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  • THE BAMBOO PROJECT BLOG  |  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2009
    [Examples, Google] Bamboo Project Readers' Guide to Blogging for Personal Branding
    Last week, I asked my readers to share their best advice for using a blog for personal branding and job searching. As usual, I got some incredibly thoughtful and helpful responses that merit elevation to a new post. So below is the Bamboo Project Readers' Guide to Blogging for Personal Branding. To the question of "Should I Blog?" If you want to read some real-life stories of how blogging has accelerated several careers, definitely check out Heather's paper.
  • PSYBLOG  |  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2012
    [Examples, Google] How Memory Works: 10 Things Most People Get Wrong
    That's partly because the analogies we have to hand—like that of computer memory—are not helpful. Here is my 10-point guide to the psychology of memory (it is based on an excellent review chapter by the distinguished UCLA memory expert, Professor Robert A. Everyone has experienced the frustration of not being able to recall a fact from memory. But the research tends not to support this view. There's another side to the fact that memories do not decay.
  • LEVERAGING ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2007
    [Examples, Google] Leveraging Organizational Knowledge: Knowledge-sharing for a Retail Manager
    [link] Leveraging Organizational Knowledge This blog focuses on how to leverage the knowledge held, created, shared in an organizational context; with the objective of fostering creativity and innovation for competitive advantage. You would then expect these organizations to focus on facilitating each of these key value generators in generating more and more value. She then has to remember to whom she has to repeat some important information.
  • NANCY WHITE  |  MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2011
    [Examples, Google] Follow-up from the Leadership Learning Community Webinar
    The description was pretty loose and they expected around 50 people to show up. We have so many online tools at our disposal to theoretically connect and activate engagement with others. And if we build it, what are some starting points to help us work towards successful engagement? I decided to abandon a more formal presentation style to try and engage people from the start because after all, this was what the webinar was about! How do you engage them?
  • THE BAMBOO PROJECT BLOG  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2007
    [Examples, Google] The Bamboo Project Blog: My Personal Learning Environment
    As an instructional designer and trainer, Ive spent a lot of time trying to develop learning experiences for other people. tools, as well as my ongoing belief in constructivist theories of learning , Ive come to believe that the future of staff development lies in our ability to go beyond structured training to facilitating informal processes and learning experiences that occur on a daily basis. online journals, and to monitor RSS feeds for del.icio.us
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  MONDAY, JUNE 15, 2009
    [Examples, Google] Gist and Social Minder Remind Us to Contact Clients
    There are all sorts of ways to stay connected with current and potential clients: social networks, Twitter, blogs and the like. Of course, nothing beats good old-fashioned face-to-face contact, so chambers of commerce, the Rotary Club, and the networking organizations are still important. But when you work in a place like Seattle, as I do, where everyone and their sister seems to be in the web design business, the market for potential new clients gets thin after a while.
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2009
    [Examples, Google] Web Worker Careers: Tech Support and Customer Service
    Brian Roberts of nesaru consulting , for example, acts as the focal point for communications between his clients and their U.S. Trainer: Show users how to use business applications. In addition to offering tech support to clients, tech “go to&# guy and WebWorkerDaily writer Scott Blitstein conducts training. How to Qualify. Word-of-mouth marketing continues to be the leader for lead generation in these fields.
  • ANDREWMCAFEE.ORG  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 2009
    [Examples, Google] It’s Like This… : Andrew McAfee’s Blog
    Andrew McAfee’s Blog The Business Impact of IT Home About RSS It’s Like This… January 8 2009 Comments to this post A little while back interviewer extraordinaire Charlie Rose invited me and SAP co-CEO Leo Apotheker to talk with him about IT, particularly enterprise software, and its impact on business and competition. And he immediately hit on an apparent paradox: how can universally available technology contribute to competitive differentiation?
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Living Networks - Chapter 3: The New Organization - Free Download and Commentary - Trends in the Living Networks
    For the full Table of Contents and free chapter downloads see the Living Networks website or the Book Launch/ Preface to the Anniversary Edition. It is becoming essential for companies to work closely with their customers, suppliers, and partners, however this involves very real risks. In this world leadership is required to take whole industries and supply chains into new ways of working based on transparency, collaboration, and sharing value.
  • COLLABORATION 2.0  |  THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Two flavors of software as a service: Intuit QuickBase and Etelos | ZDNet
    Enterprise software Linux Microsoft Office Open source Software as a service Virtualization Web browsers Windows 7 4G Android BlackBerry iPhone Smartphones Malware Patches Vulnerabilities McAfee Symantec Zero Day Blog Forrester Galleries IT Failures TechRepublic Pro Reviews White Papers Videos Podcasts Special Reports Apple WWDC 10 Apples top-notch security has managed to keep its new gear out of bars and the contents of. means whatever the techno-marketeer (ab)using it wants it to mean.
  • COLLABORATION 2.0  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 15, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Searching for definition | ZDNet
    Enterprise software Linux Microsoft Office Open source Software as a service Virtualization Web browsers Windows 7 4G Android BlackBerry iPhone Smartphones Malware Patches Vulnerabilities McAfee Symantec Zero Day Blog Forrester Galleries IT Failures TechRepublic Pro Reviews White Papers Videos Podcasts Special Reports Apple WWDC 10 Apples top-notch security has managed to keep its new gear out of bars and the contents of. ‘Some say KM is dead…others point to Web 2.0 &
  • MASHABLE.COM  |  SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 2009
    [Examples, Google] Work Together: 60+ Collaborative Tools for Groups
    Colligo.com - Allows you to work on projects off-line and then sync them when you can login. ConceptShare.com - Share concept designs and allow invited workers to mark-up, comment, and give feedback. ContactOffice.com - Allows groups to share documents, calandars, contacts, and files. Coventi.com - Upload your documents, share, and allow others to highlight portions or edit. Glide - Facilitates group meetings to review projects together. Its Too Early To Tell.
