Continuing further with the topic of Team-Building Key for the Virtual WorkPlace and touching specifically on the topic of trust I thought I would share with you, folks, one of those presentations that after you watch it it makes you think about the subject presented in a new and refreshing way and certainly will not … Continue reading Identity 2.0 – Identity Is Really Reputation
Not long ago I created a couple of weblog posts around the topic of virtual teams and how to make them much more productive while sharing knowledge and collaborating with one another without having a significant impact in their performance. Back then, I mentioned how trust and fun can certainly improve things to help those … Continue reading Team-building Key for Virtual Workplace
One of the things that the web has got to offer is the possibility of bumping into different interesting articles that certainly provide some thought-provoking insights about team work and collaboration worth while going through several times to digest them. That is what happens with articles such as this one: Team Building Humor Strengthens a … Continue reading Team Building Humor Strengthens a Team Identity or Spirit
If you have been visiting my weblog going through the direct link as opposed to the actual syndication feed you will have noticed by now a couple of changes on the actual weblog template itself. The most notorious one and the one for which this weblog post is meant is Swicki. And the reason why I think … Continue reading Swicki – Community-Powered Search at Its Best
I have been out on the Internet since, more or less, beginning of 1997 (Yes, I know, quite some time already), and back then and for a number of different years I started to use different Instant Messaging tools in order to get in touch with my colleagues, friends and family. That is why in … Continue reading Giving Up on Instant Messaging
I am sure that by now you have read all about the article recently published over at the Financial Times around the topic of weblogging: Whos afraid of the big, bad blog? by Kevin Allison and, most importantly, you have also read about the different commentaries it has sparkled all over the Blogosphere over the last … Continue reading Who Is Afraid of the Big, Bad Weblog?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) For those people familiar with tagging and folksonomy, from where del.icio.us may be the most representative example, what I am about to post may no come as a surprise but for those folks who may not be familiar with those terms or who may not even have heard about TagCloud … Continue reading Tagalag – Tagging Taken to the Extreme
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) Yes, I know, I know. Rumours are not a good thing and we can see that in a previous occasion where I mentioned briefly the potential acquisition of Meetro by Google it didn’t end up with the expected results, to say the least. However, this time there may be something … Continue reading And Off We Go with Another Rumour – Is It not That Fun or What ?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) A few days ago I was reading the interesting interview that took place over at the Inner Circle Program for Information Technology Leaders on the topic of Blogging in Business where both Tim Bray and Simon Phipps were interviewed and I just couldn’t help making a couple of comments on … Continue reading Blogging on Business
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) WOW ! I just couldn’t help posting another weblog entry about the latest, and awesome, plugin for Skype called Video4Skype and which I talked about yesterday. So far today I have been trying it out with a couple of friends and work colleagues and I am very much impressed not … Continue reading Social Networking and Video4Skype