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03 July 2013 ~ 0 Comments

New Venture: Resonant Clicks

I recently started a consulting company with a focus on using data and conversion optimization to improve the performance of the online portion of businesses. I have started writing about Analytics, Conversion Rate Optimization and Funnel Analysis at resonantclicks.com. Check it out and let me know what you would like to learn more about: tom@resonantclicks.com.

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07 October 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Wow! A new post and design at co>innovative!

co>innovative has been lying dormant for far too long, I realize. My intent was never to write all the time but to create more substantive posts and articles every once in a while in order to think through and consider the goings on around the topics of crowdsourcing, lead users, outside innovation, and customer co-design. […]

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27 June 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Roundup: Random goings on in the world of crowdsourcing and outside innovation

Taking a break from the multi-part series, I thought I would cover a bunch of interesting goings on in the areas of crowdsourcing, lead users, and outside innovation.  Read and enjoy. Eric von Hippel speaks at MIT about Lead Users (Video: Part 1 and Part 2): Lead users in certain segments are working together to […]

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31 May 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Just got back from South America…

… so this time I have an excuse for not posting for weeks on end.  And now I’m in New York starting my internship at FiLife, a joint venture between Dow Jones and IAC.  More fabulous co>innovative type content soon.

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11 March 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Odds and ends: Laser Cut Cake and more

How to Laser cut a cake Ronen Kadushin offers up some Open Designs. Why not download a CAD of a design you like, upload it to Ponoko, and get the parts shipped to you — at a now-reduced price? To follow on to my last post: A great list of Open Innovation projects and another […]

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23 December 2007 ~ 0 Comments

Which large companies are successfully participating in social computing?

My former co-workers at Forrester, Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff have completed a book called

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23 November 2007 ~ 0 Comments

How Mophie got help from users in designing new iPod accessories

These guys have done some amazing iPod accessory design work. Mophie (now owned by mStation) also put into practice a concept I have been noodling over for a while now: involving end users in an interative design and voting process to produce innovative, niche products. They first rolled out an early form of what they call their Illuminator process at Macworld 2007.

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19 June 2007 ~ 0 Comments

On a few week hiatus…

I’ll be traveling for the next few weeks, so don’t expect any brilliance until July.

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