Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Language and social distance

Ken Carroll

ciao, Clint Robin Says: March 16th, 2009 at 8:06 am Ken, I’m a Chinesepoddie and sometime ago requested that you consider Irishpod. I’ve just happened on your blog and thought I’d contact you again in this arena. Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0

Beeline Labs " Blog Archive " Here Comes Everybody — Maybe

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Home Blog About Us Services News Contact Communities Marketing 2.0 Recent posts from our blog Is there a disconnect between marketing and social media?

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Wikinomics " Blog Archive " Wiki collaboration leads to happiness

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is taken directly from the Wikinomics blog - [.] On March 29th, 2008 at 6:14 am , Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Wiki collaboration leads to happiness (updated and revisited!) Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Wiki collaboration leads to happiness [.]

Beeline Labs " Blog Archive " New online community study: what's working, what's in the way, advice from trenches

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Home Blog About Us Services News Contact Communities Marketing 2.0 Recent posts from our blog Is there a disconnect between marketing and social media?

Wikinomics» Blog Archive » Diminishing Returns of Collaboration

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wikinomics wisdom of crowds YouTube Diminishing Returns of Collaboration Naumi Haque June 15th, 2009 While generally a believer in how collaboration can lead to better insights and greater efficiency, I continually see examples of where it is neither effective, nor terribly efficient – and in the worst cases totally counter-productive. 13 responses Web Media Daily – Monday June 15, 2009 | Reinventing Yourself. June 15th, 2009 [.]

Green Chameleon » Conducting a Knowledge Audit

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Conducting a Knowledge Audit Here’s another in our series of video tutorials to different practical knowledge management techniques. By Nadejda Thanks for blogging the meet-up.

The New Socialism: Global Collectivist Society Is Coming Online

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First, the technology aids users directly, letting them tag, bookmark, rank, and archive for their own use. Wired.com © 2009 Condé Nast Digital. Wired Home Subscribe Sections Cars 2.0

Can British cities learn from US ‘networked localism’? : RSA blogs

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RSA BLOGS RSS FEED. Archives. December 2009. November 2009. October 2009. September 2009. August 2009. July 2009. June 2009. May 2009. April 2009. March 2009. February 2009. January 2009. thersa blog: Can British cities learn from US ‘networked localism’? RSA blog: In the age of social media we risk forgetting that a friend to everyone is a friend to no-one. Matthew Taylors blog.

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Social Networking's New Global Footprint | Nielsen Wire

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RSS Contact Us Consumer Health Media And Entertainment Online And Mobile Politics Sports Social Networking’s New Global Footprint March 9th, 2009 Posted in Global , Media And Entertainment , Nielsen News , Online And Mobile | 26 Comments Two-thirds of the world’s Internet population visit social networking or blogging sites, accounting for almost 10% of all internet time, according to a new Nielsen report “ Global Faces and Networked Places.&#

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Green Chameleon » Building Common Ground on Jelly

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Building Common Ground on Jelly Yesterday I wrote about the importance of face to face meetings to build trust and the ability to interpret each other. By Nadejda Thanks for blogging the meet-up.

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Ed Mitchell: Platform neutral " Blog Archive " Three types of community

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Blog About Ed Projects Services Three types of community November 16, 2007 – 10:20 am This is a brief overview of three community models. The CILIP communities space is like this, and possibly the blogging platform and stuff that The Foreign Office released recently. Information can flow through the boundary to/from members’ other spaces including blogs and other social network spaces.

Ten Reasons Your Corporate Social Network Should be an Innovation Social Network

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Innovation Management Products Customers Partners News Center Blog About Us The Leader In On-Demand Innovation Management Categories Current Affairs Innovation Tips Archives April 2009 March 2009 December 2008 Subscribe to our RSS Feed Ten Reasons Your Corporate Social Network Should be an Innovation Social Network Posted by Matthew Greeley at 10:48 AM, March 24, 2009 1. TrackBack (0) Brian Wright Mar 24, 2009 6:16:08 PM Great tips.

Green Chameleon » Knowledge Power and Responsibility: A Conversation with Nancy Dixon

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Knowledge Power and Responsibility: A Conversation with Nancy Dixon I had the privilege of a wonderful conversation with Nancy Dixon on the sidelines of KM Asia at the end of November (thanks to Ark Group for facilitating this). Nancy, by the way has started a blog – well worth following! By Nadejda Thanks for blogging the meet-up.

