Comment moderating

Collaborative Thinking

Just a quick note - I turned on moderation for comments just to reduce the amount of spam I have been getting lately on blog posts. For comments that have a normal looking name and are "on topic", you can expect those comments to show up, regardless of whether you agree with me or not - I'm just looking to reduce the noise. And, if the comment has to do with the discussion - that's great - you're in.

Share2011 - Opening Comments

Michael Sampson - Currents

This is the second annual Share conference in Australia. Based on the Share 2010 conference last year, The Eventful Group won "Best Asia Pacific Conference 2010" at at awards ceremony in London. In 2012, the conference is also being produced in South Africa (February) and Atlanta (April).

Gizmodo and Comments

Community Guy

Comment and content moderation is a much discussed topic amongst our clients. There are three levels of commenters: Unapproved, Approved and Starred. You basically have to audition for the right to comment, by leaving a smart blurb—if it’s good, you’ll get approved by an editor, one of our moderators, or a starred commenter, and then people can see your comment. There are three levels of comments: Unapproved, Approved and Featured.

I LOVE comments

Net-Map Toolbox

Write a comment Just in case you read something you dis- or agree with, you have another thought about or even know the answer to: Don’t be shy. Make my day.

8 ways to deal with negative comments in online communities

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

How do you respond to a negative comment in an online community, on Facebook? Shut the Page down, ban the commenter, suck up to them? Well, every company does it differently, but let’s look at corporate vs personal voice when dealing with negative comments.

The News Site Comments Problem

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Closing Comments Alters Your Purpose

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Boston E20 Session Comments: Humans vs. Computers

Portals and KM

There were quite a few posts on Andrew McAfee’ s keynote at the recnet Boston Enterprise 2.0 conference where he argues that machines are getting smarter than people. Big Data' Changes Everything, It's Time to Race With the Machines #e2conf. Day 3 of Enterprise 2.0: Race with the Machine #e2conf. Enterprise 2.0: Uncomfortable Truths About Big Data. Before we bow down too low to our new masters I would say “it depends.”

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Green Chameleon » Blog comments

Green Chameleon

Cheers, Awie Posted on July 08, 2006 at 11:53 AM | Comment permalink Patrick Thanks for giving this so much attention Awie Maybe I should clarify my point on the 5 examples where examining motive seems non-useful.

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Blog comments that make you say “wow!” | BlogHer | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

How do you feel about comments? People ask me if comments in blogs are important. There are also terrific blogs that either have comments turned off, or create an experience where we don’t feel compelled to comment.

Green Chameleon » Blog comments

Green Chameleon

Please submit your questions to them in via the comments section below this post, or by email to enquiries-at-straitsknowledge.com Our three eminent personalities are: Dr David Vaine, Senior Partner, Apparently KM Incorporated.

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Posted by Patrick on 20/06/06 at 02: 33 PM | Categories: KM Applied , KM Critiqued , Video Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. Comment Guidelines : Basic XHTML is allowed ( , , ) Line breaks and paragraphs are automatically generated.

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Posted by Patrick on 19/06/06 at 02: 00 PM | Categories: Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. Comment Guidelines : Basic XHTML is allowed ( , , ) Line breaks and paragraphs are automatically generated.

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Borges’ list is reproduced on wikipedia at [link] Posted on June 23, 2006 at 10:11 AM | Comment permalink Matt Moore Love the diagram. Think i will steal it… Posted on June 27, 2006 at 07:50 AM | Comment permalink Patrick With due credit I hope Glad you liked it!

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Sasja's Comment on Doing Business with IBM Connections (2013)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Here''s Sasja''s comment on the book after she received her copy: " If you are going to embark on a social busines journey using IBM Connections this is a MUST read! Sasja Beerendonk''s approach to using IBM Connections is one of the featured case studies in my book Doing Business with IBM Connections (2013).

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Are Blog Comments Worth It? Treasure the Conversations

Elsua

WebWorkerDaily has got a very interesting and thought-provoking blog post where they are actually questioning the worthiness of having comments turned on in a blog, whether for personal or business use, given the recent happenings of very popular blogs finally deciding to turn comments off for now.

