As time goes by, and we get to read more and more on the various benefits from making use of micro-blogging social software tools like Twitter, I thought I would share today a couple of comments on one particular blog post referencing one of those various benefits from such tools, and Twitter in particular, that … Continue reading Twitter and the Power of Micro-Blogging in Emergencies
It’s been over a month since I first started making use of Google Plus. Yes, me, too!, I still can’t believe I have been there for that long already! But I am back to Twitter. I am back to making active use of one of my favourite social networking tools out there, where I have … Continue reading Google Plus and Twitter – How They Work for Me Hand in Hand
At this point in time I am sure that, if you have been paying attention to the growing number of articles, blog posts, tutorials, education materials, helpful tips, useful resources, wonderful insights, etc. etc., you are probably starting to get some sort of what I have been starting to call Twitter fatigue. Yes, that’s right! … Continue reading Using Twitter in the Enterprise by Ed Yourdon
One of the main inhibitors with regards to a successful adoption of social software within the enterprise that I keep bumping into from fellow knowledge workers and, specially, their managers!, is that perception that social networking, you know, “things” like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the like are just for fun. Social spaces where you goof … Continue reading Social Networking Gets Serious – #prayforjapan
While the Internet blogosphere seems to have been taken by storm earlier on today on the recent acquisition from Jaiku by Google, here I am observing how it is all going to pace out over the course of time and reflecting at the same time some more on a follow up weblog post from Matt … Continue reading Micro-Blogging and The Obvious?
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