Wed.Mar 16, 2011

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Chrysler tweet: an issue of process

Community Guy

virtual s$%tstorm was brought down on Chrysler, who in turn fired their agency, who in turned fired the employee. Looking… yep, no hands raised.

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Overcoming Information Overload on the Web: Part 1: Too many sources, too many events.

Portals and KM

This is the first of a three part series on how the Darwin Awareness Engine ™ addresses some of the key problems generated by information overload on the Web. The Awareness Engine is a Web aggregation utility for anyone needing to maintain awareness of emerging events from the Internet and intranet.     

Carfi recaps SXSW 2011

Community Guy

Recently hired Ant, Chris Carfi recaps his experience at SXSW 2011. This one is worth the watch/listen. An Ant’s Eye View of SXSW 2011.

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Google Enhances the Discussion Capabilities in Google Docs - I Like It

Michael Sampson - Currents

Creating comments in documents is a start—but comments can be overwhelming and at times feel one-sided with no resolution. My Comments. 1. like it.

Breaking the mold at SXSWi using Gamification Techniques

Ant's Eyeview Blog

Here is the short write up that captured the spirit of my emotions: Tired of @#%ing Social Media Experts? The worst answer will lose their seat.

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Room for Progress in Online Participation for Open Government: Tim Bonnemann at SXSWi

Influence

I had a chance to catch up with Tim Bonnemann of Intellitics.com. During our conversation, he mentioned how much of the recent focus of "open government" has been on transparency and open data, and he sees less attention to online consultations and online participation. For example, see " How the Open Government Dialogue got slimed."

Collaborative Decision Making - the IBM Approach

Michael Sampson - Currents

IBM is hosting a webinar next week on making decisions collaboratively using Cognos Business Intelligence and Lotus Connections : " IBM Cognos Business Intelligence provides built-in collaborative and social networking capabilities to fuel the exchange of ideas and knowledge that naturally occurs in decision-making processes today. My Comments. 1.

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Is big society rhetoric becoming counter-productive?

Neighbourhoods

I heard today from a practitioner working at area level in a northern town, the strong impression that residents are distrustful of big society rhetoric and negative about any association with it. So in this particular area at least, it would be a mistake to label anything as ‘big society’. Big Society

Kraft Foods - "Social business is not just about technology"

Michael Sampson - Currents

NewsGator is hosting a webinar next week, at which Vinicius from Kraft Foods and Doug from Microsoft will talk about social business being about more than just the technology : " Kraft Foods is in the middle of a dramatic transformation to embed innovation into every aspect of its business. Registration is required.

Carfi recaps SXSW 2011

Community Guy

Recently hired Ant, Chris Carfi recaps his experience at SXSW 2011. This one is worth the watch/listen. An Ant’s Eye View of SXSW 2011.

Martin White's Book Turns Up - But Without a Signature!

Michael Sampson - Currents

Look what I got in the mail today! What an awesome day for Martin's book to turn up. but it's not signed :-(. Review of Part 1. Foundations. Good call.

Chrysler tweet: an issue of process

Community Guy

virtual s$%tstorm was brought down on Chrysler, who in turn fired their agency, who in turned fired the employee. Looking… yep, no hands raised.

Turning 39, March 17

Michael Sampson - Currents

It's that day again. The second post on this blog, back on March 20, 2006 , was about turning 34. Now another five years have shot passed. Thank you for reading my work, following my blog, and allowing me to serve you. Michael's Happenings

My Favorite Tweets for April 1 - 15 2011

Portals and KM