Reflections from 2011 – The Year of Mobile, Again


It’s even more interesting when some of those conversations have been going on around what we have done and learned in 2011 and right off it all turns into personal reflections for what’s happened throughout the year. At least, in 2011 with yours truly.

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KM, Enterprise 2.0 and Social Business: One and The Same


Once again… David Gurteen – KM Middle East 2011.

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Trending Sources

January Hot List: Mobile Learning Content

Nancy White

Best of Mobile Learning January 1, 2011 to January 31, 2011 Featured Sources The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals. Ignatia Webs , January 11, 2011 #SCORM the future of #elearning?

How to Use Employee Engagement to Boost Your Business


Curating good, relevant content that matters to you is just such a wonderful thing!

Google Plus and The Enterprise – What’s The Deal?


(I was hoping to be able to share this blog post while I was on vacation with my family in León, mainland Spain, but apparently lack of reliable (NOT!!)

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The Metamovement: Moving Beyond Marches and People in the Street

How to Save the World

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El Cielo de Canarias


As usual, and like I have been doing already for a few weeks now, it’s time to get started with another week at work and share that inspiring video clip that would help set the stage on what promises to be another exciting week.

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Wrap Up of 2nd Annual Community Manager Day: Voices Around the World #CMAD « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The folks at Fresh Networks discuss the Pros and Cons Sysomos does analysis on the event A community managers job never ends at 6pm by Social Media Club See Spain’s Community Manager Day website -Spanish More discussions spreading the globe and more here -Spanish What is a Community Manager?

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The Occupy Movement: Don’t Tell Us What To Do

How to Save the World

E veryone, it seems, has advice on what the Occupy movement should do next, in the face of winter, dwindling and hostile press coverage, flagging public support, volunteer burnout, and police raids and brutality. We’re all armchair strategists at heart.

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Global Tech Spending on the Rise According to Forrester

Portals and KM

percent in 2011 to $1.7 Analyst Andrew Bartels writes that while the 2011 global tech market will be similar to the 7.2 It is interesting to note that what is often considering the developing areas (Latin America and Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EEMEA) regions) will have the highest growth rates in 2011, both at 9.8 The weakest markets in this area will be Italy, Spain, Belgium, Greece, Ireland, and Portugal. This is good news.

“Ficciones y Aflicciones” By Ernesto Uria


The book is in Spanish, and I have yet to find a copy of it for my iPad Kindle or buy it at the recently launched over here, in Spain, Amazon. Summer is over and that, basically, means that I have just kicked off the next round of business trips from now till year end.

Social Media Flies Past Email and Search for Web Usage

Portals and KM

Ross also lists the top countries in social media and blog usage: Australia, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, U.K., I can remember when Email and Search were the top two in Web usage (aside from porn). Of course, I can remember when there was no Web. Times have changed. Ross Dawson recently shared (on his blog) a new Nielsen report with detailed statistics on online activity that I learned about from his Twitter feed. 

Social Business Forum 2011 – On Collaboration by Luis Suarez – Part Deux


As I have mentioned in a blog post a couple of days ago , on June 8th I will be participating in the upcoming Social Business Forum 2011 event in Milan, Italy.

Staying Connected Always Comes with a Price – Are You Willing to Pay for IT?


One more year gone by and still waiting for the world of mobile to deliver… Maybe in 2011?!?! My reality of travelling on a rather regular basis both inside and outside of Spain and time and time again having to struggle with this hard fact: that true mobile Web computing is a myth.