Comments on: Social Software Sundays #2 – The Evaporative Cooling Effect http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207 Official company blog for Bumblebee Labs Wed, 29 Nov 2017 05:23:46 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.8 By: How to build and maintain communities - @visakanv's blog http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207&cpage=2#comment-10832 Mon, 13 Jun 2016 14:31:04 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207#comment-10832 […] Read about the evaporative-cooling effect. […]

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By: I’m 28, I just quit my tech job, and I never want another job again | RobyScar - innovations and visions for SME http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207&cpage=2#comment-10792 Sun, 29 Nov 2015 17:13:09 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207#comment-10792 […] critical mass of engineers, the people I knew and respected began to drift apart. The hacker types evaporated away to other jobs, often for startuppier companies. Many of them had been the backbone of our […]

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By: dredmorbius comments on “How Not to Sort by Average Rating (2009)” | Exploding Ads http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207&cpage=2#comment-10770 Thu, 09 Jul 2015 20:18:35 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207#comment-10770 […] And there are other problems. Limiting individuals to a single vote (or negating the negative effects of vote gaming) is key. Watching the watchmen. Regression toward mean intelligence / content. The “evaporative cooling” effect (http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/social-software-sundays-2-the-…). […]

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By: I’m 28, I just quit my tech job, and I never want another job again | Tech Bit http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207&cpage=2#comment-10768 Wed, 01 Jul 2015 02:51:14 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207#comment-10768 […] critical mass of engineers, a people we knew and reputable began to deposit apart. The hacker forms evaporated divided to other jobs, mostly for startuppier companies. Many of them had been a fortitude of a […]

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By: Guest Post: Digital Publishing – Communities | Medical Heritage Library http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207&cpage=2#comment-10728 Wed, 28 Jan 2015 13:21:53 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207#comment-10728 […] active and engaged on Twitter have begun withdrawing. Perhaps the drop-off is part of an inevitable evaporative social cooling effect. Perhaps at some point, Twitter’s bigness crossed a threshold into too-big. Whatever the causes, […]

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By: Communities – Planned Obsolescence http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207&cpage=2#comment-10712 Thu, 11 Dec 2014 23:01:34 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207#comment-10712 […] active and engaged on Twitter have begun withdrawing. Perhaps the drop-off is part of an inevitable evaporative social cooling effect. Perhaps at some point, Twitter’s bigness crossed a threshold into too-big. Whatever the causes, […]

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By: Frank Chimero – From the Porch to the Street | Miscellanea http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207&cpage=2#comment-10685 Thu, 18 Sep 2014 05:27:56 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207#comment-10685 […] Chimero – From the Porch to the Street Technology Have you heard of evaporative social cooling? It says the people who provide the most value to a social group or organization eventually burn […]

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By: 63: For The Articles | Irregularity http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207&cpage=2#comment-10684 Wed, 03 Sep 2014 06:58:51 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207#comment-10684 […] Hang: Social Software Sundays #2 – The Evaporative Cooling Effect […]

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By: Dalla veranda alla strada | Bicycle Mind http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207&cpage=2#comment-10683 Wed, 27 Aug 2014 18:56:55 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207#comment-10683 […] come scrive Frank Chimero, da un portico Twitter è diventato una strada: Have you heard of evaporative social cooling? It says the people who provide the most value to a social group or organization eventually burn […]

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By: The State of the Internet is Awful - Notes from Mere O http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207&cpage=2#comment-10681 Wed, 27 Aug 2014 13:24:23 +0000 http://blog.bumblebeelabs.com/?p=1207#comment-10681 […] you heard of evaporative social cooling? It says the people who provide the most value to a social group or organization eventually burn […]

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