If you have been following this blog for a little while now, you would know how Personal Knowledge Management, a.k.a. PKM, or Personal Knowledge Sharing (PKS), whichever term you would prefer to make use of, has always been one of my favourite topics to talk about and share some further insights over here and elsewhere. It’s … Continue reading Personal Knowledge Management by Harold Jarche (BlueIQ Ambassadors)
I am sure you would agree with me that Social Computing, and, in particular, social software tools, still have got plenty of different challenges within the enterprise in order to provoke that massive cultural shift most of us have been looking forward to for a long while. One of those challenges has always been trying … Continue reading OpenNTF – Bookmark Viewer for IBM Lotus Connections Dogear
Continuing further with the weekly progress reports on my new mantra of giving up e-mail, as in corporate e-mail, here I am again with another progress report, this time for week 26, where, it looks like, things have gone back to normal a bit. Or so it seems. You would remember how, for week 25 … Continue reading Giving up on Work e-mail – Status Report on Week 26 (K.I.S.S. on Business Processes)
As time goes by, and we get to read more and more on the various benefits from making use of micro-blogging social software tools like Twitter, I thought I would share today a couple of comments on one particular blog post referencing one of those various benefits from such tools, and Twitter in particular, that … Continue reading Twitter and the Power of Micro-Blogging in Emergencies
Tags: IBM, Roo Reynolds, Meta Evangelist, Virtual Worlds, 3D Internet, Second Life, Metaverse, Serious Virtual Worlds 2007, Coventry, Dennis Howlett, Flickr, Last.fm, IBM Rocks, Darren Shaw, Daz, Twitter, Facebook, Slideshare, Social Software, Social Networking, Social Networks, Social Capital, Social Computing, Social Media, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Collaboration, Remote Collaboration, Communities During the course of yesterday, … Continue reading “Virtual Worlds for Corporate Collaboration” by Roo Reynolds
Tags: Mac, MacBook Pro, Apple, Dennis Howlett, AccMan, Simplicity, Productivity Tools, iLife, iLife08, Picasa, ecto, Qumana, endo, Omea Pro, Omea, iWork, iWork08, Lotus Notes, Lotus Notes 8, Notes 8, IBM, IBM Productivity Tools, Camtasia, Screencasts, iShowU, Web Standards A couple of days ago Dennis Howlett commented over at his blog AccMan on a recent post … Continue reading Finally Joining the *Expensive* Mac Side!
How many times have you tried to convince people about the business value of social software in the enterprise and failed in the attempt? How many times have you tried to describe different social computing terms to different folks and never managed to get the message across successfully? How many times did you wish you … Continue reading Social Software … in Plain English
Tags: IBM, Connections, Quickr, Lotus Connections, Lotus Quickr, Lotus Notes 8, Notes 8, Groupware, Screencasts, Demos, e-mail, Calendaring and Scheduling, Instant Messaging, Activity Centric Computing, Composite Applications, Mashups, Syndication, Newsfeeds, RSS, Atom, Integration, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Social Media, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Collaboration, Remote Collaboration It looks … Continue reading Lotus Notes 8 Demo – A Whole Lot More than Just Another E-Mail Client
Tags: IBM, Lotus, Lotus Connections, Connections, Lotus Sametime 7.5.1, Sametime 7.5.1, Lotus Notes, Lotus Notes 8, Notes 8, Lotus Quickr, Quickr, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Media, Social Software, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Content Management, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Collaboration, Communities, Personal Knowledge Management, PKM, Quickr Personal Edition, Quickr Standard Edition, Quickr Templates, Windows … Continue reading IBM Lotus Quickr Demo Now Available, Too!
Tags: IBM, IBM Lotus Connections, Lotus Connections, Connections, Profiles, Communities, Weblogs, Dogear, Social Bookmarks, Activities, Activity Centric Computing, Lotus, Screencasts, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Collaboration, Remote Collaboration, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 In the past, you would remember how there have been a number of times where I have … Continue reading IBM Lotus Connections Demo – The Real Thing!