[Air-l] Re: innovation and its history

Jonathan Robin jonathanrobin at messagerie.net
Thu Jul 22 09:11:39 PDT 2004


FYI The European Commission is planning a two day meeting Sept 14th/15th
on Innovation and emerging technology convergencies ... no url as yet to
my knowledge ... but it should be interesting to follow

Best regards Jonathan 

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>   1. innovation and its history (Thomas N.Burg)
>   2. Re: innovation and its history (elijah wright)
>   3. Re: innovation and its history (gjacobs1 at rochester.rr.com)
>   4. Re: innovation and its history (jeremy hunsinger)
>   5. Re: innovation and its history (Ben Anderson)
>   6. Re: innovation and its history (Karim R. Lakhani)
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>Message: 1
>Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 21:32:36 +0200
>From: Thomas N.Burg <editor at randgaenge.net>
>Subject: [Air-l] innovation and its history
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>> Hi,
>>
>> I'm in the midst of starting a paper on the history of innovation. I'm 
>> interested how new technologies are accepted, incorporated, rejected, 
>> or killed and how they are agents of transformation (I'm aware of the 
>> work of Elizabeth Eisenstein) - basically I will do research on the 
>> language and the concepts that are used/created. I'm especially 
>> interested in internet technologies and webpublishing technologies 
>> (... social software).
>>
>> Now I wonder if you could point me to some relevant literature on that 
>> topic that could help me to jumpstart into my research.
>>
>> Thanks for your help
>>
>> Thomas
>>
>> -----------------------------------------
>> Thomas N. Burg
>> Center for New Media
>> Danube University Krems
>> http://randgaenge.net
>> http://wiki.randgaenge.net
>> http://blogtalk.net
>> http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/znm
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>Message: 2
>Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 14:55:06 -0500 (CDT)
>From: elijah wright <elw at stderr.org>
>Subject: Re: [Air-l] innovation and its history
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>Hi Thomas,
>
>Check out Everett Rogers' "Diffusion of Innovations" - his work is
>canonical for work in this area.  Even those who disagree with his
>thinking cite it... :)
>
>--elijah
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>> From: Thomas N.Burg <editor at randgaenge.net>
>>
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > I'm in the midst of starting a paper on the history of innovation. I'm
>> > interested how new technologies are accepted, incorporated, rejected,
>> > or killed and how they are agents of transformation (I'm aware of the
>> > work of Elizabeth Eisenstein) - basically I will do research on the
>> > language and the concepts that are used/created. I'm especially
>> > interested in internet technologies and webpublishing technologies
>> > (... social software).
>> >
>> > Now I wonder if you could point me to some relevant literature on that
>> > topic that could help me to jumpstart into my research.
>> >
>> > Thanks for your help
>> >
>> > Thomas
>> >
>> > -----------------------------------------
>> > Thomas N. Burg
>> > Center for New Media
>> > Danube University Krems
>> > http://randgaenge.net
>> > http://wiki.randgaenge.net
>> > http://blogtalk.net
>> > http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/znm
>
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>Message: 3
>Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 15:57:44 -0400
>From: gjacobs1 at rochester.rr.com
>Subject: Re: [Air-l] innovation and its history
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>I would recommend the work of Bruno Latour, Michael Callon, John Law, and
>the other actor network folk.
>
>Gloria E. Jacobs
>Doctoral Candidate
>University of Rochester
>Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development
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>Message: 4
>Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 18:06:49 -0400
>From: jeremy hunsinger <jhuns at vt.edu>
>Subject: Re: [Air-l] innovation and its history
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>there is a pretty good book entitled 'the political economy of 
>innovation'  that introduces some of the normal literature in 
>innovation studies.
>On Jul 21, 2004, at 3:57 PM, gjacobs1 at rochester.rr.com wrote:
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>> I would recommend the work of Bruno Latour, Michael Callon, John Law, 
>> and the other actor network folk.
>>
>> Gloria E. Jacobs
>> Doctoral Candidate
>> University of Rochester
>> Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development
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>Message: 5
>Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2004 10:30:58 +0100
>From: Ben Anderson <benander at essex.ac.uk>
>Subject: Re: [Air-l] innovation and its history
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>try Clayton Christensen disruptive innovation stuff and also there's a 
>good book edited by John Seely Brown - Insights on Innovation.
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>you might want to rummage through here too: 
>http://les1.man.ac.uk/cric/welcome.htm
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>On 21 Jul 2004, at 20:32, Thomas N.Burg wrote:
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>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I'm in the midst of starting a paper on the history of innovation. 
>>> I'm interested how new technologies are accepted, incorporated, 
>>> rejected, or killed and how they are agents of
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>Message: 6
>Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2004 08:55:13 -0400
>From: "Karim R. Lakhani" <lakhani at MIT.EDU>
>Subject: Re: [Air-l] innovation and its history
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>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> I'm in the midst of starting a paper on the history of innovation. 
>>>> I'm interested how new technologies are accepted, incorporated, 
>>>> rejected, or killed and how they are agents of
>> 
>
>Also check out Eric von Hippel's "Source of Innovation" - Oxford
>University Press - he discusses the front-end of the innovation process -
>where innovations are actually developed.
>
>K
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