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  • MADE BY MANY  |  TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010
    [Information] ARG-tastic, the world of the Alternate Reality Game.
    Before I go on… ARG = Alternative Reality Game – an interactive, cross-media narrative.  ARGs are cross platform games that explore storytelling in an interesting and non-linear way.  They tend to be used as a form of viral advertising, a way to get people involved and engaged in a product so they continue to support it. 
  • JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS COMMUNITY  |  SUNDAY, MAY 16, 2010
    [Information] Incredibly Dull: Lurking or Lost?
    Incredibly Dull About Me Andrew Gent View my complete profile Topics Information Architecture (27) Knowledge Management (59) Poetry (17) Technology (41) Video Games (21) Blog Archive ▼ 2010 (9) ▼ May (3) Lurking or Lost? "You are being redeployed." Part of what Stan is positing is true. Four at most. Less than 50%.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 2010
    [Information] Hey social web, a little privacy?
    Sound good? Then read on. Not everyone cares about privacy. But I for one do, and if you’ve got this far then clearly you do too. m concerned about Facebook’s new Like feature and its potential to detect websites I visit that carry it. m concerned about security holes and I’m concerned about political affiliations of social network owners.
  • P2P FOUNDATION  |  MONDAY, MAY 10, 2010
    [Information] Identifying and Understanding the Problems of Wikipedia’s Peer Governance
    Superb article from our friend Vasilis Kostakis, published in First Monday : Article: Identifying and understanding the problems of Wikipedia’s peer governance: The case of inclusionists versus deletionists. by Vasilis Kostakis. First Monday, Volume 15, Number 3 – 1 March 2010. Abstract. and “why does it happen?” are examined in this paper.
  • JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS COMMUNITY  |  THURSDAY, MAY 6, 2010
    [Information] Community service - The benefits of creating professional communities to share experiences and add to the collective pool of knowledge
    informal, but provided the colleagues with the. MARCH 2009 service management Community service many organisations have made extensive investment in hardware to improve the efficiency and. effectiveness of their field staff. While many. have been pleased with the results, some are. still looking for the elusive key that unlocks the. After.
  • P2P FOUNDATION  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2010
    [Information] OpenCourseWare: IS OPENNESS ENOUGH?
    Salvador pointed to the recent publication by the Spanish Ministry of Culture of the inform “The Electronic Book&# , which has been broadly criticized (see for instance ). A repost from Golpe de e-Estado. The project started modestly in 2002 with 50 courses published online. Stephen Carson presentation was focused on the impact of OCW.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2010
    [Information] RFID packaging as a real-life eco platform
    The packaging might have card inserts that show the product inside, nutritional information, offers etc. Wired have an interesting post about researchers in South Korea experimenting with semiconducting ink that would allow manufacturers to replace bar codes in supermarkets with RFID signals. Like glass, for example.
  • JOITSKE HULSEBOSCH  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 2010
    [Information] The dark side of online interaction
    The speed with which information is circulated on the Internet through blogs and twitter leads to hyping and creates room for manipulation. Continuous flow of information leading to the it-never-ends feeling. am excited about the new possibilities too and would not like to return to the days before social media. Or privacy issues.
  • P2P FOUNDATION  |  SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 2010
    [Information] Commons, Market, Capital and State (6): Water commons, community and state (part one)
    Massimo de Angelis , travelling in Bolivia now, filed the following report , which we’ll publish in two parts: Part 1: “Commons, understood generally as the autonomous institutions and practices of people self-organisations and self-help, are the backbone of people livelihoods all around the world.
  • ELSUA  |  MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2010
    [Information] A World Without Email – Year 3, Weeks 9 to 10 (EMail’s Reign Is Over, Social Networking Is The New King)
    I wasn’t planning on putting together another blog post so soon on the (no longer) weekly progress reports on my initiative of living " A World Without Email ", but then again late last week, and over the course of the weekend, I saw on my Twitter stream a whole bunch of retweets on what I thought was (Still is!) At least, for me!
  • COMMUNITY GUY  |  MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2010
    [Information] Honest Negotiation
    When my daughter was born, I dialed back on a lot of the personal information sharing I’d done prior to her birth. A couple months back, I had the pleasure of attending the Online Community Unconference. Anything less is the mark of the uncommitted. Bullshit. The answer is what you and the community work with decide on together.
