Earlier on today, I bumped into one of those blog posts that you know is not going to leave you indifferent; quite the opposite, because it touches base on a growing trend that you know is going to cause plenty of trouble ahead, specially for most businesses out there who[…]
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After the amazing reactions from yesterday’s blog post on Defining Knowledge Management and Enterprise 2.0 (Still catching up with some of the wonderful commentary, by the way, which I will certainly get back to shortly to keep adding further on to the various conversations) I thought I would put together[…]
The last couple of blog posts have been on the long side of things, thus I thought I would take the opportunity to share a much shorter one today so that you have got a good opportunity to check out a couple of interesting presentations I have bumped into and[…]
I guess it’s about time that I get back on track with things and share with everyone out there the weekly progress reports I have been collecting since last time I blogged about this subject, where I presented, amongst several other things, what my new challenge would be like for[…]
Over the last couple of weeks I have been blogging a couple of times around the topic of figuring out the Return of Investment (a.k.a. ROI) of Social Software, with the latest instance over at "IBM Lotusphere 2009 Highlights – The Business Value of Collaboration Software". To continue further with[…]
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[…]