Last week one of the folks, Matthew Fairtlough, I have been working and collaborating with on something really cool, that involves as well the talented and natural storyteller Jemima Gibbons, and which I am sure I would be able to talk about very very soon, since it is just starting to come to life, shared … Continue reading What Are You Doing with That Duck?
A couple of days back you will remember how I put together a blog post on the topic of "Defining Knowledge Management and Enterprise 2.0 — Sharing Your Story", where I was mentioning how we would probably be much better off focusing on sharing (our) stories rather than trying to spend our time coming up … Continue reading How to Tell a Story by Scott Simon
I am not sure whether this blog post would eventually be classified as a highlight from the Enterprise 2.0 conference event in Boston or not, but certainly an annotation, or even an observation, on something that I thought was rather interesting and that struck me while I was participating from the various activities during the … Continue reading Enterprise 2.0 Highlights – Towards Living Intelligence
I tell you, it is starting to become some sort of an unstoppable addiction checking out all of these wonderful various interviews that both Oliver Marks and Stowe Boyd continue to carry out for their on-going Open Enterprise 2.0 initiative whose results and final outcome(s) they will be presenting at the upcoming Enterprise 2.0 conference … Continue reading Open Enterprise 2009 – Dion Hinchcliffe Interviewed by Stowe Boyd
For a good number of years, almost from the very beginning since I have gotten involved rather heavily with social software in my role both as a Knowledge Manager and Community Builder, I have been saying that the major drivers of social software adoption within the enterprise are communities, whichever flavour you would want to … Continue reading Launch Day of Communities and Networks Connection
Like I have just mentioned in a previous blog post, in a few hours from now I will be heading down to Orlando, FL, from Raleigh, NC (Where I have spent the last few days meeting up with my entire team), to attend and participate at the always exciting and exhilarating IBM event of events: … Continue reading IBM Lotusphere 2009 – Social Software Programs and Enablement Activities
As I have mentioned in yesterday’s blog post, I was planning to put together a number of different entries with the highlights from the superb EventoBlog 2008 that I attended in Seville, over the weekend, to then let you folks know some more of what the experience was like, my impressions, what I learned, some … Continue reading Evento Blog 2008 – Highlights (Cough, Cough)
It’s been a little while now since last time I posted about this. My holidays kicked in, a bunch of business trips followed and the usual catchup has delayed a bit the sharing of this blog post. Yes, indeed, as you may have seen it already, The Sweettt Show is back! And with that both … Continue reading The Sweettt Podcast – Episode 8 – Inside and Outside the Firewall – Part 1 of August 22nd Discussion
What an exciting day today! And what an exhausting one, too! After having travelled over 17 hours I am completely shattered, yet, the excitement I just mentioned is winning over the whole thing! My body just wants to go and get some night sleep. My brain and my heart though are just buzzing from what … Continue reading Getting Ready for IBM’s Web 2.0 And Beyond Starting Tomorrow!
TwitDir says that it is currently tracking 951,235 Twitter users. Yes, I know that for many other Web 2.0 applications available out there this sounds like peanuts, zero, nothing, zip, nada! However, if you come to think about it, having nearly one million end-users is way many more than what plenty of other applications would … Continue reading Social Networking – The Twitterverse Debates