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The Knowledge Hub – part 3 :User Experience (UX)

The Knowledge Hub – part 3 :User Experience (UX)

I thought it was probably about time to post an update about the Knowledge Hub; I’ve had my head under the bonnet of the technology for longer than I had intended and given the proximity of the Beta release in April this year I should probably surface for air and reorientation. Background Given it’s been a couple of months since I last posted on this topic, a quick recap on what this is all about: The concept for the Knowledge…

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Online Information 2010 – countdown

Online Information 2010 – countdown

I’m privileged to be chairing this year’s Online Information Conference, which starts this Tuesday, 30th November and runs until 2nd December. The conference is linked with the Online Information Exhibition, with over 200 international exhibitors and more than 9,000 attendees from over 40 countries across the globe. The exhibition covers 6 different subject areas: Content Resources, ePublishing Solutions, Library Management, Content Management, Search Solutions and Social Media. It’s hard to believe that 12 months have elapsed since the previous conference….

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Knowledge Hub Linked Data Spend App.

Knowledge Hub Linked Data Spend App.

The confluence of a number of initiatives around the UK Government’s transparency agenda has opened up a significant and exciting opportunity to deliver the first of a number of applications that will be made available in the Knowledge Hub App Store. The foundations for this initiative include: 1. The transparency agenda requirement for all authorities to openly publish spending data in reusable from January 2011 onwards. 2.  Announcement about the publication of Government spending data 3. LG Group Practitioner Guide to…

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Knowledge Hub (part 2)

Knowledge Hub (part 2)

It’s taken a while for me to get around to posting an update to my “Knowledge Hub Part 1” post, mainly as a result of being fully immersed in the technology procurement process these past several months. This phase is now almost complete and we will shortly be starting on the actual development of the Hub, so now seems to be an opportune moment to remind everyone what this Knowledge Hub thing is, and to give a first airing of…

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Managing Beyond Web 2.0 – MkKinsey Article

Managing Beyond Web 2.0 – MkKinsey Article

A recent McKinsey & Co article advocates that organisations should start preparing now for when Web 2.0 morphs into Web 3.0.  The article doesn’t really expand on what it means by ‘Web 3.0’, but there are a few useful nuggets, such as: Using social networks to listen to what customers are saying (read ‘citizens’ for public sector organisations) Rather than pushing messages at consumers (citizens), isten to them and think constantly about ways to activley engage with them. Experiment with…

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Knowledge Hub – part 1

Knowledge Hub – part 1

This is the first opportunity I’ve had to write anything about the Knowledge Hub (Khub) Advisory Group meeting that took place last week (17th September) in London, though a number of my colleagues have been pretty active in the blogosphere and twitterverse on the topic. In particular I found Ingrid Khoeler’s post pretty much spot on and wondered if indeed if I had anything more to say on the topic. Well, clearly yes, because I’ve started this post! Maybe I…

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Web 3.0 and the Semantic Web (Video)

Web 3.0 and the Semantic Web (Video)

I found this to be an excellent overview of the current evolution of the web, and a good layman’s guide to the Semantic Web or Web3.0. The original video can be found at the STI International website. Feel free to share…

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