Tags: IBM, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Social Media, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Knowledge Management, KM, Collaboration, Communities, Social Networks, Lotusphere 2007, Lotus Connections, Lotus Quickr, Lotus Sametime, Lotus Sametime 7.5, Lotus Notes, Lotus Notes 8, Jeremiah Owyang, Ben Edwards, James Snell, Weblogs, Wikis, Tagging, Podcasting, Videocasting, Business Value, ROI As I get to … Continue reading Social Computing at IBM – By Ben Edwards and James Snell
Tags: Metablogging, Blog Tag, Tagging, Jeff Pulver, Webloggers, Weblogs, James Snell, SoulSoup, Anol, DIM SUM, Basketball, University of Salamanca, English Degree, Movies, Soundtracks, Hotel, Denham Grey, John Tropea, Bill Ives, Dave Snowden, Larry Prusak, Shawn Callahan, Anecdote Yes, I know. It had to happen at some point. Sooner or later I would have to give … Continue reading Five Things Meme – On Stuff Hopefully You Didn’t Know about Me
Through Centrality Journal‘s weblog post on InformationWeek Curious About Social Network Business Model by Lynda Radosevich I have bumped into Thomas Claburn‘s InformationWeek news article titled Social Networking Connects For Businesses where Thomas questions the business value of social networking companies since they are not having concrete business models to rely on. And I must … Continue reading Social Networking Connects For Businesses
Over at Chronicles Beth has just shared a weblog post that I have enjoyed quite a lot, not only because of its message but also because of the scenario where it is coming from. The title of the weblog post is Centrality Journal and in it she is referencing another weblog around the topic of … Continue reading Social Networking – Is It Really That Funny?
Very few times have I bumped into a presentation material around the world of Learning and Knowledge that I may have enjoyed just as much as the one I have just been through from Jay Cross, over at Informal Learning. It is titled Informal Learning Research Findings and you can watch it over on Informal … Continue reading Informal Learning Findings – Additional Notes
Now that I have finished with the migration of the contents from my previous weblog into elsua I think it is about time that I get to weblog about something that happened a little while ago and that I am sure you have seen it already. But just in case, here it goes: IBM Podcast: … Continue reading Podcast : IBM and the Future of Our Past
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) How many times have you had to type the same password all over the place to access whatever the application you would need to access? How many different passwords you have got for all those web sites or applications that you visit / use once or twice and by the … Continue reading Simple Single Sign-on