Online Comments Offer More Than an All (Open Comments) or Nothing (No Comments) Game

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Comments on Jeff McKenna's Agile Development Blog

Portals and KM

Jeff McKenna recently started the Agile Development Blog to share his thoughts on Agile development and the broader issues of team dynamics that go beyond Agile and software. Jeff is an Agile evangelist for Serena Software and long time participant in Agile and preceding modes of software development. As the tagline states, “In this blog we explore topics, issues, questions and puzzles regarding Agile Software Development as it is applied in the Enterprise.

SharePoint 2010 for Intranets: Post-Webinar Comments

Michael Sampson - Currents

Some Extra Comments from Me. Here are some extra comments from me, 12 hours removed from the event. Earlier today, the Intranet Benchmarking Forum hosted a 90-minute webinar on SharePoint 2010 for Intranets. Martin White from Intranet Focus in the United Kingdom was the lead presenter, and I was one of the panelists.

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Power of Information open for commenting

Social Reporter

In that spirit the report site is open for comment before finalising proposals.

Green Chameleon » Blog comments

Green Chameleon

Posted by edgar on 14/07/06 at 07: 24 PM | Categories: Change Management , Culture , Knowledge Sharing Permalink 3 Comments so far Stuart Edgar, I think most people do not realize the implications for blogging in the bigger scheme of things, search engine marketing and business credibility in particular. Posted on April 04, 2007 at 08:33 PM | Comment permalink Page 1 of 1 pages Comment Guidelines : Basic XHTML is allowed ( , , ) Line breaks and paragraphs are automatically generated.

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Read the guide Posted by Patrick on 27/06/06 at 10: 52 AM | Categories: Information & Records Management , KM Applied Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. Comment Guidelines : Basic XHTML is allowed ( , , ) Line breaks and paragraphs are automatically generated.

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Posted by Patrick on 22/06/06 at 11: 00 AM | Categories: Change Management , KM Applied Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. Comment Guidelines : Basic XHTML is allowed ( , , ) Line breaks and paragraphs are automatically generated.

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Posted by Patrick on 21/06/06 at 01: 23 PM | Categories: Change Management , KM Applied , Leadership Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. Comment Guidelines : Basic XHTML is allowed ( , , ) Line breaks and paragraphs are automatically generated.

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Green Chameleon

Interested parties please send your CV and contact to: Professor Eric Tsui The Hong Kong Polytechnic University E-mail: Phone: +852 2766 6609 URL: [link] Posted by Patrick on 21/06/06 at 06: 22 PM | Categories: Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. Comment Guidelines : Basic XHTML is allowed ( , , ) Line breaks and paragraphs are automatically generated.

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Blog comments that make you say “wow!� | BlogHer

Nancy White

Read the comments on this post Blog comments that make you say “wow!&# | BlogHer (which of course, I found because Denise linked to me otherwise I would not have seen it because there are not enough hours in the day.) How do you feel about comments?

Green Chameleon » Blog comments

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Posted by edgar on 15/06/06 at 12: 01 AM | Categories: KM Competencies , KM Critiqued Permalink 7 Comments so far Michael Cheng A writer from thinksmart.com referenced Cirque Du Soleil as an example of what you’ve observed, Edgar."life Posted on June 16, 2006 at 10:17 AM | Comment permalink Paolina Borrowed an interesting book this evening titled “Raising Your Child to be Champion in Athletics, Arts and Academics&# by Wayne Bryan.

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He was also moved by the story and perhaps in offering some words of consolation, commented that it is probably the only life they know i.e. they did not know any other life. Posted by Edgar Tan on 27/06/06 at 01: 48 AM | Categories: KM Critiqued , Knowledge Transfer Permalink 4 Comments so far Matt Moore Paolina - pity is a fine emotion as far as it goes. Posted on June 27, 2006 at 07:47 AM | Comment permalink Patrick This is a very strong story Paolina.

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Green Chameleon » Blog comments

Green Chameleon

Posted by Patrick on 07/07/06 at 11: 16 AM | Categories: Knowledge Sharing Permalink 6 Comments so far Awie Foong A very BIG thank you to iKMS for the great event, and especially Patrick for his kindness… My only regret is that none of my colleagues show up, despite some keen sales talk from me prior to the event. Patrick offers some very good and equally critical comments on both my framework and approach. To be honest I need some time to respond to the comments.

