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The HealthCare.gov fiasco is a timely case study in how "big" is a liability in today's age of radical connectivity. Big institutions - a giant federal bureaucracy, huge technology contractors, and a bloated government procurement process - spent over $500,000,000 creating a glorified webform -- and failed. But these big organizations never stood a chance, and smaller, more agile, and nimbler firms and processes could have mitigated these risks which now threaten the President's legacy.
It was in late April 2003 that I packed my car and left Queens, New York to join Howard Dean’s presidential campaign. Today I’m repeating the drive, this time from Boston, headed back up to Burlington, Vermont to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Howard Dean’s run for president.
Recently, I had to re-create my Twitter account and decided to let all of my Facebook friends know about it. So, I went ahead and posted a status update to Facebook hoping that most of my friends and connections would hear the news to re-follow me.
I’m new around here. In fact, this is my first blog post as a Ditto. I’m not only new to EchoDitto, I’m pretty new to the whole tech world. But in my short time here, I’ve found it’s the perfect place to be in this position.
Two weeks ago, the gaming firm ArenaNet launched one of the most highly-anticipated video game titles in years, Guild Wars 2.
It’s early. I’m no stranger to it; I’m an early riser these days. But I’m especially tired today…..didn’t sleep well the night before in anticipation
Well over two years ago I canceled cable TV... and the Red Sox have been in a slump ever since. If you’re a “real” Boston fan, you’re probably blaming me right now.
The Social Web was born from the ability to transform Internet users from passive "browsers" of content to an audience that is engaged and interacts w