A couple of weeks ago, the amazingly talented Dion Hinchcliffe put together a blog post under the title of “The 2010 Social Business Landscape” that would probably classify as one of the most insightful, resourceful and essential articles published during the course of this year that everyone in the industry[…]
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Evolving Social Bookmarking Tools for the Corporate Markets – Towards Enterprise Social Software Adoption
In a recent follow up post from Dennis McDonald, regarding a weblog post I created last Friday commenting on the second episode of the podcast I did with the Shortcuts team around social bookmarking, he actually gets to share some interesting comments that I thought would be really worth while[…]
A couple of weeks back you would remember how I created a weblog post where I was mentioning my recent participation in one of the episodes from the popular Shortcuts podcast around the subject of social bookmarking, what it was and why you would want to start making use[…]
Yesterday, Bill Ives created another interesting weblog post where he provided some further detailed information on one of beta tools that IBM is making use of for social bookmarking: Dogear. He briefly mentioned as well how he recently attended an IBM media event on the same subject, and which I[…]
Yesterday evening Mike (Thanks, Mike, and welcome to elsua!), one of the folks behind BlinkList, shared over at Web Links and Thoughts To Revisit the following comment that I thought was worth while a reply to on a separate weblog post to provide some further insights: “Why use so many[…]
After having put together last couple of blog posts about some of my reflections from the year we are about to end around The Social Web and Technology in general, I guess it’s now a good time to share with the world the third one from the series. The one[…]