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Upcoming Speaking Engagements in Philadelphia, Raleigh and London (Virtual)

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On November 5, I will be speaking at WordCamp Philly (November 5-6 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), a [.]. I wanted to take a moment and share some of my upcoming speaking engagements. I love to meet people in person and the main way that I do that is through the conferences and events that I speak at. Managing Online Forums (Book) ManagingCommunities.com

CoP Terminology, Greg Reid, Search Patterns, Philadelphia KM Group, MAKE Nominations, Black Swan

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KM Link of the Week The Knowledge Management Group of Philadelphia April Meeting Date: April 9, 2008 Topic: Applying KM System Ownership Across a Medical Affairs Department Presenter: Paul E.

CoP Terminology, Greg Reid, Search Patterns, Philadelphia KM Group, MAKE Nominations, Black Swan - Weekly Knowledge Management blog by Stan Garfield

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KM Link of the Week The Knowledge Management Group of Philadelphia April Meeting Date: April 9, 2008 Topic: Applying KM System Ownership Across a Medical Affairs Department Presenter: Paul E.

Essential Qualities of Open Business Ambassadors

Elsua

I guess that’s what happens when you are stuck in a plane, en route to Philadelphia, to then land in NYC, to spend an entire week with your work team, and you have got plenty of thinking time, and lots of space to write about it comfortably.

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Can British cities learn from US ‘networked localism’? : RSA blogs

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So, for example, the Seattle Minimum Wage Task Force took evidence and exchanged ideas with city and business leaders from Chicago, San Francisco, New York, Philadelphia and San Jose. RSA BLOGS RSS FEED. Arts and Society. Design and Society. Education Matters. Enterprise. Fellowship. Recovery. Social Brain. Social Economy. Adam Lent. Can British cities learn from US ‘networked localism’? May 14, 2014 by Ben Lucas Filed under: Social Economy. Tweet.

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Ken Carroll » Blog Archive » Linear and non-linear learning

Ken Carroll

In addition to my own language-learning experiences inside and outside the classroom, I’ve a bit of secondhand experience with the subject, as my mother homeschooled my younger brother after seeing all the fun I was having in the Philadelphia public school system. Ken Carroll networks, languages, and learning 2.0

Notes on "End User Adoption Solutions" (Steve Smith, Combined Knowledge)

Michael Sampson - Currents

I was just speaking with someone in Philadelphia two days ago about a huge need for this type of material. Steve Smith, director (and SharePoint MVP) from Combined Knowledge in the UK talked about his new end user adoption solution and material. His new "end user adoption framework" brings together training and education material. He key quote: "the challenge with SharePoint is not about upskilling devs and admins. it's about enabling end users to use SharePoint in their work." (no

Doing It Really Wrong And Making It Right

Charmed Particles

Here's a horror story with a small social media angle.some screeners in Philadelphia forced a disabled 4 year old's parents to remove his leg braces - then had him hobble through the metal detector. We've all got TSA horror stories (my favorite is the time at MCO that I was threatened with arrest for moving some of the plastic tubs from one line - where there were lots - to our line - where there were none).

World Blogging Tour thanks to BlarneyCrone #WBT

Endless Knots

Because this configuration of molecules, born of New York parents in a small Pennsylvania Dutch town not far from Philadelphia, is passing through its unique spacetime, absorbing, shedding, observing, ignoring, and desperately trying to make sense of this confusing wonder called life.

Milgram and Orwell's Love Child Works at Heathrow

Evolving Web

The guy then said, "Okay I got you this seat on the flight to Philadelphia. I woke up this morning in Malmö Sweden. I am coming off a quick set of trips to Cape Town and Malmö. Wonderful trips. A lot of flying, but both destinations were wonderfully worth it. I met amazing people, saw the disparate beauty of both cities, got some personal processing done, and even made a little money here and there. .

On the 25th anniversary of my mother's death.

Endless Knots

She was one of the first teachers of lipreading in Harlem, a skill that she took with her to Pennsylvania when my parents moved there in 1945, founding the first lipreading school in the Philadelphia area. Here, from seven years ago, a repost with the letter she left for her funeral.

"Specter, of course"

Endless Knots

The Pottstown Mercury (according to Wikipedia, the smallest circulation newspaper in the US to win two Pulitzer Prizes and where I had my first job as a journalist) was then a "feeder paper" for the Philadelphia Bulletin (it lives no more). " Being about 18 at the time, I barely knew who Specter was, but it turned out he was the now-famous senator, running for DA in Philadelphia.

An Ant’s Eye Point-of-View: Retrospective of April Fools’ Day in Social Media

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Get executive participation : Philadelphia pilots dedicated sidewalk SPACE for distracted pedestrians. The April Fools’ Day ritual of making your friends believe something outrageously untrue has certainly changed when introduced into digital communities. A tradition once reserved for the inner circle of friends, has now been adapted for the status update, webpage and YouTube video.

Wild travel

Chris Corrigan

We have a lady held two conversations in Philadelphia and Fargo and we are heading to Tampa and Tucson in the new year. 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.

Social Networks And Group Formation - Boxes and Arrows: The design behind the design

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ACM Press: Philadelphia, PA, USA. ACM Press: Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Verifying Virtual Value - Chief Learning Officer magazine

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Armchair Change Agents

Hildy Gottlieb

Most recently, this article from the Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal has been making quite a splash, yet another voice touting the newest movement to solve the sector’s woes: the “Social Investment” Movement. This week I get to indulge in one of the most energizing parts of my work.

Enterprise 2.0 Conference – What to Expect – Day 2

Elsua

Well, I am going to take that opportunity now, as I am on my way to Boston through Madrid and then Philadelphia and I have got a long flight ahead of me from MAD to PHI alone. What a rush from the last couple of days!

Jon Dron :: Weblog :: E-pluribus unum

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Scientists examine how social networks influence behavior

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Obama, GM, "bank crisis" Login | Sign Up FREE Home | RSS | Edit Settings | Help Select Content Set Delivery Update Profile Top News My News DailyWe Focus Pages Scientists examine how social networks influence behavior by faye flam , The Philadelphia Inquirer More Photos (1) Comments Email Share Print PHILADELPHIA _ Conventional wisdom holds that its not what you know, its who you know.

How Online Collaboration is Changing Scholarship

Influence

For several years, she was exclusively researching women in colonial Philadelphia over the span of a decade.

Groups and Networks

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My network, for example,includes my colleagues at Socialtext, my former McKinsey colleagues, myneighbors in Philadelphia, the other parents at my childrens day care,and so on.

Oldie but goodie: "CompuServe's Intranet Forum"

Endless Knots

Jessica Lipnack: Alistair, my brother is in Philadelphia and we communicate by e-mail almost daily. Out of nowhere, my colleague, Diane Gayeski , who serves as Associate Dean and Professor of Communication at Ithaca College , found this little gem in her files. I got to know Diane well when we both worked on American Management Association's " Leading Virtual and Remote Teams " course, Diane as course designer, and I as subject matter expert.

'Flocking' behavior lands on social networking sites - USATODAY.com

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People are reorganizing their lives to expand their communication media, says Keith Hampton, an assistant professor of communication at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.