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Life With Alacrity: Community by the Numbers, Part II: Personal Circles

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Comments: A blog on social software, collaboration, trust, security, privacy, and internet tools, by Christopher Allen. Life With Alacrity Alacrity, noun. From the Latin alacritus meaning promptitude.

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Conspicuous, but not Consuming | GOOD

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Create an account to: vote on articles create your own blog leave comments speak your mind join Please log in. Much has been said about how Facebook, Twitter, and blogging have revolutionized social networking and connectivity. Posted by: Ethan on June 23, 2009 at 6:20 pm Good points.

21st Century Learning: The Art of Building Virtual Communities

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Member Roles One model that holds merit an be found on the Learning Circuits Blog. Participating in an Online Community Around the world, another blogger friend and colleague Derek Wenmoth created a similar framework to Lees role-based model to discuss the ways in which people participate in online communities that develop around blogs. contributor - as this label suggests,contributors are those who have started their own blogs or who initiatenew threads on discussion forums.

Understanding the difference between Forums, Blogs, and Social Networks

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Blogs are like a keynote speech where the speaker (blogger) is in control of the discussion, but allows questions and comments from the audience. Blogs are journals often authored by one individual, and sometimes teams.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Stunted

Ken Carroll

It’s clear to me that the curriculum we need to worry about is about not passing knowledge tests (see Ken Carroll on the Chinese system). […] Nedzer Says: January 6th, 2009 at 8:29 am Kudos to you Ken, for your insightful article. Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0

40 Great Resources for Developing a Community Management Strategy « emergent by design

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emergent by design Home About 40 Great Resources for Developing a Community Management Strategy 2009 November 13 tags: community , community management , Media , Social Media , strategy by Venessa Miemis A practical guide for Community Management strategies, best practices, and resources.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Culture and TCFL

Ken Carroll

And, btw, Chris, I can see that your Mandarin has come on really well - Chinese blog and all. Point 4 is key, and difficult to address, Ken mentioned my Chinese blog but actually I cringe a little looking at it now the last post is almost a year old.

The Essence of Collaboration Is Selfishness - Gartner Blog Network

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A member of the Gartner Blog Network. One of the reasons I blog is to share the side of things that journalists like yourself cannot (or won’t) report about and that cannot be found in links to pages written by other journalists, by government users or vendors who support them. 1) You say you blog about “the side of things that journalists like yourself cannot (or won’t) report about” I must have missed a key aspect of the media in the 21st century!

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Skills for Learning Professionals…Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Share and Enjoy: 12 responses so far 12 Responses to “Skills for Learning Professionals…Part 2&# # Ken Homer on 05 Jul 2009 at 2:41 pm Nancy, For me reading these last two posts has been like having someone point out various constellations in the night sky. Blog posts coming!

Blogs as boundary objects

Mathemagenic

This is a piece from the current version of final chapter of my dissertation where I discuss blogging across various boundaries. While blogging might provide a window onto practices of the blogger, on a surface weblog is just an artefact: text, links and bits of other media.

Social Media Planning and Evaluation for NGOs | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I thought I’d share a few of them on this blog. For example, you may try a blog as an alternative to a traditional email newsletter. Track how many times a blog post has been viewed (using your blog software or a tool like Google Analytics ).

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Life With Alacrity: Community by the Numbers, Part One: Group Thresholds

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« New Blog for Ephemera | Main | Community by the Numbers, Part II: Personal Circles » Community by the Numbers, Part One: Group Thresholds We often think of communities as organic creatures, which come into existence and grow on their own. Life With Alacrity Alacrity, noun.

Enterprise 2.0 for an Enterprise of One – Part Five - Content Publishing and Archiving

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Since I write for multiple blogs and provide blog consulting services to businesses, my work flow in very content heavy. I decided the three main sections are one: content monitoring, two: content collecting, assembling, and creation, and three: content publishing and archiving. as my blogs are my personal knowledge management system. However, there are truly backups and the blog platforms serve as the active, searchable archive.

Freemium Revenues: Social Media Business Podcast

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So if you do get it, and want to dive straight in, Andrew Chen’s blog post on How To Create A Profitable Freemium Start Up might be for you. Archiving of high-resolution original images.

Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Is ChinesePod setting industry standards?

Ken Carroll

» Is ChinesePod setting industry standards? There are lots of blogs on the subject of learning 2.0. Anyone with some time could do this right now on a blog by just linking to ChinesePod lessons. PaulC : “Excellent blog Ken.

