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  • BLOGS.BMJ.COM  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2008
    [MySpace, Network] BMJ blogs " Blog Archive " Richard Smith: Get with Web 2.0 or become yesterday's person
    RSS feeds, blogs, wikis, podcasts, social networking sites, mash up technology, etcâ??but Google, YouTube, MySpace, Facebook are all incredibly young organisations. The best work related social-networking for me is the buffet at courses/conferences, when I can exchange opinions with other attendees. Search the BMJ. BMJ Journals. BMJ Careers. BMJ Learning. BMJ Knowledge. BMJ Group. BMJ Group blogs.
  • WWW.DDMCD.COM  |  SUNDAY, MAY 29, 2011
    [MySpace, Network] Assessing Readiness for Enterprise Social Software
    bottles ” collaboration, content management, messaging, and social networking products have been around for. collaboration and social networking is no longer limited to. adoption of new collaboration and social networking tools. MySpace and Facebook, or even social bookmarking and. networking, and content sharing features. and partners are already using public systems (e g , MySpace, Facebook) to engage with others about your products or.
  • IMG.EN25.COM  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 2010
    [MySpace, Network] Assessing Readiness for Social Business Software - Jive SBS
    bottles ” collaboration, content management, messaging, and social networking products have been around for. collaboration and social networking is no longer limited to. adoption of new collaboration and social networking tools. MySpace and Facebook, or even social bookmarking and. networking, and content sharing features. and partners are already using public systems (e g , MySpace, Facebook) to engage with others about your products or.
  • WWW.ALEXBARNETT.NET  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2006
    [MySpace, Network] alexbarnett.net blog : Enterprise 2.0 and Culture Change
    In McAafee's experience, there are two types of early adopters of these types of technologies: Newbies and Techies: "'Newbies' here means new entrants to the workforce; as I wrote earlier , recent graduates find it natural to socialize, collaborate, and find what they're looking for via technology platforms (think of MySpace, Facebook, Flickr, Wikipedia, LastFM, del.icio.us, etc.). Lesson is that personal value precedes network value.
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2006
    [MySpace, Network] Let’s make libraries better, ok? | Information Wants To Be Free
    Join my blog network on Facebook Blog Networks « Go where the patrons are… literally | Home | Patience and staff buy-in » Let’s make libraries better, ok? manifesto, as I’ve been too busy over the past few months to follow the conversation closely, but it sounds like it is something along the lines of integrating new technology in libraries to support the needs of the generations that have grown up using social software and other networking tools.
  • INFORMATION WANTS TO BE FREE  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2006
    [MySpace, Network] Let’s make libraries better, ok? | Information Wants To Be Free
    Join my blog network on Facebook Blog Networks « Go where the patrons are… literally | Home | Patience and staff buy-in » Let’s make libraries better, ok? manifesto, as I’ve been too busy over the past few months to follow the conversation closely, but it sounds like it is something along the lines of integrating new technology in libraries to support the needs of the generations that have grown up using social software and other networking tools.
  • BHC3.WORDPRESS.COM  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 4, 2009
    [MySpace, Network] Do Companies Need Social Media Managers? " I'm Not Actually a Geek
    Data Privacy, Data Ownership and Who You Trust « I’m Not Actually a Geek on Three Reasons Facebook’s TOS Data Policy Doesn’t Worry Me synapticlight on We Are What We Publish - Analyze Your Blog’s Myer-Briggs Personality with Typealizer Joe on Three Reasons Facebook’s TOS Data Policy Doesn’t Worry Me FriendFeed: Social Network? « I’m Not Actually a Geek on Workplace Productivity vs. Tracking the “Flow&# FriendFeed: Social Network?
  • WWW.OPENPARENTHESIS.ORG  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007
    [MySpace, Network] Open Parenthesis » Liveblogging Enterprise 2.0 - How to build solutions people actually use
    Social networking, smart, almost spying on you (you’ve got to be careful) with companies like visible path. The broad trend, even in the enterprise, is increasing openness, especially as the MySpace generation enters the workforce. facebook Flash forrester Free Software Gadgets gartner google Linux Marketing miro NGI openID Open Source Optaros OSCON Plugin Research RSS social media social networking sxsw07 Travel tripit Twitter Ubuntu ugc Video Web 2.0
  • WWW.OPENPARENTHESIS.ORG  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007
    [MySpace, Network] Open Parenthesis » Liveblogging Enterprise 2.0 - Suite Two panel
    Also generational -people who grew up doing their homework on myspace when it was called cheating, they get to work and it is called collaboration. There are network effects and serendipity that comes from multiple different platforms moving in an enterprise - so don’t completely migrate to one and only one.
