Did You Know? Social Networks in Spain


Who hasn’t heard about the now incredibly popular series of video clips shared in YouTube, amongst several other places, under the heading " Did You Know? "

Technologies of Cooperation

Jenny Connected

Sharing economies, social production and collaborative consumption. Sharing economies, social production and collaborative consumption. Tagged: #cooplit , affordances , cooperation , howard rheingold , opensource tools , sharing economies , smart mobs , technology.

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Trending Sources

Technologies of Cooperation

Jenny Connected

Sharing economies, social production and collaborative consumption. Sharing economies, social production and collaborative consumption. Tagged: #cooplit , affordances , cooperation , howard rheingold , opensource tools , sharing economies , smart mobs , technology.

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Teamwork Needs Healthy Friction to Collaborate and Get Work Done More Effectively


After I left the country and before I started working in the IT industry, I was a cook, as I mentioned in another blog post last week, in several different types of restaurants in multiple countries (Spain, France, Germany, UK, etc.

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Social Media Clout: Klout them up – don’t you know who I am?

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Every time you use social media to tick a box , click Like or Share , hit retweet or reply , you are being tracked. Disclaimer: I was offered a trip to South of France because of my Klout score (I was already in Spain at the time so reluctantly said no) and a free use of a car over summer.

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KM, Enterprise 2.0 and Social Business: One and The Same


So here I am again, thanks for sticking around and for all of the insightful comments shared across so far! Any ideas out there folks would want to share across? “Implementing a knowledge sharing system&# is NOT a business outcome&#.

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How to Use Employee Engagement to Boost Your Business


So what can both businesses and knowledge workers do to take things into the next level, to walk that extra mile to help align a common set of business objectives and a co-shared, common vision then? Curating good, relevant content that matters to you is just such a wonderful thing!

El Cielo de Canarias


As usual, and like I have been doing already for a few weeks now, it’s time to get started with another week at work and share that inspiring video clip that would help set the stage on what promises to be another exciting week.

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Never Underestimate Your Innate Ability to Network Through Conversation


Those were the first few words that came to my mind earlier on today, after having returned, over the weekend, from a short holiday break in Barcelona , Spain. I just went quiet for a while without sharing anything out there, not even here in this blog. . Summer is over.

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Reflections from 2011 – The Year of Mobile, Again


So that leaves me out to use the 3G and the 3G Modem while in Spain, right? For many times I have been travelling to mainland Spain, to rather big cities, right in the city center, and yet the 3G connection is incredibly poor.

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Finding Time to Reflect while on Vacation


“ Indeed, every year, during the course of the summer I have been enjoying tremendously that pilgrimage back home to see my family in León, Spain, where I was born and raised, and catch up with them for a few days to see what they have been up to.

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Vacation Is A State Of Mind


In the whole time that I spent on vacation, this time around going back home to León , mainland Spain, I hardly managed to be connected to the Social Web.

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Wrap Up of 2nd Annual Community Manager Day: Voices Around the World #CMAD « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The folks at Fresh Networks discuss the Pros and Cons Sysomos does analysis on the event A community managers job never ends at 6pm by Social Media Club See Spain’s Community Manager Day website -Spanish More discussions spreading the globe and more here -Spanish What is a Community Manager?

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The Mindset of Work


From a very very early age, while I was born and raised in a tiny village in mainland Spain, I have always been fascinated by the future and what roll humanity may well play in making it happen. What’s the future of work?

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My Top 5 iOS Apps of the Week – Week #3


. Last week I didn’t have much of a chance to put together another blog post from the My Top 5 iOS Apps of the Week series, as I was away on a short holiday break to Barcelona, Spain. Oh, and watch out for a little gift I will be sharing along for one of them at the end of this post… .

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Great Products Don’t Need Customer Service – “La Bicha”


As you may have noticed from my social networking activities from last week, I decided to take a few days off, with the summer holidays, and head over to mainland Spain, to visit my family in León , where I was born and raised many moons ago.

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Let The Next Adventure Begin – The What Next (The System of Me)


Before I go on and explain what I mean with that system of me, please do allow me to share a story over here that would help explain why I am choosing those words carefully in terms of what I will be doing next. Without spoiling it too much, Scott gets to talk about three main key points that I thought I would share across over here, as teasers, to entice you to watch through it in its entirety: .

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Social Media Flies Past Email and Search for Web Usage

Portals and KM

Ross Dawson recently shared (on his blog) a new Nielsen report with detailed statistics on online activity that I learned about from his Twitter feed.  Ross also lists the top countries in social media and blog usage: Australia, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, U.K., I can remember when Email and Search were the top two in Web usage (aside from porn). Of course, I can remember when there was no Web. Times have changed.