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 2011
    [Examples, Google] MIT’s wormhole could make a window for remote workers
    There’s nothing like a face-to-face conversation, but that hasn’t stopped businesses and technologists from trying to bridge the distance that can separate us using telephones, video conferencing, fancy robots, and now wormholes, to give the illusion of being there. What tripped me out was the focus spent on creating a casual environment that could be conducive to spontaneous conversation. You shouldn’t have to ask an IT person to set this up.
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 2011
    [Examples, Google] Do Your Virtual Team Members Feel Loved or Neglected?
    It can be tough to be a remote employee in a company, especially if most of the team is located elsewhere. Here are a few ways to make sure that your virtual team members feel loved, instead of neglected: Real-time collaboration. Make sure that you have plenty of opportunities for real-time online collaboration for your entire team that allow for virtual members to participate as equals. Structure your meetings to allow your remote employees to participate as equals.
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 2018
    [Examples, Google] Digital Transformation in 2018: Sustainably Delivering on the Promise at Scale
    Perhaps most vitally, the imperative itself became even clearer to leaders as disruption began to penetrate even into long resistant industries like healthcare, finance, and even insurance. In fact, these entities might not even be that helpful in that they are overly focused on technology and may not have the requisite experience in applying to the redesign and transformation of the business itself.
  • TURNING KNOWLEDGE WORKERS INTO INNOVATION CREATORS  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2005
    [Examples, Google] Top 15 Requirements for Web Office - (ie Applied Web 2.0) | innovation Creators
    December 06th, 2005 I am currently heading up a project to build an enterprise blogging solution at one of the big-4 consulting firms. For a future Web Office solution, here’s what I need: 1 - Tools to Define Types of Blogs On the net, some of the most successful blogs are tightly defined. Examples include Bio Blogs, Client Blogs, Project Blogs, Product Blogs, and more free wheeling Expert Page Blogs. This means less to learn.
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  TUESDAY, MAY 27, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Wordpress for Library Websites | Information Wants To Be Free
    Information Wants To Be Free A librarian, writer, educator and tech geek reflecting on the profession and the tools we use to serve our patrons Home About me Contact me CV Book Website Presentations SJSU Class Meredith Farkas Librarian, writer, teacher and tech geek. Comments The author reserves the right to delete any comments she deems offensive, irrelevant, or blatant advertisements. It’s also just great to engage more with my local community.
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2010
    [Examples, Google] Inspiring stuff to read, Take 3
    When I looked at the list of items I wanted to share with you and saw the number that were from one blog, I realized that I really should just say READ MUSINGS ABOUT LIBRARIANSHIP !!! His posts provide fantastic practical advice and examples from libraries (many of which I’ve never seen highlighted elsewhere). If I have to wait for big stuff I’ll usually have nothing to say. It helps me to know them their lives, their hearts, what they value.
  • TURNING KNOWLEDGE WORKERS INTO INNOVATION CREATORS  |  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2007
    [Examples, Google] Joining Joyent | innovation Creators
    About Videos Whitepapers Joining Joyent November 11th, 2007 I am delighted to announce that I have just joined Joyent , the Cloud Computing experts. Joyent delivers 10 million emails to their customers everyday. Joyent’s customers range in size from solo start-ups to large companies. The common feature is a desire to quickly build and deploy a world class web application. Joyent’s Accelerator’s ™ are designed to solve this problem.
  • KNOWLEDGE-AT-WORK  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 2005
    [Examples, Google] Knowledge-at-work: Community inquiry
    Communal inquiry seeks new information: objective -- to collect, compile, synthesize and apply the BEST information with the LEAST expenditure of energy and effort. assumes: participants are self-selected; motivation is intrinsic; learning is secondary to delivery; some measure of trust is present; and the participants are secure and independent in their identities. Perhaps inquiry is the process of deciding what the questions are and how torecogniae the answers.
  • SMARTBLOGS.COM  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2011
    [Examples, Google] Andy’s Answers: How Johnson & Johnson uses social media in highly regulated industries
    How do you create an efficient approval process? How and when should you respond to content on third-party websites? If this sounds like the challenges you’re facing, take a few tips from Marc Monseau , who navigated Johnson & Johnson from no social media engagement to a YouTube channel, four Twitter handles, a Facebook page and two corporate blogs. How Monseau and his team did it: Start small, with noncontroversial topics.
  • THE FASTFORWARD BLOG  |  MONDAY, JUNE 29, 2009
    [Examples, Google] Reinventing Silos
    I’m interrupting a couple of pieces in progress, because this topic is too significant to wait on. It raised its head as I was listening to a great panel discussion from the recent Enterprise 2.0 conversations, it’s important to separate the B2C and C2C-focused examples from other focuses (B2E, E2E etc.). There’s a heavy B2C/C2C slant to the discussion. He didn’t wait for me to explain either.
  • LEVERAGING ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2005
    [Examples, Google] Leveraging Organizational Knowledge: Why all this fuss about KM now?
    [link] Leveraging Organizational Knowledge This blog focuses on how to leverage the knowledge held, created, shared in an organizational context; with the objective of fostering creativity and innovation for competitive advantage. Knowledge Management is about how an organization makes use of its intellectual property. It is about leveraging the knowledge produced internally or acquired externally, to add value for competitive advantage.
  • WWW.PRESENTATIONZEN.COM  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Presentation Zen: Play is good for you (and it's good for business)
    « Seth Godin presentation: how to build a tribe | Main. Remember that play was one of the six aptitudes needed to be successful in today's world featured in Dan Pink's A Whole New Mind. That is, in the child's mind there are infinite possibilities, but in our adult mind (one filled with habits and routines) there often seems to be few. Fear, says Tim Brown, leads us to be overly conservative and to keep our "wild ideas" inside.
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2007
    [Examples, Google] Regulation could shape the future of targeted online advertising. and of media - Trends in the Living Networks
    About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Launch of RossDawson.com | Main | Community quality and network leadership trump numbers: Digg loses contributors to Mixx » Regulation could shape the future of targeted online advertising. On a far broader canvas, extremely strict EU data protection laws shape how online business is conducted all over the planet.
