As I am starting to get ready (Leaving tomorrow morning) for the US trip to attend IBM’s Collaboration Best Practices, to be held in Somers, I just noticed over at Andy Piper’s weblog that there is a new version of Plazes, although the Plazer seems to be the same still version. If you would remember, … Continue reading All New Plazes, Still Beta
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) Through a work colleague of mine I have been checking out lately one interesting free offering that gives a true new meaning to the expression Location Awareness. It is called Plazes and if you are into social / groupware software then you must take a look into it because it … Continue reading Plazes – Location Awareness Meets Social Software at Your Service
If someone would have told me, some time last year, that things were going to be this busy at this time of the year, I would have told them they would be crazy! Alas, it is me the one who is going crazy! Wonderfully crazy, if I may say so! With no time to continue … Continue reading Trip to Hamburg to Present at Next08 – May 15th
Today is Blog Action Day! and I was actually pondering earlier on whether I would be one of the folks who would be creating a blog post related to the subject of the environment (or not), which is what Blog Action Day! tries to promote; every blogger creating a blog post for the day in … Continue reading Blog Action Day: The Role of Knowledge Management and Social Computing while Going Green
I am finally back home, folks, after a fantastic week in Cincinnati that I would be fully detailing in an upcoming weblog post shortly, thus expect weblogging to resume as usual over the next couple of days, after the usual catchup I would need to go through now. Yes, I know, too much e-mail, too … Continue reading elsua’s New Look
Last week Steven Tedjamulia created a weblog post that I feel should be a good reference to every single knowledge worker out there. Indeed, in How Knowledge Workers Would Like to Work Steven just mentions some of the details and key findings from a set of recent interviews he has done on how enterprise level … Continue reading How Knowledge Workers Would Like to Work
In the past you would remember how I have been weblogging a few times already about one particular application very handy specially for the mobile workforce. The application itself is called Plazes and you can find more information about it over here. The reason why I have always thought that this application would be very … Continue reading Have You Found Your Plazer Yet?
Back in October, and in quite a few posts, I weblogged about the huge potential that a recently started company around the world of Instant Messaging would be having as soon as it would get busy moving away from just being a fun tool to try out and progress into a much more business focused … Continue reading Time to Revisit Meetro Again!
Yesterday I created a post over at my other weblog (elsua @ ITtoolbox) with the title GROU.PS – Your Ideal Community Collaboration Tool Suite ? and while I was actually writing down my thoughts with that quick commentary on GROU.PS and while I was playing around with the application to see what it actually offers … Continue reading Is There Such a Thing as the Ideal Community Collaboration Tool Suite?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) While I was writing the previous weblog post on Wanting to Manage Tacit Knowledge? I popped over to Shawn’s weblog to check out if the links would still be active or not and right there I bumped into the following weblog entry: The role of instant messaging in communities of … Continue reading The Role of Instant Messaging in Communities