  • JOITSKE HULSEBOSCH  |  MONDAY, APRIL 12, 2010
    [Information] Social media in organizations: a reality check
    Perhaps the way of working online, 'wikily' with a lot of information overload is not for everyone. It was exactly the application they needed to pass information between colleagues to about the topic of 'expertise'. This type of workshop is for us always a reality check. They associated it mainly as something that their children use.
  • GREEN CHAMELEON  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 2010
    [Information] Blog>> Spring Cleaning
    Now I know what information overload means… We’ll be sharing our office space from mid-April, and so we spent the day weeding, shredding and recycling the product of eight years of workshops. Is there a way of holding participatory workshops and not killing so many trees
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 2010
    [Information] Collaboration Approaches for Addressing Social Issues: Interview With David Witzel
    Let’s create an infrastructure that supports a sustainable economy like the internet is an infrastructure that supports information & collaboration. Cross-posted from the Good Ideas Blog : David Witzel has spent a lot of time thinking about online collaborative approaches to solving social issues. Every town in the US (the world?)
  • VALUE NETWORKS  |  MONDAY, APRIL 5, 2010
    [Information] How Value Network Insights Meets CIO Priorities
    The top three priorities of 2010, according to Gartner, are to improve business processes, increase the use of information and analytics, and reduce enterprise costs. Increasing the use of information and analytics Value Network Insights ™ uses existing data for predicting and optimizing performance.
  • NETWORKS COMPLEXITY AND RELATEDNESS  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 2010
    [Information] The Four SMs: Media SM
    Clay Shirky describes the phenomenon of the independent, blog-based information media as " mass amateurization." Last year I wrote a short series of blogs on the AppGap called the "3 KMs:" Big KM , Little KM , and Personal KM. It turned out that a number of people found this set of distinctions useful. just don't have a name for it yet.
  • P2P FOUNDATION  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010
    [Information] The problem with pharma patents, and the solution
    This system fulfils both conservative and progressive ideals simultaneously: it allows markets a greater role, eliminates government-granted monopoly patents, is anti-inflationary, information becomes more unbiased and rational, while promoting far better public health outcomes and eliminating this destructive form of corporate socialism.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2010
    [Information] iPhone Abroad: Usability Nightmare
    Apple apps are so zealous at informing you about the lack of a data network that they do so even when the app concerned doesn’t actually need one at all. There has to be a way for the phone to give you this information without annoying you to the point of wanting to smash the thing. This could take a while. No kidding?
  • ENDLESS KNOTS  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 2010
    [Information] Network participant survey results
    We all (every single one, apparently) filled out a survey about networks that can inform our forward movement including the creation of a community of practice around networks. As one who's participated in a number of communities of practice around networks, I'm interested to hear the results. strategies.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 2010
    [Information] We love awesome stuff: Vote for Policies
    It removes the party branding so people can get straight to the content and make informed decisions based on the policies they want to live with, rather than be nudged this way and that by the faces, rhetoric and theme songs those policies usually hide behind. Earlier this week, Stuart wrote about  viewing our competition as allies. Um, wow.
  • COMMUNITY GUY  |  MONDAY, MARCH 29, 2010
    [Information] Intuit on Amazon
    Although this has worked well for us to resolve issues and thank happy customers, there were certain instances where our comments provided important information and clarifications about the product and it was hard for customers to get to that information. Many companies struggle with the best way to engage users where they are.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 2010
    [Information] Interview: Stefanie Posavec, beautifier of literature
    David McCandless approached me to collaborate with him on a spread for his book Information is Beautiful. This is the second post in an ongoing series of interviews with ‘interesting’ people that the Made by Many crew find either inspiring, exciting, confusing or otherwise of note. Her site at www.itsbeenreal.co.uk Pleasonton.
  • NEIGHBOURHOODS  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 2010
    [Information] Practicalities of local online
    Tags: Information and communication networked neighbourhoods
  • MADE BY MANY  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 2010
    [Information] Transient permanence
    That dirty, high-friction mechanism for disseminating information. The data provided could update the information in the paper on the server so that the next run of print is totally current. Any statistical data or time-based information in the paper would be brought up to date with no manual intervention. Yeah, print. One-offs.
  • ELSUA  |  MONDAY, MARCH 22, 2010
    [Information] The Man Who Should The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections – Tag, You’re It!
