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Triple X Niche Case Study Update: Expenses Report

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Many of you have been following the case study closely on the forums and I’m proud to announce the threads have been viewed over 40,000 times with over 30 case studies being shared there. If you would like more information on these tools, be sure to follow my thread (stickied at the top) on the case studies forum.

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Six degrees of separation in instant messaging | Emerging Technology Trends | ZDNet.com

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Get Emerging Tech via: Mobile. According to Nature in ‘ Six degrees of messaging ,’ computer scientists at Microsoft Research Redmond lab have logged a full month of instant messengers using — logically — Microsoft Messenger. Newsletters. Site Assistance. News & Blogs. White Papers. Emerging Tech.

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New Communication Tech and Work Literacy Presentation

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This was a presentation to instructional design researchers advocating for more research and coordination in developing skills for the 21st century at all levels of schooling. This was a presentation to instructional design researchers advoca more. ® Introduce Web 2.0 ® communication (mobile ï?® « Prev.

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Connecting 2 the World: Lessons learned from New Communication Technologies in Organziational Life

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As I had been doing a lot of research on social networking, the department head and myself came up with a course named New Communication Technologies in Organizational Life. e-mails, im, even written documentation such as blogs and discussion forums). Corporate Policies on Web 2.0. Creating a Research Agenda.

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Is Social Media the Final Frontier of Marketing?

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Even a recent thread on Cre8asite Forums discussed this, kicking off by someone stating they find social media very intimidating. Anyone can visit online meeting places like Digg and Reddit and promote the voices and opinions of others, and anyone can mobilize a group of people around a common cause on Facebook or elsewhere.

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An Interview with Blogger Bob From TSA's Evolution of Security.

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From what I’ve heard and read, one of the largest hurdles to clear is getting leadership to buy off on Web 2.0, The blog has allowed us to become much more transparent and even those who would rather see TSA fail have commended us for allowing a forum for them to vent. but in our case, the Grand Poobah wanted it.

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10 Community Manager Responsibilities that Don't Involve Twitter.

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Larger companies may mobilize a large fundraiser, but smaller companies can host smaller community drives as well. Work With Web Developers to Update Your Site for Web 2.0 The difference is updating your website to Web 2.0. Once the web 2.0 Once the web 2.0