Revisiting the Web 2.0 Dictionary - Part I

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Folksonomy – Tom is a ‘photographer’ and he wants to share his ‘Goa trip’ photographs via the web. It is because Tom wants the photo-lovers community to take a look at his collection. Jack is searching for some ‘Goa pics’ and as a matter of fact locates Tom’s collection while browsing through the ‘Flickr’ stream. 3 Comments George September 3, 2008 at 10:53 pm The folksonomy isn’t the means my friend.

Ross Mayfield's Weblog: Elevating the Enterprise 2.0 Conversation

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community is uniquely prepared to solve. Flickr. folksonomy. Ross Mayfields Weblog. Markets, Technology & Musings. « Techmeme Persistent Search Feeds | Main. Enterprise 2.008 » June 12, 2008. Elevating the Enterprise 2.0 Conversation. UPDATE: Video of the keynote.

Knowledge Worker 2.0 - Power to the people

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Community. Scott Gavin Slide 38: Four quick take aways 70% of Folksonomy tag terms not in Taxonomy Jennifer Trant on Steve.museum project Slide 39: Four quick take aways 86% of workers use an unsupported tool at work to boost productivity Zen and the Art of Rogue Employee Management, Yankee Group, July 2007 Slide 40: Four quick take aways 65% of workers in big (>1000 employees) companies rely on each other, not management, to solve problemsâ?¦ Slideshare.net (beta).

A Seismic Shift in Epistemology (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE CONNECT

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reflects a shift in leading-edge applications on the World Wide Web, a shift from the presentation of material by website providers to the active co-construction of resources by communities of contributors. Wikipedia) help large numbers of people build online communities for creativity, collaboration, and sharing. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Flickr). media such as Wikipedia is peer-review from people seen, by the community of contributors, as having unbiased perspectives.

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Fifteen Years of Online Social Interactions

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I became a big fan of playing games (bingo especially) at a little hub on AOL called RabbitJack’s Casino , which was considered a unique community within the AOL borders with a close-knit group of people from all walks of life.