    Yes, indeed, that specific online profile people can upload in a matter of seconds and find everything about you that you would think would be worth while knowing for others: a recent picture, your basic contact information, your default social software spaces (Your blog address, Twitter, whatever other profiling sites (LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.),
  • MADE BY MANY  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 2010
    [Information] It’s a wrap. SXSW over… ’til next year.
    His questions were more pointy and we actually gleaned some information from the interview. I wrote a week or so ago about what I wanted to get from South by South West. The standout moment for me was Clay Shirky’s talk “Monkeys with Internet Access: Sharing, Human Nature, and Digital Data.&# Clever. As a side point.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 2010
    [Information] SxSWi 2010: The Good Stuff (so far)
    Below are my notes and impressions: Wind instruments were the first computers, with the notes and silence being binary information. I’m in Austin for SxSWi (South by Southwest interactive) with several colleagues from Forum One and several thousand colleagues from around the world working in the digital and interactive fields. at SXSW.
  • JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS COMMUNITY  |  MONDAY, MARCH 15, 2010
    [Information] CoPs and retrospective coherence
    This is called clustering (putting together different informal communities) or swarming (creating an attractor mechanism and seeing what comes). hoarding), organizational slack, organizational hunger for innovation, resources available to organize information and direct attention to employee and management concerns, and so forth.
  • INFLUENCE  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 2010
    [Information] Another Inconvenient Truth - Organizational Dynamics and Their Impact on Open Gov / Open Data
    Many organizations have evolved over the years to value control of information - their "corporate" cultures are based on this. Control of information has been central to promotions, access to decision-makers, and other forms of power. Information has been a form of currency. Viola: enter the Open Government Initiative.
  • GREEN CHAMELEON  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 2010
    [Information] Blog>> Awards Awards
    For more information and the briefing sheet containing the submission template visit the iKMS website. Just a quick plug for two sets of awards (one I’m involved in, and one we support). Entries close on 31st March. The StepTwo Designs Intranet Innovation Awards is an award we have supported since its inception. Go on, get recognised.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 2010
    [Information] South by round up Day 1
    You have the information and service design in your hands – a framework (or in Shane’s case the facts or opinions) to work with. You have the information and service design in your hands – a framework (or in Shane’s case the facts or opinions) to work with. How quickly can I fire off a blog post? Recycling.
  • VALUE NETWORKS  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 2010
    [Information] Strategic Mapping for Networks
    Verna emphasizes the importance of including both contracted tangible exchanges such as money, and intangible ones such as information. Clearly “seeing” relationships between organizations, people, and key concepts is important for successful network strategies. The crawls maps links on one web-site to another webs-site.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY STRATEGY  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010
    [Information] Social Marketing Compensation Research | Online Community Report
    The Full Report The full Social Marketing Compensation report includes additional information about job descriptions, departments in charge of social marketing, job satisfaction and other areas related to the emergent role of Social Marketing. Social Marketing Compensation Research. Posted on09 March 2010. Culligan, and Open Text.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010
    [Information] Paxo on Chatroulette
    With the exception of Danah Boyd , the so-called ‘experts’ they brought onto Newsnight last night, and the report itself, were shockingly ill-informed and reminiscent of Chris Morris’ 2001 Brass Eye Special ‘Paedogeddon’ It was like a parody. It was brilliant to be reminded of how subversive and mad the Web is.
  • NET-MAP TOOLBOX  |  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010
    [Information] Monitoring network development through intervention
    project that links informal businesses to the formal banking sector does exactly that. Because normally the informal business people would stick to their informal financing sources (informal lenders, family, contracting), while the banks would stick to their formal big clients. Can we find out, if we made a difference?
  • P2P FOUNDATION  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 2010
    [Information] Bolivia’s position about life forms patentability
    free, prior and informed consent or in violation of their laws, traditions. Recently Bolivia have published it’s cmmunication to WTO’s TRIPS Council on the Review of Article 27.3(b). This article allows patenting of life forms and requires provision to be made for the protection of plant varieties. Article 27.3(b) IP/C/W/545.
  • JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS COMMUNITY  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 2010
    [Information] Incredibly Dull: Lurking, a Personal Story
    Incredibly Dull About Me Andrew Gent View my complete profile Topics Information Architecture (27) Knowledge Management (57) Poetry (16) Technology (41) Video Games (21) Blog Archive ▼ 2010 (5) ▼ February (3) Lurking, a Personal Story Twenty-Five Years of Poetry What Happened to Postcards? But mostly, I lurk. What are they?
  • JOITSKE HULSEBOSCH  |  FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 2010
    [Information] Social media: the less successful stories
    noticed from participants' reactions that information overload is a big issue for non-profit staff. Not everyone is happy to get an online community to facilitate or to twitter for the organisation because they are already overloaded with information. It was fun. See how people collaborate on Twitter to raise 119.000 euros for Haiti.
  • JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS SOCIAL NETWORK KM  |  THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 2010
    [Information] Verifying Virtual Value - Chief Learning Officer magazine
    Since networked or collaborative learning solutions are informal, integrated with the workflow and driven by the learners, these traditional assessments will not work. tools is anything but formal. Yet, when it comes to measuring its value, a structured approach should still apply. Is a formal ROI necessary? All Rights Reserved.
  • NANCY WHITE  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2010
    [Information] International Online Conference 2010 Sneak Peek
    We are stepping beyond the boundaries of “course,&# questioning the continuum of formal and informal learning — all in a time when technology is fundamentally changing what it means to “be together.&# Now don’t worry. have not abandoned community. just feel we need to increase our discernment of when to USE it! Let’s talk.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2010
    [Information] Online > offline: we still love paper goods
    The Postcode Paper was an experiment from the Newspaper Club themselves that took information from data.gov.uk Last Tuesday night, I went to the preview for the Brit Insurance Designs of the Year exhibition (aka the Oscars of the design world) at the Design Museum in Shad Thames. think. Photo credit: Newspaper Club ).
  • NET-MAP TOOLBOX  |  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2010
    [Information] Genderize!
    Red links are restrictions, blue is information flow. In our recent work on women rice parboilers in Nigeria, we asked the interviewees to indicate the gender of everyone on the map. Following the traditional color code, girls are pink and boys are blue (grey are groups that involve men and women, white are institutional actors, no gender).
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2010
    [Information] Online Community and Social Media Jobs
    Go here for more information about the position. Happy New Year OC Report readers and job seekers. We have 12 online community / social media jobs listed below from various companies in the US and abroad. All of these jobs are also posted on the Forum One Networks website and featured in this month’s OC Report newsletter. CafeMom.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2010
    [Information] What to expect at the Online Community Unconference East
    The premise of our Unconference series is that the best source of information on online communities and social media is the community of practitioners actually doing the hands on work. The Online Community Unconference East will be held February 10th in New York City. To learn more about the event, or to register, go here: [link]. Outputs.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2010
    [Information] Online Community Expert Interview: Rawn Shah, IBM
    This leads us to very different types of behavioral information: internally we can categorize users by their level of participation (zero, low, medium, high, elite) in our social environments, and then examine the actions or distribution of these members across the geographies. Q: What excites you most about your current community work?
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2010
    [Information] Unconference East: Moving Forward, Together
    For more information (including attendee list), please go here: [link]. We are less than 48 hours from the Online Community Unconference East (yeah!). This is the third year we’ve run the Online Community Unconference in New York, and we’ve had great events both years. There are still tickets available for the Unconference.
  • JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS FACILIATATION  |  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2010
    [Information] KM Program Comparison « corz and effect
    The names this group came up with were: Knowledge Strategy & Implementation Organisational Development/Learning & Development Knowledge Sharing Culture Intranet/Portals Information Management/Library Enablers/Information Technology Business Process Step 5. Interesting opportunity. We'll see if they are up for change.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2010
    [Information] Cloudculture, the internet wars and the sublimation of self
    Leadbetter’s ironic references to the information superhighway aside: I said, the network connects isolated personal computers and some of the information they hold to each other; the cloud is a set of tools that we can use, collectively, to manipulate the layer upon layer of information and data it holds. Hold that thought.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY STRATEGY  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2010
    [Information] Online Community Unconference East: Moving Forward, Together
    “Social Shopping&# Communities (focus on online brand advocacy, product reviews and ratings, “social&# information search, etc.). For more information (including attendee list), please go here: [link]. We are less than 48 hours from the Online Community Unconference East (yeah!). Posted via web from Social Architect.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2010
    [Information] Unconference East: Moving Forward, Together
    Social Shopping" Communities (focus on online brand advocacy, product reviews and ratings, "social" information search, etc.). For more information (including attendee list), please go here: [link]. We are less than 48 hours from the Online Community Unconference East (yeah!). How to hire community & Social Media staff.
