My Google alerts just introduced me to a new collaborative decision making tool called Hyperarchy Social, by Nathan Sobo of Pivotal Labs. The tool invites users to pose a question and offer multiple answer options. Where it gets good is in the ranking interface (drag and drop, which is fun) and in the ability for anyone add an answer option.
Acknowledge your personal Internet heroes (United Kingdom-based) by nominating them for a new award, by April 15. The University of Oxford’s Internet Institute (OII) is launching these awards on its tenth anniversary to publicly recognise some of the individuals and organisations that have played a pivotal role in shaping today’s Internet. Public nominations are being invited for journalists, politicians, non-profits and public institutions, with a glaring omission of a category for technological contributors.