  • SPINNING A LEARNING WEB  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 2009
    [Examples, Google] Friend Feed: a ticket to ride
    I like to stay in touch and keep up to date with them all but, like most commuters, I don’t like the travelling I have to do to get from one neighbourhood to another. Then along came Friend Feed , and it didn’t take much to get me signed up and experimenting. However, and despite its potential, I found that I wasn’t really putting Friend Feed to work for me. Click a button on the Friend Feed sign-up page to find out who they are.
  • JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 2015
    [Examples, Google] My Schedule For NewCo New York 2015
    Have you ever been to a music festival, and found yourself overwhelmed by too many great choices? Look at Coachella , for example. There are six stages to chose from. On Friday, how are you supposed to pick between Alabama Shakes and Lykke Li? That’s exactly how I feel about picking my schedule for next month’s NewCo New York. I know one thing for sure: CartoDB’s crowd-driven approach to the world is inspiring and very NewCo.
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  MONDAY, MAY 8, 2006
    [Examples, Google] Casey Bisson speaks! We all should listen. | Information Wants To Be Free
    Information Wants To Be Free A librarian, writer, educator and tech geek reflecting on the profession and the tools we use to serve our patrons Home About me Contact me CV Book Website Presentations SJSU Class Meredith Farkas Librarian, writer, teacher and tech geek. Comments The author reserves the right to delete any comments she deems offensive, irrelevant, or blatant advertisements. As my word count got longer and longer, some of those things had to be left out.
  • HAROLD JARCHE  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2011
    [Examples, Google] Social Learning, Complexity and the Enterprise
    George Siemens , educational technologist and researcher at Athabasca University, has succinctly explained the importance of social learning in the context of today’s workplace: There is a growing demand for the ability to connect to others. Organizations, in order to function, need to encourage social exchanges and social learning due to faster rates of business and technological changes. From replaceable human resources to dynamic social groups.
  • COLLABORATION 2.0  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 2008
    [Examples, Google] The Future of the Web | ZDNet
    Enterprise software Linux Microsoft Office Open source Software as a service Virtualization Web browsers Windows 7 4G Android BlackBerry iPhone Smartphones Malware Patches Vulnerabilities McAfee Symantec Zero Day Blog Forrester Galleries IT Failures TechRepublic Pro Reviews White Papers Videos Podcasts Special Reports Apple WWDC 10 Apples top-notch security has managed to keep its new gear out of bars and the contents of. Likewise, Wikipedia has the data for tools like this to manipulate.
  • WWW.CMSWIRE.COM  |  MONDAY, MAY 16, 2011
    [Examples, Google] Cisco Quad: A New Collaboration Platform for the Enterprise
    Named after a college quad — a place of learning — Cisco's mixture of key business apps and the trappings of social networking goes up against the likes of Microsoft and Google with communal bravado. For example, users can microblog inside the platform and their posts will go out to the colleagues that follow them. It is also built to work with Cisco's unified communications products, and WebEx. Read more about us or learn how to advertise here.
  • WWW.DDMCD.COM  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2007
    [Examples, Google] Dennis McDonald - Managing Technology - Business and I.T. Must Work Together to Manage New "Web 2.0" Tools
    MY NEWEST POST: “Stimulus Reporting Pages&# HOME PAGE About Me Managing Technology eGovernment Basics of Blogging & Professional Networking My Weekly Top 10 Key Topics All Tags Contact Info Subscribe by Email Subscribe to RSS Feed More Links STIMULUS REPORTING LIST To see an evolving list of web sites from state and others that report on ARRA stimulus spending, click here. CLICK HERE to subscribe by email. Must Work Together to Manage New "Web 2.0"
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2011
    [Examples, Google] Tales from the trenches: Iconic Adventures
    The web enables them to work wherever they want, so they take advantage. Take Joe Solomon, founder of incentive travel company Iconic Adventures , for example. A dedicated outdoor enthusiast, Solomon realized early that working the nine-to-five grind in a major metropolis wasn’t for him and set out to set up his life as a digital nomad. How did he manage it? So I knew that I couldn’t ask people to live here. Google Apps for us is key.
  • [Examples, Google] Oblique control of emergent intelligence | innovation Creators
    About Videos Whitepapers Oblique control of emergent intelligence July 16th, 2006 In his seminal book Emergence , Steven Johnson talks about how people learn to “control” events in an emergent environment. An open economy is a perfect example of an emergent environment. In a free market economy, independent agents work according to simple rules. People aim to maximize their personal utility. How does the Fed control the economy? React to feedback.
  • WWW.SOCIALTEXT.COM  |  MONDAY, MARCH 10, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Enterprise 2.0 | Socialtext Enterprise Wiki
    technologies like blogs and wikis (both perfect examples of network IT ) within the Intranet. toolkit, and the experiences to date of an early adopter. It also offers some guidelines to business leaders interested in building an Enterprise 2.0 As I type these words I dont know the best site to serve as the link behind the abbreviation RSS in the previous sentence. I also dont know the URL of the page Im using right now to type this blog entry.
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Web 2.0 Continues As Most Used New Internet Term
    While it's no longer quite so fashionable to label your Internet startup a "Web 2.0" The Google Trends graph in the figure to the right tells the overall story; global search interest in Web 2.0 About the only other strategic technology concept that has anywhere near the same volume of world-wide interest is service-oriented architecture (SOA) , which as it turns out is also surprisingly closely related to Web 2.0. body of knowledge to their line of work.
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2011
    [Examples, Google] NFC is Coming to Smartphones– Here’s How It Could Help Your Team
    While QR codes have accomplished that task fairly well in some international markets, it’s yet to really take off here in the U.S. And there’s a good chance it never will, because another emerging technology — near field communication (NFC) — is soon to take its place, not only for marketers, but for any business looking to make the connection between their efforts in the real world and online more tightly integrated.
