The Selfish Blogger – A discussion :-)

Jenny Connected

Its ironic that having said that I don’t see blogs as a discussion tool…. “I I don’t see blogs as a discussion tool, for the average person like me. They might be a discussion tool for people like Tony Bates, Stephen Downes, George Siemens and others who have a well-recognized reputation and likely a lot of hits and comments on their blogs. But for people like me, my blog is not a discussion venue.”. On reflection I find blogging just a bit too distant for discussion.

The Selfish Blogger Syndrome

Jenny Connected

‘Selfish Blogger’ – This jumped out of the page of Tony Bates’ blog post. He has been bemoaning the fact that there has been little discussion around his presentation to Change MOOC – and that the discussion that there has been, has been distributed across people’s blogs and he has had to go out and find it to collate it on his blog. As an aside – I’m not sure that we could class people individually posting to their blogs as discussion.

Notes on CCS105 Bayer MaterialScience - Integrating IBM Connections and Microsoft Technologies

Michael Sampson - Currents

Bert Oberholz and Cindy Schlebusch from BMS are talking about BMS's implementation of Connections, and the integration with Microsoft technologies. History - in 2009, a discussion started between R&D people. plan for 2012 - Bayer-wide availability, integration with SharePoint, and Connections 4 late in 2012. 1) CIO as frequent blogger and commentor. -. (2) integration challenges: -. integrating Profiles.

2012 120

Social Business Forum and a Touch with Reality

Elsua

They call us internauts, bloggers, twitterers, facebookers, social networkers, freaks, you name it. IBM Knowledge Management Knowledge Snippets Life Metablogging Personal KM Productivity Tools Social Computing Work Life Integration

2011 192

Blogging for knowledge workers: incubating ideas

Mathemagenic

Weblogs are often discussed as a tool that supports bottom-up knowledge management. However, having a vision and installing blogging software is not enough: getting blogging to work in an organisation means helping potential bloggers to find out how weblogs might be useful for them personally and how to sustain blogging in a long-term. Information filtered by blogger networks that you belong to is likely to be relevant to you personally. Integration

2010 158

What a coffee corner provides, how to call it and a research agenda

Mathemagenic

This is what I say on it in my dissertation when discussing further research needs (p.226 of my dissertation ; some context is in Blog as an edge zone ): …the effects of blogging are often accidental and emergent, rather than intentional. as some of those discussed by Nardi, 2005).

2009 152

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.

2009 152

What pragmatists might want to know about blogging

Mathemagenic

Uses of a weblog for conversations with self are up to an individual blogger: a weblog can serve as a tool to collect personally relevant notes and organise them in a variety of ways; this collection then provides an input for reflection and reuse. For example, it might replace email for sharing news with a team, be used for documenting one’s work to reflect on it over time, or to find out who might be the person to discuss a problem. Integration

2009 124

Blog as a nexus of multimembership and accidental brokering

Mathemagenic

This is a piece from the current version of final chapter of my dissertation where I discuss blogging across various boundaries. It draws heavily on the conceptual categories from the work of Etienne Wenger on communities of practice ( Communities of practice: Learning, meaning and identity , 1998) and on the discussion with CPsquare members about those. Integration

2009 98

Blog as an edge zone

Mathemagenic

Like a few weeks ago, when the post by Jack Vinson brought back the metaphor of a weblog as a front porch from the discussions in 2004. It starts from being present as a blogger, finding and observing others; then possibly engaging in an interaction that might grow into a relation. In a case of weblogs “seeing&# is reading, made more efficient by news aggregators and various notification services that allow bloggers to keep track of interesting things happening.

2009 89

Social Media for Schools #NBN October 2016

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

how to find and engage with key influencers and bloggers who can help deliver the message more effectively? . integrating websites and microsites with social.

2016 182

The Meaning of Depth and Breadth in Education

Jenny Connected

This image is used by Iain McGilchrist in his discussion of depth. They are both integral to counteracting a view of the world which is dominated by the left-hemisphere’s perspective, a world which we see from the perspective of a spectator as a two-dimensional representation.

2019 172

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

July 3, 2007 On Open and Closed Communities, and the Ephemeral Nature of Networks T heres an interesting discussion going on in one of the KM forumsI belong to about the nature of community, how it differs from anetwork, and the perils and advantages of open vs closedcommunities. Communities and organisms are tight and integrated, while networks,as we now use the term to describe certain groups of people, areloose and confederated (= in treaty together ).

2007 35

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

July 3, 2007 On Open and Closed Communities, and the Ephemeral Nature of Networks T heres an interesting discussion going on in one of the KM forumsI belong to about the nature of community, how it differs from anetwork, and the perils and advantages of open vs closedcommunities. Communities and organisms are tight and integrated, while networks,as we now use the term to describe certain groups of people, areloose and confederated (= in treaty together ).

2007 35

Open teaching and learning

Jenny Connected

They are used to working within Blackboard, uploading resources and using some of the Blackboard tools, such as discussion forums and the Blackboard blogs. Source of image . My work in July has been more face-to-face than I have been used to in recent years.

