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I’m resonating with how Joitske Hulsebosch has organized “ Tools for social network analysis from beginners to advanced levels.”

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Just before Christmas CMS Watch threw a little firecracker into the taxonomy community (which we didn’t notice till New Year) when they threw out the following gleeful prediction for 2009: “ Taxonomies are dead. Long live metadata! This is bad and shallow journalism from people who should know better. people asked.

Into Africa

Chris Corrigan

I kept straining for glances of the continent below as we headed inland over the Kalahari desert in Botswana and still the land was obscured by low cloud and ground fog. For the first time since 1978 I stepped today onto a new continent. I have never been to Africa before, not even close. It is a strange thing to fly over Africa at night.

The HBR List 2009 - How Social Networks Network Best

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Bees, like human beings, are social animals,and evolution has provided them with elegant approaches to group decision making. One of the most important group decisions made by a bee colony is where tolocate the hive. Bees use a kind of “idea market” to guide their discovery: The colonysends out a small number of scouts to survey the environment.

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www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about What Are We? Just before Christmas CMS Watch threw a little firecracker into the taxonomy community (which we didn’t notice till New Year) when they threw out the following gleeful prediction for 2009: “ Taxonomies are dead. Long live metadata!