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» Technology traps corporates and nonprofits alike from ICTlogy
David Wilcox writes about "the technology trap - believing new stuff can fix old problems". As he says, "I'm not claiming this offers any great new insight, but it's always interesting when something developed in one situation fits an... [Read More]

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» The technology trap from Headshift
Dave Wilcox applies the technology trap - believing new stuff can fix old problems - to blogs. [Read More]

» Looking at the Technology Trap from Network-Centric Advocacy
Here is a great look at the problems that seem to be plaguing the campaign and nonprofit advocacy groups playing around with old strategies and new technology. The site of David Wilcox, Drew Mackie and Terry Grunwald is really [Read More]

» Technology trap from Big Blog Company
A very interesting 'matrix' for understading the issues associated with introducing innovation based on technology. Dave Wilcox has developed a framework for clarifying the challenges and explains: The point of it is that you need to deal with cultural... [Read More]

» BlogWalk Chicago this weekend from Knowledge Jolt with Jack
BlogWalk Chicago is happening this Saturday (22nd Jan 2005).  The furthest-away visitor, Lilia Efimova, is already here and will be visiting with Denham and some others in Indiana during the week.  Given the weather forecast, our "walk" will ... [Read More]

» BlogWalk Chicago this weekend from Knowledge Jolt with Jack
BlogWalk Chicago is happening this Saturday (22nd Jan 2005).  The furthest-away visitor, Lilia Efimova, is already here and will be visiting with Denham and some others in Indiana during the week.  Given the weather forecast, our "walk" will ... [Read More]

» BlogWalk Chicago this weekend from Knowledge Jolt with Jack
Looking forward to the upcoming BlogWalk in Chicago by looking back at BlogWalk 4, which talked about similar topics. Also, some thoughts on what I'd like to see. [Read More]

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Looking forward to the upcoming BlogWalk in Chicago by looking back at BlogWalk 4, which talked about similar topics. Also, some thoughts on what I'd like to see. [Read More]

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I was listening to an interview with Svali on YouTube regarding the illuminati and a caller named Dave Wilcox asked a couple questions. I was wondering if you were that same Dave Wilcox and if so, can you please contact me at [email protected] because I feel we might be connected.

-Matt Wilcox

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