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March 15, 2011

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Mike Walsh

It was great to run into you Rachel - let's stay in touch!

Rhappe

Mike - It was great to catch up... sounds like you've got your fingers in a lot of great pots!

Encoreungeek

Pretty interesting article. I agree that the key for a Serendipity engine is being able to help users reduce their information overload, not to just add another layer of complexity. For this, we need a maximum of information about the users, to be able to determine their context and interets, and also, an automatic network, allowing people to "meet" without requiring any interaction!

I wrote about this on faveeo.com's blog, I thought you might find it interesting! http://faveeo.com/disrupting-social-web-removing-explicit-interactions-enabling-machine-assisted-curation

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