Commenting further on ROI and Social Computing – Part I

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  1. I just put up a post that may be a component of ROI 2.0. The gist of it is that transaction cost, the incremental cost of getting the next relevant piece of information, is dropping rapidly as social computing tools (or informal learning) increase in use. If we can get more AND better information, using social computing as opposed to not using it, for the same cost, we can make better decisions.

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