  • WWW.READWRITEWEB.COM  |  SATURDAY, JULY 19, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Enterprise Adoption of Web 2.0: It's Happening - ReadWriteWeb
    trend and the spread of social media: look out, the tide is shifting and youre about to be left behind. The rise of social media didnt happen overnight, the power of the internet to unite people, the ubiquity of broadband, the rise of Gen Y, the development of new technologies for socializing on the web - all of these things and more have led to the rise of social media. A study by Forrester on this topic points to hard numbers that back this up. to 32% of SMBs.
  • LINKED INTELLIGENCE  |  MONDAY, JULY 9, 2007
    [Examples, Google] Linked Intelligence » Blog Archive » Sending Batch LinkedIn Invitations – What to Do Once You’ve Uploaded Your Contacts
    « LinkedIn Hints & Tips from Big Biller Bill Vick LinkedIn Answers About Using LinkedIn » Sending Batch LinkedIn Invitations – What to Do Once You’ve Uploaded Your Contacts One of my LinkedIn connections, Andy Birol of Birol Growth Consulting , recently wrote me for some advice about using LinkedIn. He finally uploaded his entire a larger part of his contact database and wants to send the invitations. Remember, no one wants to feel like a number.
  • THE BAMBOO PROJECT BLOG  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 2009
    [Examples, Google] The Bamboo Project Blog: Do Employees Need Social Media Guidelines?
    The Bamboo Project Blog « Online Portfolio Examples to Share? I've written before about some of my thoughts regarding the responsible use of social media and whether or not we can count on people do the right thing when it comes to blogs and Facebook and Twitter.  We are confident however, it is enough to expect agreater level of respect and awareness from someone in your position asa vice president at a major global player in your industry.
  • WWW.ITBUSINESSEDGE.COM  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Cooperation Is Best Way to Wrangle IT Rogues
    ITBusinessEdge Newsletters Welcome, Guest Log In | Register Home Topics Resource Centers Blogs News Knowledge Network White Papers Premium Tools Blogs : Ann All Business of Tech Alignment, staffing and culture are often more critical than software and apps About this Blogger RSS | Next > Subscribe Sign up now and get the best business technology insights direct to your inbox. percent say they would be more productive at work with access to their personal tech and applications.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2012
    [Examples, Google] Blog Cases from 2005: Karen Ay on Art
    Now as we move to 2013, I find it interesting to look back at the early days of business blogging. See for example,  TangentProjects is going to Venice with Invasive Alien Species , and  Great Upcoming London Sculpture Show. In 2005 she started a blog to talk about her art and other stuff. In general terms, she needed to provide a more formal structure for documenting the process of making work. Lastly, she likes to write.
  • WWW.THEGLOBEANDMAIL.COM  |  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2009
    [Examples, Google] Information-rich and attention-poor
    Weve sent an email to containinga URL youll need to follow to verify your account. Itsfree and takes less than a minute to complete. You must click on the link inthe email to activate this account. All fields are required News Quote Web Local People by Google by Google by Canpages.ca It is as if a house that cost half a million dollars in 1964 could be bought today for a nickel, or if life expectancy had been reduced from 75 years to four minutes.
  • LEVERAGING ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE  |  SUNDAY, MAY 27, 2007
    [Examples, Google] Leveraging Organizational Knowledge: Asking the right questions to assess an Organization’s culture.
    [link] Leveraging Organizational Knowledge This blog focuses on how to leverage the knowledge held, created, shared in an organizational context; with the objective of fostering creativity and innovation for competitive advantage. His comment was in response to a question asking what are the questions to ask employees of an organization to get a feel of the dominating internal culture. Are we able to recognize patterns in our business?
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2009
    [Examples, Google] My Notes on Mike Gotta’s Reality 2.0: Getting Started with Enterprise Social Networking
    I have been following Mike’s Collaborative Thinking blog for some time as I was pleased to be able to see him in person for the first time to hear him talk about adoption issues. Mike said he is going to provide information from actual cases from project teams that he has interviewed. The consumer Web tools helped to great more awareness. Now we have evolved from social networking sites to services to platforms. This was surprising to Mike.
  • TONY KARRER  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 2009
    [Examples, Google] Networks and Communities
    How would this compare to results from other concept workers? To make sure you pass this test - I suggest cheating. And there is no better cheat for the concept worker than reaching out to other people to test your process and conclusions. Basically make sure you can say, "Look, I talked to a couple of people who have done this before. Through Google, I find a lot of information. What’s really going to happen?
  • CONNECTING 2 THE WORLD  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 2009
    [Examples, Google] Connecting 2 the World: Learning Theories: In support of Connectivism
    skip to main | skip to sidebar Connecting 2 the World Connecting ideas, cultures, and disciplines Wednesday, January 7, 2009 Learning Theories: In support of Connectivism I was first introduced to the idea of Connectivism through an online conference hosted by George Sieman s group at the University of Manitoba. This became especially evident as I began to revise my courses for this semester. But it is not important for someone in Florida to know this.
  • TURNING KNOWLEDGE WORKERS INTO INNOVATION CREATORS  |  SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 2006
    [Examples, Google] Web Office is all about the HTML | innovation Creators
    I had no idea how important it was to post content as HTML. Nor did I have any idea how important it was to include lots of useful hyperlinks. But, 5 weeks ago, in a stroke of utter genius, I wrote only a small blog post describing the paper and included a link to a pdf of the article. About 10 days later, thanks to some prodding from one of my fellow Pragmatic Studio Alumni , I got around to posting the essay in HTML.
  • JOINING DOTS: BLOG  |  SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2006
    [Examples, Google] Joining Dots: Blog: Success is simple
    Please visit the new blog at www.joiningdots.com/blog/ 04 March 2006 Success is simple Hands up if youve been in a meeting where someone, describing the mission for the company (or team, project, task, whatever), mentions how its going to be just like that book. It seems just about everyone plans to transform from good to great this year, and most of them will fail. I have a book note on this site for Good to Great by Jim Collins. Get them to walk the plank.
  • GREEN CHAMELEON  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Green Chameleon » Leadership 2.0
    www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Leadership 2.0 What was remarkable to me was how participatory the leaders of ERM were in the rollout of the portal. Bonnie recounted how that CEO had a rough start, pricked by a challenging first comment from a junior staff in another part of the world, but slowly came around to appreciate the good intention behind that comment. Trust has to be a big part of this.