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Green Chameleon

I got quite a lot of comments, including some private emails about similar stories, some of them almost as peculiar as mine. Posted by Patrick on 27/06/06 at 04: 02 PM | Categories: Conferences , KM Critiqued , Knowledge Sharing Permalink 2 Comments so far I’ve faced the problem before as well and my normal attitude to said conference organisers is normall fairly straight forward. Posted on June 28, 2006 at 04:21 AM | Comment permalink Patrick I have seent his often as well.

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Green Chameleon » Blog comments

Green Chameleon

Posted by Edgar Tan on 19/06/06 at 05: 01 PM | Categories: KM Critiqued , Risk & Uncertainty Permalink 0 Comment so far Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. Comment Guidelines : Basic XHTML is allowed ( , , ) Line breaks and paragraphs are automatically generated. www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Does KM Have a Place for Fate?

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How CNN and The New York Times Moderate Comments

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Posted by Patrick on 15/06/06 at 06: 30 PM | Categories: Change Management , Information & Records Management , KM Applied Permalink 1 Comment so far Matt Moore Trackback Posted on June 21, 2006 at 05:44 PM | Comment permalink Page 1 of 1 pages Commenting is not available in this weblog entry. Comment Guidelines : Basic XHTML is allowed ( , , ) Line breaks and paragraphs are automatically generated.

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YouTube Comment Notification Changes Negatively Impact Moderation

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Blog Panel: The Comments Generated the Content

Portals and KM

In a blog sense, that means that a successful blog is one that generates a full and rich conversation (embodied by a long set of comments). Many of the questions offered rich meat for future conversations (or threads, or comments, somewhere): When to blog in the light (public, external Web) and when to blog in the dark (inside the firewall) Who should be allowed to blog?

Comments on Attending and Speaking at AusLUG 2012 in Melbourne

Michael Sampson - Currents

Yesterday I had the privilege of attending and speaking at AusLUG 2012 in Melbourne. I was only able to attend for the day, in light of my other recent and upcoming travel commitments. which made for an awfully long day. I was up at 2.20am in New Zealand, and after going to Melbourne for the day and back again, made it back to bed at 1.15am on Friday morning. I guess that's the reality of business travel (sometimes).

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Pulling It All Together - Michael's Comments on Lotusphere 2012

Michael Sampson - Currents

I've been attending Lotusphere 2012 as an industry analysit this week in Orlando. Although I've known some people, it's been overwhelming being here for the first time. 5,000-7,000 people sharing a relatively small space for a week is quite incredible. It's definitely the biggest event I've ever attended. To date, I've taken notes on all of the sessions I've attended, and blogged those here if that was permitted.

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Brief comments on two recent reviews of Digital Habitat

Digital Habitats

It reminds me of an off-comment by Fritjof Capra who said a while back that my work amounts to a complexity approach without the jargon. Roy Christopher on Culture, Computers, and Communities: Two Recent Books. Thanks, Roy. I think your point about nature and technology is exactly the point we were trying to make about community and technology: the two are becoming so intertwined that they constitute each other in deep ways. Alice MacGillivray (2009).

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Comment on Doing Business with IBM Connections (2013) - Andy in the United States

Michael Sampson - Currents

Andy from Lowe''s recently commented on Doing Business with IBM Connections (2013) : " I''ve had the pleasure of knowing Michael for several years. He is one of the first people I read and reached out to when I helped start our Social Business journey at Lowe''s. His latest book demonstrates why he remains one of the top thought leaders in the E2.0 industry.

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Comments on the 2010 AIIM Report, "SharePoint - Strategies and Experiences"

Michael Sampson - Currents

Here are my comments after reading the report: 1. Last year, AIIM published a 35-page market intelligence report on SharePoint. Since the report was underwritten by a number of vendors, it is available at no charge. See the PDF on AIIM's site (4.4 MB, 35 pages). " In this report, we look more closely at the impact SharePoint is having, both for existing ECM-suite users and for those choosing SharePoint to be their first ECM system.