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. As Thomas Vander Wal says, the folksonomy is a means for people to tag objects (web pages, photos, videos, podcasts, etc., The image on the left ( original source Thomas Vander Wal’s blog ) is an example of Narrow Folksonomy. 3 Comments George September 3, 2008 at 10:53 pm The folksonomy isn’t the means my friend.

Grow Your Wiki

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social. social media. Social Enterprise: Interview with 7thFloor Magazine. In the interview: Laurence Lock Lee explains how social network analysis reveals the connections between people and the resulting knowledge distribution network. About. Services.

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Ross Mayfield's Weblog: Elevating the Enterprise 2.0 Conversation

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Its time to elevate the conversation beyond features (wiki, blog, RSS, social networking, etc.), Ross Mayfield is the Chairman, President & Co-founder of Socialtext , the first wiki company and leading provider of Enterprise 2.0 folksonomy. Ross Mayfields Weblog.

Knowledge Worker 2.0 - Power to the people

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Social Media. Scott Gavin Slide 37: blogs wikis podcasts social networking online collaboration tagging social bookmarking from Meet Charlie: What is Enterprise 2.0? uses taxonomies, folk taxonomies and folksonomies Slide 59: Get the shirt! file/244008/, steve: the art museum social tagging [link] project unmanaging-unleashing-the-creative- [link] beast/ â?£ Slideshare.net (beta). My Slidespace. Upload. Community. Widgets. Latest. |. Most Viewed. |.

Intranet Blog :: E-mail fatigue

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3rd party services are usually owned by the individual not the company. a companys success in content management is inversely proportional to the amount of information that is exchanged over email.â?? Also helping overcome e-mail fatigue at leading organizations are effective policies on e-mail use and the use of social media such as wikis and blogs. Social media. Taxonomy driven folksonomy. Intranet Blog. Main Page. About Us / Contact Us. Applications.

Can Social Tools Really Replace Email? - They Already Are! (Part II)

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Networking. Can Social Tools Really Replace Email? As I have mentioned in a previous blog post this is Part II from the series of blog posts put together as a follow up from the various reactions from the Lifehacker blog post Can Social Tools Really Replace Email?

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