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Micro Economies of Attention

December 14th, 2008 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Oscar Berg just alerted me to a nice post on the Connectbeam Social Computing Blog about “Micro Economies of Attention” that, in turn, discusses a work by researchers in¬†Hewlett Packard’s Social Computing Lab¬†evaluating the motivations of employees to participate in organizations’ social software applications.

I’ve been preparing a series of posts about the macroeconomics of information and attention, so these subjects are top of mind. This article addresses the complementary microeconomic side of the discussion.

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