Tags: Technorati, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Management 1.0, Knowledge Management 2.0, KM 1.0, KM 2.0, Social Computing, Social Networking, Enterprise 2.0, Web 2.0, Dennis Howlett, James Dellow, Collaboration, Knowledge Sharing, Knowledge Workers, Innovation I *love* comments in weblogs. Don’t you? I mean, ever since I started weblogging about three years[…]
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Tags: Neil Ward-Dutton, Librarians, Library 2.0, Lotusphere2007, IBM Lotus Connections, Lotus Connections, Lotus, Knowledge Management, KM, Collaboration, Knowledge Sharing, Communities, Knowledge Managers, Collaboration 2.0, KM 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Dogear, Social Bookmarking, Social Computing, Social Software, Social Networking Phew! What a couple of days, folks ! To say that I have[…]
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[…]
I have always wondered when would articles like eMarketer‘s "Social Not a Threat to E-Mail" grab that opportunity of providing a bit more of extensive details on the transition that email is currently going through at the moment moving away from being, consistently, that content repository that fits, and suits[…]
Yes, indeed, it’s that time of the year, once again, and whether you are out there about to celebrate such time, or not, I thought I would drop by to share a couple of quick words (Just in case I may not be able to later on today, seeing how[…]
After last week’s blog post on "The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections — Collaborating Effectively through Wikis" in which I tried to cover in a few words a quick response to that really insightful article put together by Andy McAfee under the title "How I Learned to Stop[…]