Bookmarks for May 11th through May 24th

Bookmarks for May 11th through May 24th

These are my links for May 11th through May 24th:

  • Beyond Web 2.0 and the Pragmatic Semantic Web 1.0 or Web 3.0? | Dugg Me – RT @DuggMe Beyond Web 2.0 and the Pragmatic Semantic Web 1.0 or Web 3.0? | Dugg Me http://bit.ly/X3kt1 (via @tweetmeme)
  • Pimp my browser: how to turn Firefox into a blogging machine – Ars Technica – Some great Firefox add-ons can turn the browser into a powerful blogging tool, so we wanted to highlight a few of the best. Ars explores a handful of add-ons that bring everything from scrapbooking, sharing, and automated content discovery to our beloved open source browser.
  • Home – Collaboration Project – Collaboration Project – The Collaboration Project is an independent forum of leaders committed to leveraging the interactive web and the benefits of collaborative technology to solve government's complex problems. Powered by the National Academy of Public Administration, this "wikified" space is designed to share ideas, examples and insights on the adoption of Web 2.0 technologies in the field of public governance.
  • conversation matters: Knowledge Management: Where We've Been and Where We're Going – Part Two – In this series I‘ve classified the evolving landscape of knowledge management into three categories. The first category is leveraging explicit knowledge and is about capturing documented knowledge and building it into a collection – connecting people to content. The second category is about leveraging experiential knowledge and it gave rise to communities of practice and reflection processes. It is primarily focused on connecting people to people. The third category is leveraging collective knowledge and it is about integrating ideas from multiple perspectives. Its medium is conversation in both its virtual and face-to-face forms.
  • Mash the State :: Getting government data to the people – A campaign to encourage UK government and public sector organisations to make their data available to the general public.

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