  • REXSTHOUGHTSPOT.BLOGSPOT.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007
    [Examples, Google] A Code for Enterprise 2.0 Practioners
    skip to main | skip to sidebar Rexs Thought Spot Personal Reflections on Innovation & Collaboration in a 2.0 PEOPLE AS NOT RESOURCES TO BE EXPLOITED 3. means that we will undoubtedly see several failures in addition to the triumphs. Both of us had experiences which started with an ambitious objectives in the earlier years that produced results very different than what we were hoping to achieve. Google "wikiality".its
  • THE FASTFORWARD BLOG  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2009
    [Examples, Google] What Does Computer Use Really Do to Our Minds?
    There has been some speculation about what the web might be doing to our minds (e.g., and Nicholas Carr on: Is Google Making Us Stupid? ). She said well actually, it just showed that those who already knew how to do web searches could move more quickly to performing higher levels tasks that involved decision making activity because they knew what they were doing. I am biased to support positive findings as I believe that media can affect cognition.
  • JONMELL.CO.UK  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Why bother with Social Software? | Jon Mell - Web 2.0 ideas and strategy
    project or strategy please contact me: Email: jonmell at me.com Phone: +447973257146 Find out more about me Find Jon Mell on Linked In Find Jon Mell on Facebook Follow Jon Mell on Twitter Subscribe Subscribe in a reader Recent Posts How to find the people you need Sharepoint as an Enterprise 2.0 roi wiki adoption wiki roi wikis wisdom of crowds Blogroll A Portal to a Portal AppleInsider Caspar Craven Colin Mooney Collaboration Matters! How would you measure it?
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2008
    [Examples, Google] The Social Graph: Issues and Strategies in 2008
    One of the hottest topics in the online world in the last couple of years has been the growth of social networking services such as Facebook and MySpace , as well as the addition of a social element to existing user experiences. Despite riding several waves of hype, it's now clear that the social networking space will only get hotter in 2008 according to most watchers. However, the full story will certainly continue to unfold for the next several years at least.
  • TECHCRUNCH.COM  |  SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 2010
    [Examples, Google] The Power Of Pull: Joi Ito And Yossi Vardi Have Pull, And So Can You (Book Excerpt)
    Editor’s note : The following set of excerpts is from the recently published book The Power of Pull: How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Set Big Things In Motion by John Hagel III , John Seely Brown , and Lang Davison. As the number of people we can connect with expands, our ability to pull from that network the resources and people we require to address unexpected needs expands along with it. When he turned around to look for it now the driver had left already.
  • WWW.SCIAM.COM  |  THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Blogging--It's Good for You: Scientific American
    Scientists now hope to explore the neurological underpinnings at play, especially considering the explosion of blogs. According to Alice Flaherty, a neuroscientist at Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital, the placebo theory of suffering is one window through which to view blogging. For example, people with mania often talk too much. Also, blogging might trigger dopamine release, similar to stimulants like music, running and looking at art.
  • REXSTHOUGHTSPOT.BLOGSPOT.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007
    [Examples, Google] Rex's Thought Spot: Four Enterprise 2.0 Success Drivers: Desire (Part 1 of 4)
    skip to main | skip to sidebar Rexs Thought Spot Personal Reflections on Innovation & Collaboration in a 2.0 Read Part 1: Desire Read Part 2: Capability Read Part 3: Opportunity Read Part 4: Connectivity One of the pet peeves I have is the notion that electronic collaboration tools could replace face-to-face facilitated sessions. Yes, the self-organizing communities is an important piece to web 2.0 we have an opportunity to go beyond this.
  • JOHN BATTELLE'S SEARCHBLOG  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 2012
    [Examples, Google] Musings On “Streams” and the Future of Magazines
    Some of you have asked me to explain a bit more on the economic issues regarding media startups. I didn’t really go too deep into them, but as I was answering one fellow in email, I realized I didn’t really explain how complicated they really are, particularly if you want to make new forms of publications. Stream-based advertising products are “native” in nature - which is to say, advertising that acts much like the content it supports.
  • BOXES AND ARROWS  |  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2008
    [Examples, Google] IDEA 2008: An Interview with David Armano
    This is the third interview in the series, and I got to spend time with David Armano, VP Experience Design at Critical Mass. RU: How did you get your start in the design industry? I would say that the formal training I received didn’t really happen until I enrolled into design school (Pratt), and that’s where I learned the basics of design as well as how it intersected with technology. I still consider what I do (design strategy) to be part if the discipline.
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2011
    [Examples, Google] Ebooks and Libraries: A Stream of Concerns
    And the consumer ebook market seems to have exploded in just the past six months, even for those who are far from early adopters. Even at Norwich I’m starting to get inquiries from patrons about whether they can read ebooks from the library on their mobile devices. Unfortunately, the way most people are using eBooks at this point completely bypasses the library, and this is what publishers and ebook manufacturers seem to want. And how do you browse a shelf of eBooks?
  • WWW.EDGE.ORG  |  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2009
    [Examples, Google] The Age Of The Informavore
    And you encounter this not only in a theoretical way, but when you meet people, when suddenly people start forgetting things, when suddenly people depend on their gadgets, and other stuff, to remember certain things. There is one comment on Edge which I love, which is in Daniel Dennetts response to the 2007 annual question, in which he said that we have a population explosion of ideas, but not enough brains to cover them. Schirrmacher was on to the next story.
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  MONDAY, JULY 17, 2006
    [Examples, Google] Skills for the 21st Century Librarian | Information Wants To Be Free
    Information Wants To Be Free A librarian, writer, educator and tech geek reflecting on the profession and the tools we use to serve our patrons Home About me Contact me CV Book Website Presentations SJSU Class Meredith Farkas Librarian, writer, teacher and tech geek. Comments The author reserves the right to delete any comments she deems offensive, irrelevant, or blatant advertisements. Librarians have to be able to use search engines and use them well.
