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  • SF Author Bruce Sterling, in an essay and new book Shaping Things, coins a new word: Spime - (n) an object that is plannable, findable, trackable, recyclable, uniquely identified that generates digital histories.

    February 2006

  • Don sez, Bruce Sterling gave a keynote at the UBICOMP 2006 conference in Orange County on 9/17/2006 titled either 'The Spime Meme Map' or 'UBICOMP: The majesty of the ideas and the lyricism of the language' depending on where you look for the title.

    Boing Boing: September 24, 2006 - September 30, 2006 Archives

  • 'Ah. Spime Minister, then surely she could grow a thicker skin and just get on with it.

    Boiling a frog

  • Spime Watch: Microsoft Tag - * It's a press release - but it's kinda dumb not to watch out for the doings of the Big Blue Monster.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Slide 15: CLASS ONE: FRAMEWORKS Stakeholder management Life cycle analysis Spime Some examples of what we're talking about

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  • Spime Watch: Microsoft Tag - * Why is there yet another entry in the too-crowded 2d barcode biz?

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Categories: Advertising · Bruce Sterling · Business & Economy · Business Models · Chinwag · Chinwag Live · Innovation · Mash Ups/Web Services · Media · Music · Social Media · Social Networks · Social Software · Spime · Web 2.0 · Widgets

    Micromedia futures or the emperor’s new clothes? « Innovation Cloud

  • Categories: Bruce Sterling · Culture · Digital identity · Digitization · Innovation · Networked Age · Open Source · P2P · SXSW · SXSW 2006 · SXSW 2007 · SXSW Interactive · SXSW Interactive 2007 · SXSWi · SXSWi 2006 · Semantic Web · Society · Spime · Tagging/Folksonomy · Technology and Software

    February « 2007 « Innovation Cloud

  • Minnesota Stories video-interviews Bruce Sterling who talks Spime.

    SF Tidbits for 3/24/06

  • Spime Watch: The Internet of Chinese Things - * Oh lordy.

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