16 Tips for Using #hashtags HINT: You’re doing it wrong :P #socialmedia

Laurel Papworth

Without the hashtags, status updates, tweets, social objects sit there waiting for the subscribers to see it. Hashtags are about SEARCH and DISCOVERABILITY of social objects. TIP: Find your communities of interest and use those hashtags to get greater exposure to your social objects. Rarely searched for directly, more a descriptor the social object (status update or tweet) with an attached sentiment. Understand Folksonomy vs Taxonomy (free tagging vs categories).

Revisiting the Web 2.0 Dictionary - Part I

The Marketing Blog

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.

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Fifteen Years of Online Social Interactions

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Personal , Social Media > Fifteen Years of Online Social Interactions Fifteen Years of Online Social Interactions by Tamar Weinberg on May 19, 2008 Share Many tech geeks will often say that their first forays into cyberspace began with a 300 baud modem and a BBS. but I was an early adopter of social networks from when I first opened my 3.5″

Knowledge Worker 2.0 - Power to the people

Buzz Marketing for Technology

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. |.

Learning Effectiveness = Func[Individual and Network strength] " Viplav Baxi's Meanderings

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Learning Effectiveness = Func[Individual and Network strength]. Network Key Skill - More than Knowledge-able | Work Literacy. If learning effectiveness is seen as a function of network strength (defined as the quality and quantity of resources in an individual’s network that she can learn from), many new things become possible to investigate beyond simply ensuring accessibility to people and content. socal networking. social networks. About.

Ross Mayfield's Weblog: Elevating the Enterprise 2.0 Conversation

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Its time to elevate the conversation beyond features (wiki, blog, RSS, social networking, etc.), 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. My presentation at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference. View | Upload your own.

Intranet Blog :: E-mail fatigue

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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. If managed properly, the use of social media tools such as blogs and wikis can reduce e-mail volumes by as much as 30%. While blogs, wikis and other social media such as podcasts and social networking sites have taken the intranet by storm, these tools have not found the same level of success on the intranet.

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

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purposes include social bookmarking, wikis, podcasts, blogs, and software for personal expression and sharing (e.g., As an illustration, the Wikipedia entry on “social effect of evolutionary theory&# wrestles with constructing a point of view that most readers would consider reasonable, accurate, and unbiased without derogating religious precepts some might hold. Connect Home | About EDUCAUSE | Login. Home | About | Issue Archive | Media Kit | Subscribe.

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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? Yes, I may be getting much more heavily involved with the various social networking spaces that I get to hang out in, but that is a decision I have made for myself and rather consciously.