  • VALUE NETWORKS  |  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2010
    [Information] Enriching Context for Business Processes with Value Network Interactions
    So why shouldn’t context information help us find a expert in, say molecular biology, who works for the same company I do, has an office in the same building and is currently available for a call?" This will only happen when the processes are context enriched. Let’s not let this one blow away."
  • CHARMED PARTICLES  |  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2010
    [Information] Doing It Right
    He is subscribed under his corporate email - he works for Leupold , a competing manufacturer in the space - and he gave a precise and thoughtful critique of the product that was being considered, informed by his professional expertise. So I have a bunch of hobbies, and - shockingly - am on email lists or discussion boards for many of them.
  • NET-MAP TOOLBOX  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 2010
    [Information] Playing with numbers…
    The network picture is an information network, drawn by the actor “parboiler&# , located in the middle of the picture. Maybe you are interested in their absolute numbers of information sources, then you will compare the in-degree, out-degree or degree centrality (combination of in- and out-degree).
  • MADE BY MANY  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 2010
    [Information] SXSW’ward, ho!
    So over the next few weeks we’ll be working on a way to bring all this new information together into one place, and make it manageable and meaningful. Big news, little doggies… Flights have been booked, passports renewed, and Tim’s brought his ten-gallon out of mothballs. South by what, now? So yeah, Mecca it is.
  • GREEN CHAMELEON  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 2010
    [Information] Blog>> Where are the People in KM/IA?
    Forrester have just put out an overview report on the challenges facing enterprise Information Architecture (it’s free, bless them, but you’ll need to have an account or register for a free one to get it). KM]IA discussions require a horizontal approach to traditionally vertically managed resources. Why don’t we?
  • MATHEMAGENIC  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2010
    [Information] Reflective learning and weblogs
    Ed-Media… Tags: Events Learning blogs and learning informal learning Tags: blogs and learning , informal learning. [This post was in drafts for a while; posted on the actual date of the workshop, so the participants can find it.]. few things that might be useful for the participants and may be some other people. Related posts.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2010
    [Information] Objectified: giving objects memories
    By exploiting the links between objects and memories, a unique connection is formed between the physical and virtual worlds, connecting a tactile object to a wealth of virtual information. Memories can be re-visited by reading the RFID tag, which will then allow for all the associated information about it to be viewed and explored.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2010
    [Information] Online Community Expert Interview: Rawn Shaw, IBM
    This leads us to very different types of behavioral information: internally we can categorize users by their level of participation (zero, low, medium, high, elite) in our social environments, and then examine the actions or distribution of these members across the geographies. Q: What excites you most about your current community work?
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2010
    [Information] What to expect at the Online Community Unconference East
    The premise of our Unconference series is that the best source of information on online communities and social media is the community of practitioners actually doing the hands on work. The Online Community Unconference East will be held February 10th in New York City. To learn more about the event, or to register, go here: [link]. Outputs.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2010
    [Information] Online Community and Social Media Jobs
    Go here for more information about the position. Happy New Year OC Report readers and job seekers. We have 12 online community / social media jobs listed below from various companies in the US and abroad. All of these jobs are also posted on the Forum One Networks website and featured in this month's OC Report newsletter. Community Manager.
  • NET-MAP TOOLBOX  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2010
    [Information] Strange
    Today I was asked to write a few sentences about myself, as kind of an informal introduction. Do you know the feeling: You only realize something, after you actually said it? This is what I wrote: “I’m German and live in Washington DC for 2 1/2 year now, before I lived and worked in Ghana, West Africa. Every day, if I have my way.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2010
    [Information] Participating in the Social Media Ecosystem
    Our goal with the Participating in the Social Media Ecosystem report was to gain more information on how companies participate, how frequently they engage in activities in the social media ecosystem, who manages the participation, and what value participants' companies have gained from their activities. Job Titles. Social Media Strategy.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2010
    [Information] Awww… we were so analogue back then!