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  MONDAY, JULY 17, 2006
    [Examples, Google] Skills for the 21st Century Librarian | Information Wants To Be Free
    Information Wants To Be Free A librarian, writer, educator and tech geek reflecting on the profession and the tools we use to serve our patrons Home About me Contact me CV Book Website Presentations SJSU Class Meredith Farkas Librarian, writer, teacher and tech geek. Comments The author reserves the right to delete any comments she deems offensive, irrelevant, or blatant advertisements. Librarians have to be able to use search engines and use them well.
  • THE FASTFORWARD BLOG  |  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2010
    [Examples, Google] A framework for social learning in the enterprise
    It may be useful to those who are considering adoption of Enterprise 2.0 capabilities and what work design issues will come up and how to address them. I apologize in advance for the reference to my work in this article … the objective in publishing this piece is not to do any self-promotion, but rather to expose readers to the great thinking and experience of some collaborative colleagues. Engage with Web media and understand how they work.
  • CLARK QUINN  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2013
    [Examples, Google] Old -> New
    My ITA Colleague Jay Cross had a hangout over the weekend and the conversation rolled around to the role of L&D in the new era (related to yesterday’s post ). I’ve previously addressed how we can now be using tech for more of the full suite of performance, but it occurred to me that there are some ways we could and should be thinking differently about the ways in which performance can be supported. Are you making it easy to reach out to people?
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2006
    [Examples, Google] Web 2.0 and user filtered content - Trends in the Living Networks
    and user filtered content Ross Dawson, September 9, 2006 4:04 AM US PT Tomorrow I’m heading off to the Influence conference run by Phil Sim ’s Mediaconnect. With massively more content available, we need the means to filter it, to make the gems visible in vastness of the long tail. Google ’s PageRank is a seminal example of web-wide user filtering , where people’s aggregated linking behaviors enable people to find relevant content.
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2007
    [Examples, Google] The magic of data visualization for everyone - Trends in the Living Networks
    To try it out I created in around one minute a bubble diagram representation of the frequency of words in the English language (See below for the non-interactive diagram - I won’t link directly, as I think generating the diagram is rather resource-intensive - have a look at the visualization gallery that includes it). Fernanda calls it ‘“social data analysis,” in which “playful, social exploration of data leads to serious analysis”.
  • TRENDS IN THE LIVING NETWORKS  |  FRIDAY, MAY 4, 2007
    [Examples, Google] Geocloning and the globalization of media - Trends in the Living Networks
    I later Googled the term, and found that geocloning seems at this stage to be a word used exclusively by Reed Elsevier, however it uses it freely in its investor communication. One of the key themes of the Future of Media Summit 2007 (as last year) is Global Strategies for Media: New distribution channels allow content creators anywhere to access global markets. This helps to identify appropriate global strategies for media industry participants.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2010
    [Examples, Google] Enterprise 2.0 Boston - Tuesday thoughts #e2conf
    This has nothing to do with my coffee intake, but with the fact that there are others doing a bang up job on the LIVE live blogging, like Mary Abraham. Or just try to consume the barrage of tweets with the e2conf tag. How do we know? JP mentioned the recent idea from Nicholas Carr that Google makes people dumber. Note that many have taken Carr's original argument and extended to "the web makes us dumb" or "technology X makes me dumb.") How do we make this work?
  • WWW.LIFEHACKER.COM.AU  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 2009
    [Examples, Google] Hive Five: Five Best Mind Mapping Applications | Lifehacker Australia
    Babble Australia Defamer Australia Gizmodo Australia Kotaku Australia Lifehacker Australia US | Chumby | Mobile | Twitter | RSS | Tip Your Editors Lifehacker Australia Communicate Design Fix Money Organise Travel Work Work Hive Five: Five Best Mind Mapping Applications By Jason Fitzpatrick on March 30, 2009 at 2:00 AM Mind mapping is a great way to add structure to brainstorming sessions and visualise your ideas. The interface is simple and intuitive to use.
  • ERIC-BLUE.COM  |  MONDAY, MARCH 22, 2010
    [Examples, Google] Personal Memex
    I’ve been a knowledge worker as long as I can remember, and have subsequently searched long and hard for numerous software applications and systems to help me better process, organize, and retrieve information. The memex is the name given by Vannevar Bush to the theoretical proto-hypertext computer system he proposed in his 1945 The Atlantic Monthly article As We May Think. It needs a name, and, to coin one at random, “memex” will do. The ability to store meta-data.