Sometimes you need a community manager. Sometimes a manager is enough. | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

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Sometimes a manager is enough… September 22nd, 2009 · No Comments · Communities , Organization & Management , Social Networking , enterprise 2.0 , social computing Among the the fundamental and trendy issues about enterprise 2.0,

My Fast Forward Posts for October 2009

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Here is the monthly listing of my Fast Forward blog posts. I find it helps me with an archive and hopefully is also useful to you. There is a separate category for these summaries in my right side column on this blog. There will be more in November. Implementing Social Bookmarking at Océ. Barriers to Intranet Use from Forrester. Forrester Includes Social Computing in Top 15 Technology Trends Enterprise Architects Should Watch. Is Social Media the New Cigarette?

My Fast Forward Posts for September 2009

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Here is the monthly listing of my Fast Forward blog posts. I find it helps me with an archive and hopefully is also useful to you. There is a separate category for these summaries in my right side column on this blog. There will be more in October. London Turns to Social Media for Image Advice; Boston uses it to Track Bike Thieves. Is Social Media Like Stopping at the Water Cooler? Going Out for a Smoke? Taking a Nap? Implementing Enterprise Wikis at Océ.

My Fast Forward Posts for November 2009

Portals and KM

Here is the monthly listing of my Fast Forward blog posts. I find it helps me with an archive and hopefully is also useful to you. There is a separate category for these summaries in my right side column on this blog. There will be more in December. Mainstream Media versus Social Media? Not Really the Right Question. Burton Group: Many Organizations Have Yet to Make Enterprise-Wide Decisions on Social Networking Technology.

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My Fast Forward Posts for August 2009

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Here is the monthly listing of my Fast Forward blog posts. I find it helps me with an archive and hopefully is also useful to you. There is a separate category for these summaries in my right side column on this blog. There will be more in September. New Study Finds Social Media Becoming Mainstream on Corporate Intranet. Jakob Nielsen on Enterprise 2.0 Adoption. Collaboration and Enterprise 2.0 Study from AIIM. Eight Issues to Consider in Your Enterprise?s

Sometimes you need a community manager. Sometimes a manager is enough. | Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

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Sometimes a manager is enough… September 22nd, 2009 · No Comments · Communities , Organization & Management , Social Networking , enterprise 2.0 , social computing Among the the fundamental and trendy issues about enterprise 2.0,

My Fast Forward Posts for July 2009

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Here is the monthly listing of my Fast Forward blog posts. I find it helps me with an archive and hopefully is also useful to you. There is a separate category for these summaries in my right side column on this blog. Allstate’s Social Media Experimentation and Adoption Experiences Through the Good Hands Community: Part One – Background and Blogs. There will be more in August. RightNow is Enabling Further Government Adoption of the Cloud.

My Fast Forward Posts for April 2009

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Here is the monthly listing of my Fast Forward blog posts. I find it helps me with an archive and hopefully is also useful to you. There is a separate category for these summaries in my right side column on this blog. With Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Multiple Blogs, is There Any Reason to also use FriendFeed? There will be more in May. Should Enterprise 2.0 Software Vendors Provide Professional Services? The Future of Web Search. Nice Comparison of Enterprise 2.0

My Fast Forward Posts for May 2009

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Here is the monthly listing of my Fast Forward blog posts. I find it helps me with an archive and hopefully is also useful to you. There is a separate category for these summaries in my right side column on this blog. The Fortune 500 Blogs On. Why You Should Keep Blogging in the Age of Twitter. There will be more in June. What Twitter Needs to do for Personal Knowledge Management. What Innovative Uses of Twitter Are You Seeing?

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My Favorite Tweets for September 2009

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Since I use my blog, in part, as a personal knowledge management system and Twitter archiving is an oxymoron, I am now going to post my favorite links for the month. These are links that I want to archive and share. Web sites + blogs get 55% more visitors than sites without a blog [link] 8:19 AM Sep 1st from TweetDeck Here is the second in a new series of posts.

My Fast Forward Posts for June 2009

Portals and KM

Here is the monthly listing of my Fast Forward blog posts. I find it helps me with an archive and hopefully is also useful to you. There is a separate category for these summaries in my right side column on this blog. There will be more in July. What will be the Business Model for the Cloud as Data and Content Storage Becomes a Utility? We Need to Tear Down the Social Media Silos. Launching Social Networks for the Enterprise. My Notes and Thoughts on Google Wave Video Dem o.

I want to facilitate online discussions but how do I choose the right platform?

Joitske Hulsebosch

In this blog post I want to outline various possibilities especially for non-ICTers in organizations (like me) because it is a question I'm often asked. The advantage over email is that you have an archive, and a list of members you can share documents online.