilly as just a publisher of books would be like saying Facebook is just a website (this came up in the discussion at Media Round Table at Web 2.0 Expo, NY, 2010) . In recent weeks, I managed to catch Tim O’Reilly at several events, Maker Faire , Web 2.0 Expo , Hadoop World , and the free webcast Tim did with John Battelle on The Battle for the Internet Economy (although Tim spoke several other times during this period!). It occurred to me, as I immersed myself in the depth and breadth of innovation showcased and discussed at these events that Tim O’Reilly, and the O’Reilly team, are creating The Missing Manual for the Future . As Tim puts it, we are “changing the world by spreading the knowledge of innovators.” Tim uses a quote from William Gibson to illuminate what is at the heart of the O’Reilly project :
This article is updated. If you are reading this in 2011, please see the new how to build a perfect Facebook page article . This is a guest post by Jesse Stay , founder and CEO of SocialToo.com and all around great Facebook Fan Page coder. He’s volunteered to give away a copy of his recent book, FBML Essentials , to two readers. Scroll down to the end of the post for details on how to win.
Summer is coming to an end. I had some good times off, disconnected with lots of reading, biking, and hanging around. Also the best way to let new ideas emerge.