    But when you take a look back at the information highway, main streets and dirt roads behind us… my god, we were so analogue it hurts. Digital technology is such an ingrained part of most of our lives these days that I think we forget just how far it has come in our lifetimes. We were once a very, very analogue people. Hilariously so.
  • VIV MCWATERS  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2010
    [Information] Facilitator as disruptor II
    The Curse of Knowledge works both ways – they provide way too much information and details (just to prove how much they DO know) and the participants expect an in-house subject matter expert to be, well, an expert. Back in 2008 (that long ago!) I wrote about the facilitator as disruptor. This has captured my attention again.
  • JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS COLLABORATION  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 2010
    [Information] Three tiers of collaboration » Column Two, James Robertson
    Collaboration model – overall model for collaboration, in the context of information management strategy. Previously our collaboration has been done in a very informal way, such is the nature of our organisation. We’re all talking about collaboration, but we’re actually discussing different parts of the animal.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 2010
    [Information] Are we just mice trapped in a digital ‘Skinner Box’?
    He talks of a cognitive biological barrier to our information processing powers. And the paradox of being infinitely distracted by infinite information. Yay… many thanks to Ben for mailing this awesome blog post from the O’Reilly Radar blog, by Jim Stodghill. For nigh on two weeks now Jim’s post has freaked me out.
  • VIV MCWATERS  |  SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2010
    [Information] The blame game
    Even worse when ill-informed people attribute blame for natural disasters. I’m fed up with the blame game – so much energy spent on trying to figure out who’s at fault, who’s responsible. Blaming is part of the ‘What happened?’ ’ Conversation. ’ Conversation. That’s bad enough.
  • NEIGHBOURHOODS  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2010
    [Information] Informal local support in severe weather
    Tags: Informal support Neighbourhood relations Older people
  • NEIGHBOURHOODS  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2010
    [Information] Participation literature review
    Informal public participation features strongly, and a framework (or rather set of frameworks) emerges to help see participation in terms of life stages, specific activities, the places where it is conducted, and various dimensions such as local-global, passive-active, one-off or ongoing, and so on. This is going to be a handy document.
  • ENGINEERS WITHOUT FEARS  |  SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 2010
    [Information] kissin' babies - trying to get to boston for enterprise 2.0
    also thought I'd give you information about the other papers that stood out for me: In terms of "voting for your mates", I like Patti Anklam & think her 3 efforts could be most interesting: NetWork , KM & Leadership (Doug Cornelius & Jack Vinson are also involved). The Enterprise 2.0
  • MICHELLE LAURIE  |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 2010
    [Information] Technology, Speed and Fireplaces
    This has always been a mystery for me so indeed I appreciated the quick and very interesting information. For me, the simple discovery epitomized the wonderfully bizarre information era we live in. After spending a month off-line, I was convinced it is essential for one’s health. Pretty amazing.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 2010
    [Information] Twitter, the spine of the Internet
    OAuth and OpenID are never going to be popular in their own right, just like the fact that digital civvies don’t want to know about RSS because it sounds more like something you might catch than something that helps you stay informed. The Internet is a messy affair. It’s a right mess. big beautiful mess riddled with imperfection.
  • VALUE NETWORKS  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2010
    [Information] The Business Impact of Social Computing Real World Examples of Value Network Collaboration
    New Report from analyst Carol Rozwell The Business Impact of Social Computing: Real World Examples of of Value Network Collaboration, Report G0017404 by Carol Rozwell has recently been released by Gartner, Inc. The report describes partner-oriented social-computing efforts that resulted in a measurable business benefit. Order the full report here.
  • NET-MAP TOOLBOX  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2010
    [Information] The truest truth?
    Maybe influenced by a few informal advisers. The activities of others who claim a formal or informal role in the process are basically just noise but don’t change anything. Others say: There are a lot of different actors influencing the policy process. The president plays a crucial role but is only one of many actors.
  • JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS COLLABORATION  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2010
    [Information] What is needed for collaboration? - Communitize
    Together with our client we gather as much relevant information as we can. His technical background combined with his academic skills enables him to bridge business needs and informational possibilities. What is needed for collaboration? When launching a project, the most important group of people are connected as well. Read more.
