Google Plus – One Social Networking Tool to Rule Them All

Elsua

Like I have mentioned yesterday, it’s been a few days already since I jumped the shark and joined the bunch of early adopters who have been hammering down, and taking for a spin, the latest iteration of Google to get social with Google Plus , right after Google Wave and Google Buzz.

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Communities and Collaboration " Communities of Practice: Conversations to Collaboration

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Research Wiki Video Search Communities Google Facilitation Policy fun Standards Software Event Presentations Information Management Blogs Uncategorized Social Computing Reports Central Government Social Networking Tools Delicious Links Social Media Knowledge Management Public Sector Web2.0 Recent Posts Bookmarks for February 23rd through February 24th Bookmarks for February 21st through February 23rd Is social networking learning?

The Role of Leaderboards in Online Communities

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

What are social network leaderboards? The most posts on a forum, the most friends, the most Diggs. Sometimes when we have a list, we have a place to go - so leaderboards are in fact a social space. Remember - social means relationships.

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Anti-Social Media Marketing

Online Social Networking

In this article I look at four kinds of social media SPAM , or anti-social media marketing as I sometimes call it. I also share several ideas for coping with social media SPAM. SPAM Messages - These are the unsolicited commercial messages sent to your Facebook inbox, appearing in your Twitter replies, or plaguing you on other social networking sites. Comment SPAM - These are ads or links on your profile pages, blogs, forums or guest books.

Instant Communities: List of companies that provide Web Collaboration Suites or Platforms

John Tropea - Delicious Community

One of my most popular index lists is the list of companies that provide White Label Social Networking solutions , in fact there’s over 60 in that space. These tools may have social networking features, that’s optional, but should certainly scale to it.

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Steve Dale online " Value benchmarking of networks and communities of practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Research Wiki Video Search Communities Google Facilitation Policy fun Standards Software Event Presentations Information Management Blogs Uncategorized Social Computing Reports Central Government Social Networking Tools Delicious Links Social Media Knowledge Management Public Sector Web2.0

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Talking points for digital inclusion: do you have some?

Social Reporter

I dug around my old blog Designing for Civil Society and found these two lists, one from 2004 and one from 2006. I’m interested in blending them with the 45 propositions my co-authors came up for the NESTA Social by Social handbook, and the background ideas that led to them.

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Communities and Collaboration » Communities of Practice Case Studies

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Google Policy Facilitation Video Standards fun Software Presentations Event Blogs Uncategorized Information Management Reports Social Computing Central Government Social Networking Tools Social Media Public Sector Knowledge Management Delicious Links Communities of Practice Web2.0 -- Powered by Category Cloud What Im Doing.

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IBM Lotus Connections, in plain English " Connected

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

I am now the Social Enterprise Evangelist at Jive Software. In my opinion, IBM Lotus Connections is primarily social networking software, not collaboration software. The social task management bit, however, is all about collaboration.

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Steve Dale online " Identifying Community of Practice Needs

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Research Wiki Video Search Communities Google Facilitation Policy fun Standards Software Event Presentations Information Management Blogs Uncategorized Social Computing Reports Central Government Social Networking Tools Delicious Links Social Media Knowledge Management Public Sector Web2.0 Recent Posts Bookmarks for February 23rd through February 24th Bookmarks for February 21st through February 23rd Is social networking learning?

Anecdote - Whitepapers - Building a collaborative workplace

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

In February 2006, another engineer posted a message to the group, advising that the new software standard had been formally adopted. On 18 January 2007 he posted a message to Rio Tinto’s collaborative forum, outlining the situation and seeking assistance. An example of network collaboration might be members of the team in the first example above bookmarking websites as they find them, using a shared or ‘social bookmarking’ tool.

IBM SJ 46-4 | A model for CIO-led innovation

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

The Outlook was developed early in 2006 in addition to the traditional annual technology strategy documents. In the following section we discuss four case studies: a social bookmarking service, a tool for managing remote meetings, an enterprise directory application, and an advanced instant messaging (IM) application. Newsgroup forums, e-mail, IM, and Lotus * Notes * teamrooms are the basic platforms. The prototype was deployed through TAP in early 2006 as BluePages+1.

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Connected - IBM Lotus Connections, in plain English

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

I am now the Social Enterprise Evangelist at Jive Software. In my opinion, IBM Lotus Connections is primarily social networking software, not collaboration software. The social task management bit, however, is all about collaboration.

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Community ROI Report

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Blog About Ed Projects Services Community ROI Report November 21, 2007 – 1:39 pm Forum One have released another of their very handy online community survey reports, this time about Community ROI. Summary: Not surprisingly, discussion groups were the most popular online communityactivity, followed closely by blogs, support forums and social networks. Video sharing, wikis, and social bookmarking were deployed less frequently by survey respondents.

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