  • BLOG.GARTNER.COM  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 2008
    [MySpace, Network] KM - use it or lose it
    OK, OK, I am not suggesting spending all day on Internet gaming or checking out myspace or YouTube; but if you are focused on supporting user-driven applications, then you need to find ways to stay in-tune with and ahead of what your users are using at home, because sooner or later (good, bad or ugly) they are going to ask you to support this type of paradigm in the workplace. Increasingly, many users see access restrictions as similar to network faults: a minor irritation to route around.
  • WWW.MCKINSEYQUARTERLY.COM  |  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2009
    [MySpace, Network] Six ways to make Web 2.0 work - The McKinsey Quarterly - Six ways Web 2.0 work - Business Technology - Application Management
    Social-networking Web sites, such as Facebook and MySpace, now attract more than 100 million visitors a month. The most widely used are blogs, wikis, podcasts, information tagging, prediction markets, and social networks (Exhibit 2). These applications focused primarily on improving the effectiveness and efficiency of known business processes within functional silos (for example, supply-chain-management software to improve coordination across the network).
  • STRANGE.CORANTE.COM  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 2008
    [MySpace, Network] An adoption strategy for social software in enterprise. Strange Attractor: Picking out patterns in the chaos
    He uses blogs, social networks, Web 2.0 « My network, my tools. Your network, MySpace. Julius Says: April 14th, 2006 at 6:41 pm I’m building a decentralized charity website with social network aspects that should be so scalable that it will include every charity in the world.
  • TRACTION.TRACTIONSOFTWARE.COM  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2008
    [MySpace, Network] Traction Software, Inc. | Pros and Cons of Emergence
    Water Cooler ROI - Putting Social Software to Productive Work Blog991 : March 3, 2009 ; Posted by Jordan Frank Matt Hodgsons the ROI of Being Social at Work points to recent MIT research suggesting 40% of productivity for creative teams is a direct result of communication and employees with the most extensive digital networks are 7% more productive. As discussed at the conclusion of So, What About Enterprise Social Networking? So, What About Enterprise Social Networking?
  • TRACTION.TRACTIONSOFTWARE.COM  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2008
    [MySpace, Network] Traction Software, Inc. | The Yin and Yang of Enterprise 2.0
    Water Cooler ROI - Putting Social Software to Productive Work Blog991 : March 3, 2009 ; Posted by Jordan Frank Matt Hodgsons the ROI of Being Social at Work points to recent MIT research suggesting 40% of productivity for creative teams is a direct result of communication and employees with the most extensive digital networks are 7% more productive. As discussed at the conclusion of So, What About Enterprise Social Networking? So, What About Enterprise Social Networking?
  • BHC3.WORDPRESS.COM  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 2009
    [MySpace, Network] Microblogging Will Marginalize Corporate Email " I'm Not Actually a Geek
    Comment by Hutch Carpenter — March 13, 2009 @ 9:04 am Reply interesting email has revocation who knew(i assume Eric was talking about no revocation here) has some one not told Eric that OSI Mail lost ot the that shoddy RFC 822 crap Comment by Neuromancer — March 13, 2009 @ 8:55 am Reply I hate the term “microblogging&# almost as much as I despise “blogosphere&# — I think of Twitter as hyper-networked instant messaging.
  • WWW.OPENPARENTHESIS.ORG  |  SUNDAY, JULY 27, 2008
    [MySpace, Network] Open Parenthesis » Davenport v. McAfee: Can we get any disagreement?
    DF: Will this all get assimilated into SAP and Oracle, or will the myspace / myblog / mywiki approach overtake the system? facebook Flash forrester Free Software Gadgets gartner google Linux Marketing miro NGI openID Open Source Optaros OSCON Plugin Research RSS social media social networking sxsw07 Travel tripit Twitter Ubuntu ugc Video Web 2.0 Home About Contact Code Archives June 18, 2007 « Previous Post: Fragile connection - hold tight Next Post: Assemble Enterprise 2.0
  • WWW.OPENPARENTHESIS.ORG  |  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2007
    [MySpace, Network] Open Parenthesis » Davenport v. McAfee: Can we get any disagreement?
    DF: Will this all get assimilated into SAP and Oracle, or will the myspace / myblog / mywiki approach overtake the system? facebook Flash forrester Free Software Gadgets gartner google Linux Marketing miro NGI openID Open Source Optaros OSCON Plugin Research RSS social media social networking sxsw07 Travel tripit Twitter Ubuntu ugc Video Web 2.0 Home About Contact Code Archives June 18, 2007 « Previous Post: Fragile connection - hold tight Next Post: Assemble Enterprise 2.0
  • CONNECT.EDUCAUSE.EDU  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2008
    [MySpace, Network] Minds on Fire: Open Education, the Long Tail, and Learning 2.0 (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE CONNECT
    New kinds of online resources—such as social networking sites, blogs, wikis, and virtual communities—have allowed people with common interests to meet, share ideas, and collaborate in innovative ways. Today, there are about one million people engaged in developing and refining open source products, and nearly all are improving their skills by participating in and contributing to these networked communities of practice.
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