2015 232

12 Ways to DO and NOT DO a Social Media Press Release – MSF Medecins Sans Frontieres

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

I don’t have a problem with this type of TV show online – good on them – but let’s not talk about “socially integrated” shall we? The rest is for us bloggers and twitters and social media-ites as it involves solution not problem journalism.

2012 285

*Rough* Notes from the Online Community Roundtable: 1/11 at Salon.com / The WELL

Online Community Strategy

Having had to screen candidates, lots of qualified and experienced people from both marketing and community perspectives – sometimes they want a brand blogger, othertimes they want a true community manager – if we start to differentiate roles, then these may help polarize things. Audience is the difference here – even though 2 people are driving the conversation, the audience is what differentiates a community from a 1:1 discussion.

2010 45

auDA misuse of power?

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

There is no Optus branding, my site aggregates all discussions re: Optus on social networking sites. Good, bad, indifferent – all can be seen and discussed on OptusPoo. auDA’s objective in enforcing a prohibition on misspellings is to preserve the integrity of the.au

2010 217

Personal tech configuration as steward’s springboard

Digital Habitats

I used to use Blogger ). I left Blogger unhappy. Never got a stitch of help from Blogger. So much for integration, eh?). I am floored the MS Livemeeting does not have integrated participant chat. It is a lazy way of making discussion summaries as well.

Blogging and Corporate Hippies by Luis Suarez

Elsua

That’s why I am really glad that a few days back, my good friend, and fellow IBM colleague, Ben Martin , introduced me to Bernie Mitchell , who along with Andy Bargery , they run the absolutely delightful London Bloggers podcasting series.

2013 186

Media Trust launches Newsnet site and network

Social Reporter

It would be interesting to see if there are opportunities there for local bloggers. Discussion about the NESTA research moved across to Our Society , where I was able to provide a update following a very helpful chat with Jon Kingsbury: see comment here.

2012 179

What can development organizations do with Web2.0 tools?

Joitske Hulsebosch

tools (free or at low cost) You can integrating web2.0 In the wiki there are links to Dgroups , as a discussion forum, Blogger weblogs and google calendars for event planning. Integrate web2.0 In their website , they integrated flickr photo sets, Youtube videos, and a link to the weblog and wiki. A special technology which is helpful in integrating web2.0 VSO build a bloggers interface expecially for their volunteer stories.

2008 100

Social Network Marketing Campaigns: Features Attributes

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Stephen Collins and I and a bunch of Twitterati got into a discussion about social media marketing campaigns and whether they should exist earlier today. Most bloggers are promoting (marketing is promotion) their passion.

The social media I use

Nancy White

I used to use Blogger ). I left Blogger unhappy. Never got a stitch of help from Blogger. So much for integration, eh?). I am floored the MS Livemeeting does not have integrated participant chat. It is a lazy way of making discussion summaries as well.

Stories to TEL: Learning in networks and in communities of practice

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The participants of such communities learn by peripheral participation they claim, that is through their presence in the many professional discussions that take place in the context of the community. They discuss the problems and challenges they have had to face, the solutions they came up with. I discuss some of them in a forthcoming book chapter (Sloep). Powered by Blogger. Stories to TEL. This is Peter Sloeps blog on all things Technology Enhanced Learning.

2013 38

Community vs. Social Network - Lithosphere Community

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Hes a regular blogger on the Lithosphere and previously wrote in the Analytic Science blog. Author and blogger Brian Solis , introduced another classification of social media, based on the types of conversation. Now that you know the basic difference between social networks and communities from a relational perspective, next time we can discuss more interesting questions, such as the dynamics of tie formation, or what it means to businesses.

MirandaNet: Common ties

Community Capers

MirandaNet’s activity is clearly situated in schools and authentic contexts for the integration of ICTs. The supportive culture of the community shines through when at the tenth birthday party, in a discussion of the community traditions of the community, participants said they felt this was a place to take risks and people would be there to support them in that. MirandaNet has a clearly articulated purpose. This is best expressed in the community’s mission statement.

2008 100

Moxie Employees Spaces Offers Comprehensive Social Workspace

Portals and KM

Employee on-boarding can be conducted in a much more efficient manner as new hires can easily be integrated into the right work networks, significantly shortening the time for them to be connected to the right people to become effective in their work. We discussed metrics.

List of "White Label" or "Private Label" (Applications you can Rebrand) Social Networking Platforms

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

This is software you can brand and integrate tightly into your existing domain. technologies – blogs, wikis, discussion groups, social networking, podcasts, RSS, tagging, photos, videos, mapping, etc. Both help to foster community and discussion within an organization.

2008 55

An Ant’s Eye Point-of-View: Measuring Social Influence

Ant's Eyeview Blog

While these services are far from perfect due to questions about scoring algorithms and the ability for individuals to artificially inflate scores , they can be integral parts of social marketing and CRM efforts. Influencer identification is particularly helpful for blogger outreach. A great discussion thread on the “ best way to measure social media influence “ We’re curious to hear your thoughts on this much debated topic.

