Tag Archives: Boundary Object

Business Models. More Fun in The Philippines

I am starting a new series, inspired by the country that’s currently my home, since early October and for many more months to come. I’ve been seduced by the latest advertising campaign promoting the country lately, and by the big … Continue reading

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Apple sharing DiCoDE – Future vision on The Connected Fridge

MacBrains‘ David Borel spotted a very interesting patent from Apple a few days ago: using kitchen surfaces (and Surface is the word;o) for displaying contextual information to the kitchen user. In fact, this is exactly the example I use for … Continue reading

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Microsoft Playing the Boundary Object Game Elegantly

Boundary Object concept is very interesting on technology-driven sectors. And it’s the case for the ones covered by DiCoDE. Writing the first 2 chapters of the book, I highlight the key role of technology in human history and economy, thus … Continue reading

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What Alcohol’s Socialization History teaches me…

Just saw a very interesting documentary (with great intro and outro music by Fluke and┬áMoby;o) on TV5Monde. The intro is about alcohol socialization process. During industrialization period, triggered by industrial production of alcohol, upper class had to establish rules towards … Continue reading

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