The Mine! project is about equipping people with tools and functionality to enable them:
• take charge of their data (content, relationships, transactions, knowledge)
• arrange (analyse, manipulate, combine, mash-up) it according to their needs and preferences and
• share it on their own terms
• whilst connected and networked on the web.
We’ve had a lot of conferences recently, and two of them yielded videos! We’re hosting them on YouTube nowadays, so they tend to come in 10-minute chapters, hopefully that won’t interfere with the message too much. First was BarCamp Antwerp, with Mathias Baert presenting in Flemish/Dutch an introduction to the Mine and Pymine: Second was Alec [...] […]
Well, it’s been ages. Too long, really, and I apologise. A lot has been going on with The Mine Project, notably Pymine development – the core codebase is being refactored and (I hate to put it like this) is almost back to the state of functionality where it was in December — however it’s [...] […]
Whenever people ask me: And how are you going to drive adoption of Mine!? My answer is: by not driving it… but by tapping into the kind of things people already do and are used to doing more and more. So a conclusion from a McKinsey article by Scott Griffith, CEO of Zipcar, describing how [...] […]