  • ENGINEERS WITHOUT FEARS  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2010
    [Information] book review: information ecology
    Tom Davenport's Information Ecology was published in 1997 and yet I've only just read it. We're trying get a handle on their information environment. Standard information architecture approaches felt inadequate to the task and I was left thinking "What we really need here is some kind of ecological approach to their information.
  • FRESHNETWORKS   |  SUNDAY, JANUARY 3, 2010
    [Information] Three popular series from the FreshNetworks Blog in 2009
    In this series we described eight ways of getting insight from online communities: Profiling data : gathering the right information and then analysing the profiles of  your community members can bring significant understanding of the people who join your community. Image by SlipStreamJC via Flickr. Getting Started in Social Media.
  • NANCY WHITE  |  SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 2010
    [Information] Tools for Finding Creative Commons Images
    A black frame with the attribution information is included in the picture. Via Michael Guhlin I’m playing with some tools to find creative commons images for use in things like blogposts, slide shows, etc. thought I’d give Sprixi and FlickrCC.Bluemountains.net –by Peter Shanks, a new year’s test drive. Bottom line?
  • NEIGHBOURHOODS  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 2010
    [Information] Informal care and older people: time for a campaign?
    The importance of neighbourly informal support for older people has been recognised in the Department of Health. Tags: Informal support Neighbourhood relations Older people Social policy News of the year? year ago we had the results of some work on meaningful interaction (admittedly it all went quiet from the moment of publication).
  • FRESHNETWORKS   |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2009
    [Information] The top FreshNetworks Blog posts in 2009
    Information is power, it helps brands make decisions about what to do and to do it quickly. Image by Adam Foster | Codefor via Flickr. Each month we look at the most popular posts on the FreshNetworks blog. We aim to bring you the best posts in social media, online communities and customer engagement online. Gordon Brown’s YouTube trauma.
  • INFLUENCE  |  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2009
    [Information] A Compass for Congress
    Back in September, Forum One was one of the sponsors of CongressCamp, an informal "barcamp" unconference here in Washington. I want to tell you about a fantastic new (and developing) resource for congressional staff.
  • INFLUENCE  |  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2009
    [Information] The Voter Information Project
    It's election day in the Commonwealth of Virginia -- the state in which most Forum One staff call home. Today we'll elect a governor, a lieutenant governor, attorney general, and 100 house delegates. Thousands of people woke up this morning seeking answers to these three questions: Tags: Influence Tools & Software
  • NEIGHBOURHOODS  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2009
    [Information] Pause, look back, reflect
    few weeks ago DCMS published a widely-condemned document called Empower, Inform, Enrich - of which Rachel Cooke wrote  'sounds like a scented candle' Why are we all doing this? He points to the amount of energy that gets put into whatever is the current Big Idea until it moves into the 'file and forget' phase.
  • FRESHNETWORKS   |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2009
    [Information] What’s the biggest mistake a community manager can make?
    Inattention to enabling the free flow of information amongst the members and from outside membership. by Arno Arno. We’ve put the question to leading community managers across the world, and they have outlined the classic community clangers that we should all avoid. Lack of engagement. Not being honest.”. ’”. Not supporting moderators.
  • ELSUA  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2009
    [Information] A World Without Email – Year 2, Weeks 42 to 45 (50 Minutes a Week!)
    and the rest of the time I have just been sharing knowledge and information (As well as collaborating across) in networked environments, i.e. social networks and communities, which is probably one of the best things I may have done in my 13th year working for my current employer: IBM. So why change that, right? enough! No more email, please!
  • NEIGHBOURHOODS  |  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2009
    [Information] Decline in informal volunteering: time for a network solution?
    The latest topic reports from the 2007-2008 citizenship survey have been published, one on race, religion and equalities , and this one on volunteering which shows a 2% overall drop in regular informal volunteering and a 5% decrease among young people. We can't do that if fewer and fewer people are informally helping each other out.
  • CHRIS CORRIGAN  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2009
    [Information] From the feed
    Myriam Laberg e with some excellent tips for improving information delivery in conferences. Tasty morsels from the syndicated grapevines: Thomas Arthur shares a beautiful reflection on his place and time. For best results combine it with an insanely good slideshow. Jordon Cooper has a nuanced take on big business and the environment.
