BBQ tour of the US South: Complete Listings

Portals and KM

BBQ Part Two: Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. BBQ Part Four: western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia. BBQ Part Five: Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Georgia. BBQ Part Six: Alabama and Mississippi.

BBQ tour of the US South – Part Nine – Gulf Coast

Portals and KM

The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. The fourth part covered western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia (by way of Vermont). The fifth covered Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Georgia. The sixth covered Alabama and Mississippi.

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Research Communities 2.0

Making CommunitySense

Ook zal ik op 29 augustus een bewerkte versie van de presentatie geven als Honors Lecture op de University of Alabama in Huntsville. [NB An English version will be presented as an Honors Lecture at the University of Alabama in Huntsville on August 29 and made available through this blog afterwards]. Deze presentatie laat zien hoe research communities door goed gebruik te maken van Internet het academisch onderzoeksproces kunnen helpen hervormen.

Expanding the Academic Research Community: Building Bridges into Society with the Internet

Making CommunitySense

Below the slides of the honors lecture I just gave at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. The slides can be downloaded here. The talk is based on a book chapter with the same title that will be published by Monash University Publishing in the fall. A preprint of this chapter can be downloaded here. Thanks to the students for all your great questions. If there’s any more, feel free to post them here as comments.

Collaboration Patterns for Social Innovation: The Dutch – US Connection?

Making CommunitySense

As part of my visit to the University of Alabama in Huntsville I gave a presentation “Creativity Meets Rationale – Collaboration Patterns for Social Innovation” at the College of Business Administration. As Huntsville has an incredible wealth of high-tech engineering knowledge seeking new applications, it would be a very worthwhile exercise to build and compare libraries of collaboration patterns in the Dutch Noord-Brabant and US Alabama cases.

I’m with Phil. Won’t You Help, Too?

Patti Anklam

Phil Campbell, Alabama. I suspect that not many people noticed there have been a small number of articles in fairly well-known media over the past several months about the Phil Campbell convention, the 2nd of its kind, planned for June 17 and 18th this year in the town of (can you guess it?) Here’s what

BBQ tour of the US South – Part Six

Portals and KM

This post picks up with samples from Alabama, South Carolina, and Mississippi The first one covered Louisiana and Texas. The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. The fourth part covered western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia (by way of Vermont).

BBQ tour of the US South – Part Six

Portals and KM

This post picks up with samples from Alabama, South Carolina, and Mississippi The first one covered Louisiana and Texas. The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. The fourth part covered western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia (by way of Vermont).

BBQ tour of the US South - Part Five

Portals and KM

This post picks up with samples from Alabama, South Carolina, and Mississippi The first one covered Louisiana and Texas. The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. The fourth part covered western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia (by way of Vermont).

Barbecue Tour Of the US South: Part Four

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This post picks up with samples from western Virginia, Alabama, and Georgia (by way of Vermont). The second post covered Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. This was Dreamland BBQ in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Understanding Users of Social Networks — HBS Working Knowledge

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Piskorski rattles off some MySpace hotspots: "Alabama, Arkansas, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Florida."

Barbecue Tour Of the US South: Part Two

Portals and KM

Now as I travel through much more of the South this one picks up with samples from Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina. I did a post on Louisiana Vs. Texas BBQ. This is a very unscientific sampling taken from doing a search on the likely places we might stop for a meal.

Stan Garfield's Tampa Florida Restaurant Log, Part Three – November, 2008

Portals and KM

Big John's Alabama Barbecue (pork*, chicken, baked beans, cole slaw) 5707 North 40th Street (My aunt from South Carolina says that Alabama makes the best BBQ - she grew up in Birmingham before moving to SC as a teenager). This is the third part of my friend Stan Garfield’s restaurant log for Tampa Florida with recommendations. Stan is a frequent contributor to the food picks on this blog. Stan has a cool job.

Presentation at the National Research Council Canada

Making CommunitySense

On Monday, I will give another version of the talk “From Inspiration to Activation: Making Online Collaborative Communities Work&# that I gave at the University of Alabama in Huntsville , this time at the National Research Council Canada Institute for Information Technology in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Barbecue Tour Of the US South: Part Three

Portals and KM

The second post covered, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. As I am traveling through much of the South this June and July, this post picks up with samples from North Carolina and Virginia. The first one covered Louisiana and Texas.

Driving Through Hurricane Sandy To New Orleans

Portals and KM

  I went through Nashville ’s morning rush hour and on through Alabama and Mississippi. Hurricane Sandy was a storm of huge proportions. I feel for those who suffered losses from its arrival. Here is a link to ways to help them.

Wild travel

Chris Corrigan

And I’m hoping we can go to Alabama too at some point so we can dive into the work in the hardest places to do it in the US. Back in transit after two weeks on the road. I had two short nights and a day at home to recharge, see the kids, take in the Vancouver Whitecaps BC Place opener against Portland and try to kick this cold/cough. Things are busy right now.

Fast Forward Summit Notes – Andrew McAfee

Green Chameleon

tools are cheap and easy to launch - He learned about the DC mayor's office and the virtual Alabama project. Andrew McAfee spoke today at the Fast Forward Summit in Boston on the topic, A World of Change. Here are my notes with some side comments in (parens). I found out that he was the first blogger at Harvard Business School and that now there are two. He used no powerpoint.