Tags: Twitter, Chronicles, Second Life, Virtual Worlds, Metaverse, Social Computing, Knowledge Management, KM, Learning, eLearning, Collaboration, Knowledge Sharing, Communities, Slideshare, eFoundations, Machinima, Virtual Collaboration, Online Collaboration, Remote Collaboration Ha! And then they say that twittering hasn’t got any value add to knowledge workers. That is funny! Earlier on today one[…]
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Following up further with that series of blog posts I started a couple of weeks ago, where I would begin another week at work with an inspiring video clip or a story to share across (Remember The Mountain?), I thought I would get things going this time around not with[…]
At a time where a good number of folks have been validly questioning the future of blogging as we know it, and perhaps venture into what that future may hold for such an important aspect of social computing as the Act of Blogging itself, both Internet and Corporate Blogging, or[…]
I know I was initially supposed to provide some sort of semi-live con-blogging experience at Lotusphere while I was there, but I must say that with all of the excitement of meeting a bunch of the folks I have been hanging online with for a while and also trying to[…]
Today has been one of those days where my regular social networking activities in general have been rather light and slow, more than anything else because of a rather hectic day with meetings and conference calls, along with one other special event I was invited to participate in and which[…]
While James Dellow, over at ChiefTech has put together a really nice and well thought out blog post under The Potential for Enterprise Metaverses where he is actually exploring further the role of virtual worlds (i.e. Second Life) to enhance the overall business collaboration and eLearning experiences in the corporate[…]