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Journalism Is Not Content Marketing

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I didn't consider that "true" journalism. I always held journalism to a higher standard. Real journalist (and, yes, I knew many back then) were doing the work of the community. They, in fact, were acting on all of our behalf to make our communities much more transparent.

From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories

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From shared databases to communities of practice: A taxonomy of collaboratories. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication , 12 (2), article 16. From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories. The types are: Distributed Research Centers, Shared Instruments, Community Data Systems, Open Community Contribution Systems, Virtual Communities of Practice, Virtual Learning Communities, and Community Infrastructure Projects.

Anecdote: Most Significant Change - a primer

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Company Profile. Communities of practice. Davies (2003). The American Journal of Evaluation 24(2): 137. 2003). Consulting Services. Keynote Speaking. About Us. Workshops & Seminars. Whitepapers. Anecdote Associates. Clients. Contact us. Categories. Anecdotes. Blogging. Books. Change management. Collaboration. Complexity. Culture. Expertise location. Facilitation. Intervention design. Knowledge. Knowledge circulation. Most Significant Change. Narrative.

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The Internet Could Be Closed For Business

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When I first started blogging and podcasting (in 2003), the Internet was both an open and a closed environment. People were publishing online journals and creating communities around very obscure areas of interest. While companies like Google may argue that closed is bad, it's important to realize that human beings seem drawn to closed environments - especially for more nascent products and services. online community. online journal. Once upon a time.

eLearning & Deliberative Moments: The present and future of Personal Learning Environments (PLE)

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In universities, VLEs often act as secure gateways to digital indexes and research journals. On the other hand, in Europe more sites use inhouse and open source implementations (Vuorikari, 2003). 2003). eLearning & Deliberative Moments.

Text Messages Sent by Cellphone Finally Catch On in U.S. - WSJ.com

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Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. Verizon Wireless reports that its subscribers sent more than 10 billion text messages in 2004 -- more than three times the number in 2003. Wireless company executives acknowledge that its not easy to persuade ordinary Americans to add a new category to their cellphone bills. Cellphone carriers often split the revenue with the hosts when their subscribers send messages to other community members. August 11, 2005.

How to Save the World - PKM An Update

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I first got interested in the idea of bottom-up knowledge management, focused on the unique needs of each front-line employee, in 2003, my last year as Global Director of Knowledge Innovation for a major professional services firm. While we did not coin the term, what we use the term to mean has received considerable uptake in the KM community, and is starting to be used, at least in part and in pilots, in quite a few organization. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities.

Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.

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The feeling of community, and “we’re all in this together&# is slipping away. Both companies (as well as a second tier of contenders) are working on new features and ramping up their business development teams. Larger space, more interesting companies, and better production overall. I went to a session yesterday and then 2 today, “workshops&# none the less, that were simply companies touting their wares.

PKM and the Organization - Pollard

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Many companies that jumped early onto the KM bandwagon have all but abandoned it, while many organizations that waited are now repeating the mistakes of the pioneers. Organizations provided staff with access to the Internet, but most of those who were inclined to use it already had it at home and were using it there, without the restrictions imposed by the company -- so that, too, was of marginal benefit. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company.