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Tailored Content, Laziness and Self-directed Teams

May 4, 2011

I’ve been challenged in thinking about how human laziness influences self-directed teams.

This morning I stumbled on this talk by Eli Pariser about the affects of  “tailored content.” “Tailored content” means content on the web is algorithmically filtered and, so, “tailored” for you according to your behavior, according to what you click on. In practice, this can mean you don’t get to see links that might challenge you and might not be in accordance with your usual patterns. (more…)