Micro Economies of Attention

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.

By Daniel Tunkelang

High-Class Consultant.