2011 44

Blog Cases from 2005: Renee Blodgett on Cimmunications and Marketing

Portals and KM

Many of her blogger friends were more introverted than Renee. After Renee quietly started her blog, several well-known industry bloggers encouraged her to go live with her blog and told her not to worry what others thought of her content or her writing. As this quote indicates, like many bloggers that I have talked with, Renee engages in blogging more for a sense of community that to directly promote her business.  She also finds that some bloggers are not very social.

2005 116

Social Media Club of Boston 5th Anniversary Celebration: The Evolution of Social Business

Portals and KM

In 2004 they were working to become more integrated on a global basis.  The discussion now is how to leverage the network of people. He mentioned CEMEX that wanted to integrate their people on a global basis. He discussed what Lowe’s is doing for employee connections.   Their CEO is the fourth largest blogger in the community. The tool, Discuss, said they have close to 50 million comments within 500 million readers.

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

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Of course it also has lots of CMS functionality builtin, such as versioning, flexible workflows, locking support, link integrity checking, an AJAX-interface for editing pages (just click any element on the page and edit it in-place) and much more. Many of the features you discuss in this blog.

2008 58

Lotusphere 2011 Notes: Opening Session

Portals and KM

Now I return as a blogger.  He next discussed all the people who were past of his success. Another panel discussed social business.   Larry Bowden led the discussion.  Part of this is increased integration, even with Exchange.

2011 179

Blogging to grow ideas: weblog research ethics

Mathemagenic

I put it online for two purposes: as an illustration of how weblog is used at the different stages of developing PhD ideas discussed in the Chapter 3 of my dissertation (where this piece appears) and in the Hypertext paper. The discussion continues in several weblogs. This post includes links to some of the follow-up discussion, examples of choices by others, and a reference to the ethics guidelines of Association of Internet Research. This piece is from my dissertation.

2009 89

25 Common Social Media and Web Marketing Mistakes

Online Social Networking

Over the past few years I’ve identified dozens of factors that contribute to lack of web marketing success, and in this article I discuss 25 of the most important ones: Failing to Plan - Strategy must precede tactics. Should Blogger or Wordpress.com determine its disposition?

Maintaining a Successful Corporate Community at Fast Wonder Blog: Consulting, Online Communities, and Social Media

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Integration into other relevant areas of the site. For example, if you have a static page describing your efforts in sustainability, you could pull the 5 most recent blog posts or discussions from the sustainability section of your community into a sidebar on the static page.

2006 28

Fast Forward Summit Notes – Andrew McAfee

Green Chameleon

I found out that he was the first blogger at Harvard Business School and that now there are two. First, he discussed his course - the informal title is "what every general manager needs to know about IT” - he finds that his students do not want to be CIOs although many have IT background but they do not want to go back there. (I All of the discussion about enabling emergence is wonderful and I totally support it, as it is part of my DNA.

2008 100

5 Top List Building Destinations

Online Social Networking

In List Building Using Twitter , I discuss the importance of list building in marketing. They are just as useful to owners of static websites as they are to bloggers. My service has a high delivery rate , many important features, good customer service, and it integrates with Google’s FeedBurner RSS if you have a blog. I’ve written about list building extensively in connection with social media. It’s time to revisit social media list building once again.

2010 57

On Twitter and in the Workplace, It's Power to the Connectors - Rosabeth Moss Kanter - Harvard Business Review

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Fewer people act as power-holders monopolizing information or decision-making, and more people serve as integrators using relationships and persuasion to get things done.

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Summary of Some Summaries of Enterprise 2.0 Conference

Portals and KM

Marc Smith, Kate Niederhofferand Daniel Debow kindled a great discussion on how to drive, visualize and measure performance via less geeky constructs. Having experienced much of the unnecessary and expensive pain of old school large scale systems integration I would agree. They need to integrate and co-exist. Post #e2conf thoughts – installment 1 was provided by Gil Yehuda, another blogger I greatly respect. and have discussed this (e.g.,

2009 100

Who Should be Your Chief Collaboration Officer? - Morten T. Hansen and Scott Tapp - The Conversation - Harvard Business Review

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Hansen and Scott Tapp | Comments () Email Tweet This Post to Facebook Share on LinkedIn Print Companies need an executive responsible for integrating the enterprise — a Chief Collaboration Officer (CCO).

2010 79

Blog Cases from 2005: Ed Brill on IBM, Collaboration, and More

Portals and KM

He added, “I've made blogging an integral part of my communications.”  Ed’s biggest challenge came when he went through a period of time that all bloggers do, where he felt like he was a slave to the blog. Ed maintained good relationships with his communications and legal teams to ensure that any questionable content could be discussed openly. This is another in a series of case studies from people I interviewed in 2005 about their blogging efforts.

2013 126