  • BHC3.WORDPRESS.COM  |  MONDAY, APRIL 13, 2009
    [Examples, Google] Enterprise 2.0 and the Trough of Disillusionment « I’m Not Actually a Geek
    It describes five phases that technologies go through on their to becoming mainstream and beneficial to companies: 1. &# Technology Trigger&# The first phase of a Hype Cycle is the “technology trigger&# or breakthrough, product launch or other event that generates significant press and interest. 3. &# Trough of Disillusionment&# Technologies enter the “trough of disillusionment&# because they fail to meet expectations and quickly become unfashionable.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Inherent Simplicity preview - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
    I received a galley proof on the arrangement that I would tell people about it and offer to pass the same offer to more people. So, if you would like to get a copy (free!), have a read and pass along your information to me. For people who have been following Goldratt, the material in the book should sound very familiar, particularly the interspersed chapters of "letters to the community" that Goldratt uses in the book as examples of various elements of the discussion.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Inherent Simplicity preview - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
    I received a galley proof on the arrangement that I would tell people about it and offer to pass the same offer to more people. So, if you would like to get a copy (free!), have a read and pass along your information to me. For people who have been following Goldratt, the material in the book should sound very familiar, particularly the interspersed chapters of "letters to the community" that Goldratt uses in the book as examples of various elements of the discussion.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  SUNDAY, JULY 6, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Inherent Simplicity preview - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
    I received a galley proof on the arrangement that I would tell people about it and offer to pass the same offer to more people. So, if you would like to get a copy (free!), have a read and pass along your information to me. For people who have been following Goldratt, the material in the book should sound very familiar, particularly the interspersed chapters of "letters to the community" that Goldratt uses in the book as examples of various elements of the discussion.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  SUNDAY, JULY 6, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Inherent Simplicity preview - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
    I received a galley proof on the arrangement that I would tell people about it and offer to pass the same offer to more people. So, if you would like to get a copy (free!), have a read and pass along your information to me. For people who have been following Goldratt, the material in the book should sound very familiar, particularly the interspersed chapters of "letters to the community" that Goldratt uses in the book as examples of various elements of the discussion.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  TUESDAY, JULY 15, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Inherent Simplicity preview - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
    I received a galley proof on the arrangement that I would tell people about it and offer to pass the same offer to more people. So, if you would like to get a copy (free!), have a read and pass along your information to me. For people who have been following Goldratt, the material in the book should sound very familiar, particularly the interspersed chapters of "letters to the community" that Goldratt uses in the book as examples of various elements of the discussion.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  TUESDAY, JULY 15, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Inherent Simplicity preview - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
    I received a galley proof on the arrangement that I would tell people about it and offer to pass the same offer to more people. So, if you would like to get a copy (free!), have a read and pass along your information to me. For people who have been following Goldratt, the material in the book should sound very familiar, particularly the interspersed chapters of "letters to the community" that Goldratt uses in the book as examples of various elements of the discussion.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  TUESDAY, JULY 15, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Inherent Simplicity preview - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
    I received a galley proof on the arrangement that I would tell people about it and offer to pass the same offer to more people. So, if you would like to get a copy (free!), have a read and pass along your information to me. For people who have been following Goldratt, the material in the book should sound very familiar, particularly the interspersed chapters of "letters to the community" that Goldratt uses in the book as examples of various elements of the discussion.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  TUESDAY, JULY 15, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Inherent Simplicity preview - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
    I received a galley proof on the arrangement that I would tell people about it and offer to pass the same offer to more people. So, if you would like to get a copy (free!), have a read and pass along your information to me. For people who have been following Goldratt, the material in the book should sound very familiar, particularly the interspersed chapters of "letters to the community" that Goldratt uses in the book as examples of various elements of the discussion.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Inherent Simplicity preview - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
    I received a galley proof on the arrangement that I would tell people about it and offer to pass the same offer to more people. So, if you would like to get a copy (free!), have a read and pass along your information to me. For people who have been following Goldratt, the material in the book should sound very familiar, particularly the interspersed chapters of "letters to the community" that Goldratt uses in the book as examples of various elements of the discussion.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Inherent Simplicity preview - Knowledge Jolt with Jack
    I received a galley proof on the arrangement that I would tell people about it and offer to pass the same offer to more people. So, if you would like to get a copy (free!), have a read and pass along your information to me. For people who have been following Goldratt, the material in the book should sound very familiar, particularly the interspersed chapters of "letters to the community" that Goldratt uses in the book as examples of various elements of the discussion.
  • BOXES AND ARROWS  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 2010
    [Examples, Google] Faceted Finding with Super-Powered Breadcrumbs
    At best, the breadcrumb is stuck in a role of a side-kick, forced to eke out meager screen real estate along-side more powerful finding controls. In contrast, breadcrumb is the superhero of the IFB design, dealing a decisive blow to many usability issues that plague today’s finding interfaces. To prove this point, I did what we do best – I tested my hypothesis. When the query changes, attributes appear to “randomly&# jump around on the breadcrumb.
  • KNOWLEDGE JOLT WITH JACK  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2010
    [Examples, Google] Podcasts and other media sources
    My friend, Shannon Clark has posted an article about the various media he consumes, which leads me to several new podcasts to explore. Thanks to Shannon for giving me several new podcasts to ponder in addition to these. Everything from tips on the Getting Things Done ideas and tools to personal interviews with various GTD people or aficionados. Excerpts from NPR coverage with a musical bent, giving you everything from pop to jazz to classical to.
  • WWW.IKIW.ORG  |  MONDAY, MARCH 10, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Jason Fried : if you want success follow the chefs
    For example, chefs have cooking shows and write cook books. Day 16 of 21 Days of Wiki Adoption focuses on what to do when people are reluctant to share their knowledge on a wiki, and in that video I suggest that you encourage people to start by sharing a little, and see what they get in return. More people go to their restaurants, buy their cookbooks, copy their techniques, and - perhaps most important of all - influence their friends to do the same.
  • MANY.CORANTE.COM  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 2006
    [Examples, Google] Enterprise 2.0. Many-to-Many:
    technologies like blogs and wikis (both perfect examples of network IT ) within the Intranet. toolkit,’ and the experiences to date of an early adopter. It also offers some guidelines to business leaders interested in building an Enterprise 2.0 As I type these words I don’t know the best site to serve as the link behind the abbreviation ‘RSS’ in the previous sentence. I also don’t know the URL of the page I’m using right now to type this blog entry.
  • GREEN CHAMELEON  |  TUESDAY, JULY 18, 2006
    [Examples, Google] Green Chameleon » Building Information Neighbourhoods
    www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Building Information Neighbourhoods Yesterday I sat in a meeting where an IT manager was outlining his organisation’s strategy for overcoming information confusion. They have a proliferation of repositories, including hundreds of Lotus Notes databases, not to mention document management systems, document supported workflow applications, intranets and other databases.
  • WEB WORKER DAILY  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2009
    [Examples, Google] ActiveWords Will Save You Time
    Applications, services, tools, plug-ins, add-ons, bookmarklets — there’s an endless list of things we look to in an effort to be more efficient. Here at WWD, we write about all of them and how they can be of benefit to us. We discuss how they look, how they work, how much they cost, etc. We either want to get more done, or take less time doing those things. We seem to have a different attitude to our desktop environments, though.
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Web 2.0 Continues As Most Used New Internet Term
    While it's no longer quite so fashionable to label your Internet startup a "Web 2.0" The Google Trends graph in the figure to the right tells the overall story; global search interest in Web 2.0 About the only other strategic technology concept that has anywhere near the same volume of world-wide interest is service-oriented architecture (SOA) , which as it turns out is also surprisingly closely related to Web 2.0. body of knowledge to their line of work.
