LinkedIn: So Popular Nobody Goes There Anymore? – Well, GreaterIBM Is Now There, Too!

Tags: IBM, GreaterIBM, Social Networking, Social Computing, Social Software, Social Networking Tools, LinkedIn, openBC, XING, Second Life, Jerry Bowles, Enterprise Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 You would remember how some time ago, a few months back, actually, I created a weblog post where I shared some details on an upcoming initiative from IBM related to Social … Continue reading LinkedIn: So Popular Nobody Goes There Anymore? – Well, GreaterIBM Is Now There, Too!

Shift Happens – The Future Office / Library in a Connected World

Over the course of the last few years I have been planting seeds all over the place. Usually, at other people’s gardens. It’s been a real treat, a true pleasure and an honour. I have always appreciated the opportunity to help amplify different conversations around topics I am very passionate about by sharing my two cents’ worth … Continue reading Shift Happens – The Future Office / Library in a Connected World

Unlearning

Back on January 20th, I celebrated (quietly) my 23rd anniversary in the IT industry. Quite an achievement, indeed, if you would ask me, for someone who graduated as an English teacher back in the day and who didn’t have much of an interest in technology in the first place. Sometimes, I still don’t! It feels like … Continue reading Unlearning

Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment – The Follow-Up

  Over the last few weeks I have been asked several times about how are things moving further along with my experiment in Twitter around #0Following and since it has been a bit over a year ago when I last published an article explaining what that experiment was all about and what I was learning from it at … Continue reading Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment – The Follow-Up