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Collaborative Thinking: Tagging Beyond Content: Applications & People

Collaborative Thinking

Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Microsoft "People Ready" = Lotus "Super Human Software" | Main | CIOTalk Radio Interview: Making Enterprise Portals Work! » March 28, 2006 Tagging Beyond Content: Applications & People This post was originally contributed at CollaborationLoop. Tags (and related tools like social bookmarks) offer another option that has some interesting possibilities.

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CoP Series #8: Content and Community

Nancy White

Contribution of articles, blog posts, links to external resources that learners or tutors have tagged can all enrich the content of what used to be viewed simply as a course, and is now an ongoing potential learning hub. Let’s look at tagging as a specific example.

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Work Together: 60+ Collaborative Tools for Groups

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration - A mixture of social network and productivity applications. - Offers standard collaboration, but also the ability to build new applications for your team to use and even market. Family and Social Collaboration - Helps families organize and communicate in a web based method. Some readers might like to know that it is also a good general-purpose diagramming applications. How Social Media is Changing the Late Night TV Landscape 2.

What Enterprise Social Networks Do Well: Produce Higher Quality Ideas " I'm Not Actually a Geek

John Tropea - Delicious Network

Where brokerage is social capital, there should be evidence of brokerage associated with good ideas, and vice versa. The sociogram below depicts a typical social network structure: There are essentially three nodes in this social network: A, B, C (+D).

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

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

patterns that fit our enterprise culture, and a track record of delivering hosted Web applications that are scalable. 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. Prototype —Our TAP program provides open hosting for applications, but often help is needed with the technical execution.

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Full Circle Associates " Notes from the Seattle Online Community Meetup

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Gave you a set of predefined personality tags. You name tag/badge has your big picture from your profile, so can connect online and offline. Any social graph representations? New social forms are arising. Is our community ready for tagging. Hierarchies or tagging?

Do Companies Need Social Media Managers? " I'm Not Actually a Geek

John Tropea - Delicious Community

I’m Not Actually a Geek May 11, 2008 Do Companies Need Social Media Managers? Filed under: mba — Tags: enterprise 2.0 , social media , web 2.0 — Hutch Carpenter @ 9:38 pm There are few institutions in the modern world that are not being transformed today by social media. Shel Israel, Global Neighborhoods, 5 New Social Media Turn-ons for me. For many people, social media requires a slow romance before they become wed to it.

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