Well, after fully recovering from the user generated error from last week, here I am again, back in full force, ready to share some thoughts about some of the things that are going on in my mind at the moment. I must say that I mentioned earlier on that I thought I would go ahead … Continue reading Welcome to InnovationJam!
Some time ago I mentioned how I was actually going to attend the IBM Professional Technical Leadership Exchange, taking place in Madrid, to give a presentation on one of my favourite topics regarding Knowledge Management: Personal Knowledge Management. Well, this time around I am actually going to the US, Somers, NY, to provide another presentation … Continue reading IBM Collaboration Best Practices Conference – Somers, NY – July 2006
In the past I have been weblogging a few times already about one subject that I have always been very interested in: Personal Knowledge Management. Indeed, over the course of the years, and with the emergence of social software, I have been thinking more along the lines of how knowledge workers can actually make the … Continue reading Personal Knowledge Management Revisited
Last Friday you would remember how I created a weblog post around the Collaborative Web Tagging Workshop taking place this week in Edinburgh. Right then I mentioned that I would be sharing some of my thoughts on some of the different sessions that will be taking place and which I thought would be worth while … Continue reading Fringe Contacts – People-Tagging for the Enteprise
If yesterday I created a weblog post around the topic of Folksonomy in The Name Game – Where Folksonomy Meets Taxonomy I am sure that you would find today’s weblog post worth while reading on further as well. Earlier on this morning I was actually talking to one other weblogger who has done some incredible … Continue reading Collaborative Web Tagging Workshop – Edinburgh – May 2006
A few days ago, Dennis McDonald pointed me to a weblog post where a recent CIO article on tagging was mentioned. The article itself is titled The Name Game and it comes to talk about tagging in general with some special mention of how IBM is handling it within the corporation. Although it is a … Continue reading The Name Game – Where Folksonomy Meets Taxonomy
A few days ago Bill Ives was actually asking folks to chime into his weblog post on More Tagging Articles and share some additional articles or whatever resources that people may have found interesting and worth while mentioning around the world of tagging and, specially, enterprise tagging for an upcoming article on “enterprise social bookmarking … Continue reading More Tagging Articles – Enterprise Tagging
In the past you would remember how I have been creating a number of different weblog posts around the subject of social bookmarking indicating a good number of benefits in the Knowledge Management area about why people would want to make extensive use of such tools in order to be able to contribute to that … Continue reading Sociable – Bookmark That Weblog Post Now!
Every now and then I have got a tendency to check out my Technorati’s profile to see who is linking to my weblog because more than once I have been able to read some interesting and worth while mentioning weblog posts by other folks but this time around I bumped into another weblog post that … Continue reading Social Software in the Enterprise – Tacit vs. Explicit Knowledge
Earlier on today I created a weblog post in my Intranet weblog where I was making a little bit of an announcement that I knew quite a few people were quite happy to read about. For the last few years I have been using Opera as my default web browser for 99% of my Internet … Continue reading Changing My Default Web Browser to Something Else More Web 2.0