Remove Adoption Remove Blogging Remove Microblogging Remove RSS

Andyasks , and Hopes for Answers

Andy McAfee

Photo of Andrew McAfee Home Blog About RSS Andrew McAfees Blog The Business Impact of IT Tweet Andyasks , and Hopes for Answers by Andrew McAfee on November 25, 2008 I’ve been told by a few people that if I want to really understand the power of the microblogging utility Twitter (which I wrote about here and here ) I need to use it more broadly. Would it be possible for you to write a short blog posts summarizing the answers you get to spread the answer wealth?

Andyasks , and Hopes for Answers

Andy McAfee

Photo of Andrew McAfee Home Blog About RSS Andrew McAfees Blog The Business Impact of IT Tweet Andyasks , and Hopes for Answers by Andrew McAfee on November 25, 2008 I’ve been told by a few people that if I want to really understand the power of the microblogging utility Twitter (which I wrote about here and here ) I need to use it more broadly. Would it be possible for you to write a short blog posts summarizing the answers you get to spread the answer wealth?

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The To Tweet Or ReTweet Flowchart

Martijn Linssen

why not both Home About Contact Thursday, 13 January 2011 The To Tweet Or ReTweet Flowchart A few posts ago I blogged about behaving differently on Twitter or not. business exceptions|business rules|Globalisation|growth|information|knowledge|maturity|social media|standardisation|trust|Twitter| Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Search blog Loading. Subscribe Top Posts Generations, Social and Enterprise: adopt vs adapt Enterprise 2.0:

Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 : Andrew McAfee’s Blog

Andy McAfee

Andrew McAfee’s Blog The Business Impact of IT Home Home RSS Search Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 It wouldn’t be prohibitively difficult or expensive for enterprises to adopt 2.0 In an Apr 9, 2009 blog post ( [link] ) Andrew Gent did a great job responding to the question: ".

On value and valuation

Doc Searls

For example, RSS (currently getting more than 3 billion results on Google). We would hardly have blogging or online journalism without it. But Dave Winer , to his enormous credit, decided not to make RSS itself a business. He made RSS open infrastructure, just as Linus Torvalds did with Linux, and countless other geeks have done with their own contributions to the virtual lumberyard of free building material we use to make the online world.

Beyond Social Media

Doc Searls

That tweeting it is a private breed of microblogging verges on irrelevance. Look at four other social things you can do on the Net (along with the standards and protocols that support them): email (SMTP, POP3, IMAP, MIME); blogging (HTTP, XML, RSS, Atom); podcasting (RSS); and instant messaging (IRC, XMPP, SIP/SIMPLE). Even in cases where protocols were owned, such as by Dave Winer with RSS , efforts were made to remove ownership as an issue.).

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My 25 Years of Ed Tech

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I notice Weller cites Alan Levine's early use of BBS technology (it's unfortunate that this is the only bit of Levine's massive contribution he cites, and that it's nothing more than a comment on Weller's own blog). 1998 – Wikis Also: CMSs, RSS I didn't bother with Wikis.

Social (hiccup) CRM tools

Martijn Linssen

So, its from this perspective that I am writing this blog post Second, I overstretched on this post. Over 1,000 words in one blog post - consider yourself warned. Blogs, Forums, Chat, even a Tribal Knowledge base. However, they approach the world inside-out, like Lithium does: No need to chase people, content, or conversations across countless forums, blogs, or wikis. Stay in the know via email, RSS, dashboards, and more Listen up people, that is simply impossible.

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On value and valuation

Doc Searls

For example, RSS (currently getting more than 3 billion results on Google). We would hardly have blogging or online journalism without it. But Dave Winer , to his enormous credit, decided not to make RSS itself a business. He made RSS open infrastructure, just as Linus Torvalds did with Linux, and countless other geeks have done with their own contributions to the virtual lumberyard of free building material we use to make the online world.

Doc Searls Weblog · Beyond Social Media

Doc Searls

Doc Searls Weblog Home About Subscribe to feed ‹ A note to Comcast from a tiny minority • Colors of salt › Beyond Social Media November 11, 2009 in Berkman , Blogging , Business , Cluetrain , Events , Live Web , Politics | 60 comments Consider the possibility that “social media&# is a crock. That tweeting it is a private breed of microblogging verges on irrelevance. That’s why I bring up email, blogging, podcasting and instant messaging.

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CPsquare’s Connected Futures Workshop

Nancy White

Develop a deeper understanding of how new tools enable one another, are adopted and supported in communities. We will explore many readily available technologies, including web conferencing, teleconferences, blogging, RSS syndication, microblogging, social bookmarking and tagging, wikis, mashups, and social networking. It’s time to register for the Connected Futures Workshop that begins April 20. I’m on the team again this time holding the fort on week 4.

The Enterprise 2.0 Recovery Plan

Andy McAfee

Photo of Andrew McAfee Home Blog About RSS Andrew McAfees Blog The Business Impact of IT Tweet The Enterprise 2.0 As I got to work and tried to deliver results and benefits as quickly as possible, I’d be guided by a set of principles, many of which I’ve discussed in this blog: The company ‘knows’ the answers to our questions. A series of three blog posts on this topic is here , here , and here , and generated a raft of great comments.

E-Learning Generations

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

is arguably the development of blogging software, whichallowed people to easily create web content for the first time. Third, it brings in the idea of interoperability, first inthe form of syndication formats such as RSS, which allow us to share ourcontent easily with each other, but also later in the form or applicationprogramming interfaces, which allow one computer program on one website tocommunicate with another program on another website.