  • GREEN CHAMELEON  |  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2009
    [Information] Blog>> Competencies Redux
    Angela Abell and Val Skelton of TFPL subsequently published a Knowledge and Information Management Competency Dictionary (2003) – it is very asset focused, very little on human capital development (beyond competencies for KIM), or sense of the importance of learning. of his KM Trilogy) (Thanks to Janice Keeler).
  • JOHN TROPEA - DELICIOUS COMMUNITY  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2009
    [Information] Creating customer communities :: Blog :: Headshift
    events experience google government headshift health information innovation internet it jobs km knowledge learning management media metadata microsoft network networks online rss search selected semantic social socialsoftware software technology tools web web2.0 It has (0) comments. You can find more posts like this here.
  • SOCIAL SHAKERS  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2009
    [Information] rSitez Customer Success Story: Social Networking for Social Change
    While major organizations may have mailing lists than can be sorted by state and cause, the average person who wants to make a difference doesn’t usually have access to that information. It was late 2008, and Shawn Hyland was contemplating a change. Fortunately, he found rSitez , a social networking site that uniquely fit his needs.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2009
    [Information] Back to Basics: The Strategy Team & Goal Definition
    In the next post in the series, I will talk about how to find and solicit feedback from potential (or current) community members, and what to do with that information. This post is part of an ongoing series about developing an online community strategy. As a reminder, all posts will be tagged #ocb2b. Define Business Goals and Objectives.
  • GREEN CHAMELEON  |  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2009
    [Information] Organising Knowledge>> Designing Facets for Navigation
    It’s geared towards external websites and the examples are geared towards classifying tangibles (eg products), and I’d love to see something more advanced on facet design for the messier, more ambiguous world of knowledge and information assets inside organisations.
  • CHARMED PARTICLES  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2009
    [Information] Kudzu Content
    I'm not talking about politicization of left-right, or anything except the inability of the media that I read on a regular basis to do their basic job and to adequately curate and develop information that's important to their communities. Yes it is. Arrington's analogy with fast food is apt - it is content produced quickly and made to order.
  • CHRIS CORRIGAN  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2009
    [Information] Chasing the sun into the land of Tsawalk
    It is forming the basis of a unique partnership that will produce a marine use plan for Clayoquot and Barkley Sounds , and over the next few days, we will look at how tsawalk informs our work with communities, influences design choices for community engagement and self-development. Some of my preliminary thoughts are: aphey. isaak. he-xwa.
  • NANCY WHITE  |  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2009
    [Information] November Hot List: Mobile Learning Content
    Best of Mobile Learning November 1, 2009 to November 30, 2009 Featured Sources The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals. eLearning report: Review of Learning 2.0
  • MADE BY MANY  |  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2009
    [Information] It’s OK to fail
    Informed, managed risk is healthy. Years ago, when I was a teenager working as a summer camp counsellor, I was given a very valuable lesson in the expectation of success. Full disclosure: I have yet to actually learn this lesson, but I’m trying. Lordy, am I trying.). cuddled and soothed her, but nothing helped — she wanted her mum.
  • P2P FOUNDATION  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2009
    [Information] Don Tapscott on the Global Citizen Engagement Initiative
    Don Tapscott participated in the “Global Redesign Initiative&# of the World Economic Forum in Dubai. Called the Global Agenda Summit, 80 Councils composed of a dozen members each, discussed how to redesign our systems for global cooperation for the 21st century. But how would this new, networked system of global cooperation work?
  • HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2009
    [Information] Can We Choose Who We Love?
    But that doesn't mean that what we call "love" isn't still a construct of our body chemistry, informed by our intellectual and sensory perceptions about the object of our affections. BLOG Can We Choose Who We Love? ast evening I had an astonishing discussion with three of my colleagues in our Second Life community. Or so I thought.
  • ONLINE COMMUNITY REPORT  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2009
    [Information] Current Research: Participating in the Social Media Ecosystem
    Our goal with the current Participating in the Social Media Ecosystem study is to gain more information on how companies participate, how frequently they engage in activities in the social media ecosystem, who manages the participation, and what value participants' companies have gained from their activities.
  • MADE BY MANY  |  MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2009
    [Information] Great writing does not depend on the tools
    We were told what to think from on high, without access to knowledge about the web of interests that informed the supposedly independent thinking. Yesterday’s Observer contained an astonishingly silly article from Tim Adams, entitled Will e-books spell the end of great writing? The absurdity is there on so many levels.
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