We are only just starting to savour the really good flavours left behind after the amazing IBM’s Lotus Knows IdeaJam (Which I talked about over here not long ago and which my fellow colleague, and good friend, Ed Brill, wrapped up quite nicely under "Thank you for participating in the Lotus Knows IdeaJam") that here … Continue reading IBM’s Smart Work Global Jam – Towards the Smarter Enterprise
Do you remember the blog post I shared over here a couple of days ago on "Us Now – On the Power of Mass Collaboration, Government and the Internet"? Well, it looks like there are some really good news available out there. The film is now online! Yes, indeed, over at Vimeo! I just got … Continue reading Us Now Film Now Online!
As you may well remember, not long ago I created a blog post where I was mentioning how I was going to be this week in Zürich, Switzerland, presenting as one of the keynote speakers at the Lotusphere Comes To You event. With the rest of the week on customer meetings & workshops talking about … Continue reading IBM Lotusphere Comes To You Highlights – Zürich March 2008
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: Social Media Today, Bulldog Solutions, Robin Carey, Online Communities, Virtual Communities, Communities, Rohit Bhargava, Gina Bianchini, Craig Cmehil, Julie Wittes Schlack, Learning, Collaboration, Knowledge Sharing, Knowledge Management, KM, Remote Collaboration, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Media, Social Software, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Twitter, Nancy White, Online Facilitation, Stephen Collins, Ning, Library 2.0, Pandemic Flu, … Continue reading Social Media Today – The Art and Science of Forming Successful Online Communities
Earlier on today, a colleague of mine at work shared with me an interesting article that not only is it thought-provoking but it could also mark the success, or not, from all of this social software and Web 2.0 related technologies hype that is going on at the moment. You may think that I may … Continue reading The World Is Round
As you may have seen / read already all over the place Habitat Jam is now closed already and ready to move on to the next stage, which is engaging further into the different conversations that have been taking place over the course of the 72 hours that it last. I have been able to … Continue reading Should Access to Information Technology Be a Human Right?