Continuing further with the frenzy of shorter blog posts as well as injecting some rich media into this blog, I thought I would go ahead today and share one of the most impressive and inspirational videos I have bumped into for a long while! And I mean, in a long while! It is coming from … Continue reading An Anthropological Introduction to YouTube by Michael Wesch
After a couple of days off from my regular blogging activities, as I went on a business trip to Madrid for a couple of days end of last week to share some more thoughts and insights on social software adoption at an internal event, I am now back once more. Yes, I am back home … Continue reading The Twitter Experiment – By Dr. Monica Rankin
As you may have noticed, over the last few days I haven’t been blogging much over here in this blog, mainly due to lots of things happening while at work (Some of which I am hoping to be able to share plenty more about over the next few days…, specially since it deals mostly with … Continue reading The Machine Is Us/ing Us – Transcending the Web
As I have been hinting in a couple of previous blog posts, I am on the road again (Goodness! That’s probably the phrase I have used the most this year! heh), although this time around a lot closer than in most business trips I have done lately. Yes, that is right. I am in Madrid … Continue reading Trip to Madrid to Participate in the IBM Innovation Summit Pro-Voke
There is nothing like getting started with another week at work by bumping into one video clip that you wish you would have been involved with big time. There is nothing like getting started with another Monday by watching and being inspired by, yet again, one wonderful video that clearly defines where we are heading. … Continue reading A Vision of Students Today – The Workforce of Tomorrow
Oh, boy, it sounds like this was one of those weeks where I should have been on holidays, because so far, over the last couple of days, I have been just as productive as I would have been if I were on vacation. Nothing. Zero. Nada. Yes, indeed, I am still suffering from the Windoze … Continue reading Information R/evolution
Tags: Social Computing, Web 2.0, Social Software, Social Networking, Michael Wesch, Knowledge Sharing, Knowledge Management, KM, Collaboration, Communities, World Wide Web, Deus Remember when not too long ago I mentioned how I was actually quite content with having, once and for all, my blogroll updated over here and how I said we are all what … Continue reading Web 2.0 … The Machine is Us/ing Us – On What the World Wide Web Was Ever Meant to Be?