Category Archives: Blogs

Is social networking learning?

Great post by Shannon Turlington on the question of whether social networking is learning.  A point often missed in this debate is the serendipity inherent in social networking that enables you to discover new knowledge – i.e. we don’t know … Continue reading

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Blogs vs. Wikis – the Kennedy, Nixon debate

Hat-tip to my colleague Michael Norton who told me about this video. I hadn’t associated blogs with Watergate until I saw this. Maybe there’s some truth in the notion that blog are on ‘the dark side’!

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Enterprise 2.0 – It’s more than just technology

Interesting commentary from Dion Hinchliffe about the changing business landscape being heralded on the back of the Enterprise 2.0 space, which Forrestor predicts will be a $4.6 billion (£2.3 billion) within 5 years. Dion goes on to reference the two … Continue reading

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Civil Serf Cornered

For anyone following the story in the UK press, and the churn in the blogosphere, it would seem the internet blogger who published accounts of life as a civil servant at the heart of the Brown Government has been identified … Continue reading

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Blogs in plain English

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Social Media User’s Bill of Rights

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Robert Scoble interview: How to read 622 RSS feeds each day

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New Facebook application – Blog Friends

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Blogging Policy

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Asking the wrong questions about colaboration

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