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 2008
    [Examples, Google] Web 2.0 Continues As Most Used New Internet Term
    While it's no longer quite so fashionable to label your Internet startup a "Web 2.0" The Google Trends graph in the figure to the right tells the overall story; global search interest in Web 2.0 About the only other strategic technology concept that has anywhere near the same volume of world-wide interest is service-oriented architecture (SOA) , which as it turns out is also surprisingly closely related to Web 2.0. body of knowledge to their line of work.
  • WWW.GURTEEN.COM  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2008
    [Examples, Google] What makes an effective knowledge worker? (Gurteen Knowledge)
    Books Amazon.com Books Wikipedia Collegiate Dictionary Collegiate Thesaurus Daypop Google Google Images Gurteen Hotbot HyperDictionary Translate to French Translate to German Translate to Italian Translate to Portuguese Translate to Spanish Yahoo. At the Osney Media European Knowledge Management Thought Leaders Forum last week In London we broke into several "discussion pods" to discuss topics of interest. How to contact me.
  • REXSTHOUGHTSPOT.BLOGSPOT.COM  |  MONDAY, JUNE 7, 2010
    [Examples, Google] Rex's Thought Spot: Beyond Serendipity for Enterprise 2.0
    skip to main | skip to sidebar Rexs Thought Spot Personal Reflections on Innovation & Collaboration in a 2.0 While reading John Tropeas excellent post on " harmonising formal processes and ad-hoc work ", which contains references to some of my favourite E2.0 bloggers like Bertrand Duperrin & Bill Ives , I was inspired to write something which some of the E2.0 actually inhibits the potential of social computing technologies to drive greater value. But how?
  • STRANGE.CORANTE.COM  |  SUNDAY, MAY 4, 2008
    [Examples, Google] The importance of pigheadedness. Strange Attractor: Picking out patterns in the chaos
    Her personal blog is Chocolate and Vodka , and yes, she’s married to Kevin. tools and mobile technology to break news, to engage with audiences and tell the story behind the headlines in multiple media and on multiple platforms. Kevin came to the UK in 2005 to develop a blogging strategy for BBC news. Define ‘blog’ David Brake : It’s even more stupid in that they had an excellent opportunity to win goodwill by providing an.
  • COMMUNICATION NATION  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 2007
    [Examples, Google] Communication Nation: What is an infographic?
    As individuals and as a species, I believe we will be happier and more productive if we can improve our ability to communicate. This blog is dedicated to that effort. As infographics go online, the line between infography and software begins to blur. About a week ago I had an interesting conversation with Juan Velasco , Graphics editor of National Geographic, where we tried to answer some of these questions. Ive thought about this with respect to Edward Tuftes work.
  • WWW.CMSWIRE.COM  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 2010
    [Examples, Google] Collaborative Culture, or the Real Enterprise 2.0
    Vision and Reality 9 comments Installing SharePoint 2010 on Windows 7 12 comments 10 Innovative Software Companies to Watch Overview: SharePoint 2010 Metadata and Taxonomy Management 8 comments MS Project 2010: Goodbye Portfolio Server, Hello SharePoint 10 comments Oracle Unveils MySQL 5.5, Privacy respected — we never give or rent your information to anyone. How Social Media Is Changing Enterprise 2.0 Those people are beginning to get a new label entirely.
  • THE BAMBOO PROJECT BLOG  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2007
    [Examples, Google] The Bamboo Project Blog: Does Your Introversion/Extraversion Carry Over to Your Online Behavior?
    The Bamboo Project Blog « Now Beth Kanters Kids are Looking for Your Support to Win Americas Giving Challenge! Main | Holiday Thankfulness » Does Your Introversion/Extraversion Carry Over to Your Online Behavior? They refer to the attitudes that people use to direct their energy. Introverts direct it inward and extraverts direct energy to the outer world. I’m excited when I’m around people and I like to energize other people. As to Blogs?
  • REXSTHOUGHTSPOT.BLOGSPOT.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007
    [Examples, Google] Banning Facebook in the Workplace
    skip to main | skip to sidebar Rexs Thought Spot Personal Reflections on Innovation & Collaboration in a 2.0 The standard hypothesis that has lead to the banning of Facebook looks something like. Although I know there seems to be a lot of writers of this topic that view these actions as "short-sighted." could have on organizational culture, I try to be a realist as well. The ability to do that, is enhanced through relationships.
  • DION HINCHCLIFFE'S WEB 2.0 BLOG  |  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2006
    [Examples, Google] Profitably Running an Online Business in the Web 2.0 Era
    on how to monetize mashups in Las Vegas next week. Consequently, I've been pulling together notes, talking to mashup creators, and studying real-world examples of how companies are applying innovative ways of generating revenue with Web 2.0 But the biggest question that comes up is that if you let your users generate most of your content and then expose it all up via an API, how can a profitable business be made from this?
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  TUESDAY, JULY 5, 2005
    [Examples, Google] Safe blogging | Information Wants To Be Free
    Information Wants To Be Free A librarian, writer, educator and tech geek reflecting on the profession and the tools we use to serve our patrons Home About me Contact me CV Book Website Presentations SJSU Class Meredith Farkas Librarian, writer, teacher and tech geek. Comments The author reserves the right to delete any comments she deems offensive, irrelevant, or blatant advertisements. I was even asked by a soon-to-be colleague how I would handle blogging in the workplace.
  • SOCIALMEDIATODAY.COM  |  TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 2011
    [Examples, Google] An SMT Interview with Ethan McCarty, Senior Manager, Digital and Social Strategy, IBM | Social Media Today
    Crucially, it has also transformed how people and brands interact on the web. Brands that were early adopters and first movers on platforms like Facebook and Twitter were able to stake out a position as thought-leaders and some were able to leverage that in order to drive business-building initiatives. For other brands misuse or mismanagement has led to a feeling of disillusionment. What was it like trying to get this off the ground?
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