GyPSii Webtop

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Home People Places Login Email: Password: Remember Me   I forgot my password Download Free Mobile Client Whats Happening on GyPSii Drag slider for more Places & People Click to view on map PlaceMe Record your life in photo, video and audio on your mobile phone, automatically geotag your content and share it with your friends in real time on their mobiles and on the web. Share your lives with each other.

eModeration Station » Mobile learning #1: The big picture

e-Moderation Station

Share this on Facebook. A friend here in Spain who is learning English listens to grammar podcasts in his iPod while training for marathons. Subscribe to the comments for this post? Tweet This! Add this to Google Reader. Email this to a friend? [Or:

The Trials and Tribulations of a Mobile Knowledge Worker in a Social Business World


Thus I decided to go local, since I was in Spain; I decided to rely on my 3G connection for my iPhone and iPad and on my 3G USB modem or my Mac.

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The Perks of Freelance Work


All in all, and through this blogging exercise , I am hoping to provide a somewhat balanced overview on what it is like being an independent and, essentially, share a few of the things I have learned along over the course of these last three years.

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Mapping a community – easy and not-so-easy

Learning Alliances

Three responses per country: Brazil, Nepal, South Africa, and Spain. There are probably more differences with regard to knowledge management, knowledge sharing, and access to the Internet within any given country than there are between countries.

5 Cool things I learned about in 2013

e-Moderation Station

Two days ago I attended a conference here in Spain – of the five plenary speakers, exactly none were women. Photo by Creativity103. Of course I learned a lot more than five things in 2013, but here are five that I especially like: 1 The quantified self movement.

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Gran Canaria – Celebrating the Mini-Continent


In fact, all along, I have always felt it was probably the best decision I have ever made in my life, next perhaps to the one I have made 10 years later when, just recently, a bit over a month ago, I decided to make a move from IBM after 17 years of service in three different countries: The Netherlands, Ireland and Spain. It’s the second longest place I have ever lived in, apart from my family place, back in mainland Spain (León). Today is a special day for yours truly.

Solutions for An Ageing Population in the Era of Open Business


And that’s just for the US, country where perhaps ageing is not as alarming as in other countries like Japan, Spain or Italy. Instead, we are now much more hyperconnected, engaged, collaborative and knowledge sharing prone than ever before.

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The 1-minute mLearning panel summary

e-Moderation Station

Lindsay Clandfield (Spain): Teacher, trainer and author. an iPad), the classroom dynamic is much calmer, as kids don’t need to share. Photo by borkur.net.

The Metamovement: Moving Beyond Marches and People in the Street

How to Save the World

I’d welcome your thoughts and will share them with the Metamovement groups.

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Little Venice in the Spring


I thought it would be a good time again to reintroduce a new series of blog posts to make justice to the beautiful island I have been living in for the last six years: Gran Canaria , Spain.

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My Top 10 Reasons Why I Bought an iPad


Late last week you would remember how I put together a blog post where I started collecting a number of the Daily #iPad Apps that I keep sharing across over in Twitter, for those folks who may be potentially interested.

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Treasuring the Moment That Changed Our Lives for Good


Witnessing the historical moment of Spain winning the World Cup Final for the first time! Today is exactly one month and one day since Spain beat The Netherlands in the World Cup Final 1-0 and, when one comes to think about it, it sounds like it all happened a few years back already!

Why I’m an IBMer


specially after I graduated from university as an English teacher in Salamanca , Spain, in 1995 (Who would have thought about that, right?).

Networks for Humanitarian Aid

Joitske Hulsebosch

An interesting case was shared of a coordination meeting between humanitarian aid organisations that continues for years, and doesn't not seem to yield much value to the participants in terms of learning and innovation. Miguel from Spain raised the cultural differences at national level.

Guidelines for Group Collaboration and Emergence « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

I’ve created a summary of a chapter that I’d like to share, as I think it can be valuable for many of us, and specifically for the community of practitioners around the junto concept. Collaboration is an act of shared creation or discovery. Greetings from Spain.

Twouble with Twitters and Smarter Collaboration Your Way


Today has been one of those where in some parts of Spain it has been a bank holiday and in some others it hasn’t. Thus let’s get started and share the fun! The second video I would want to share with you folks is a bit more serious.

The Business Value of Social Software by Luis Suarez


Well, here is another blog post to share some further insights on the topic. This time around sharing a personal story on how I am benefiting from social computing myself and how, as a result of that, IBM itself benefits from it as well (I would hope).

Swisscom: Main Reason Why I Will Never Stay in an NH Hotel. Ever!


Of course, due to an overall awful experience on the recent trip that I did to Barcelona, Spain, towards the end of June. Instead, here I am, on my own blog, sharing with you folks why I’ll no longer stay, ever , and I mean *ever*, in an NH Hotel in any city in the world. And needless to say that I shared my ¢2.

Trip to Madrid and Barcelona to Present at Lotusphere Comes to You on Enterprise 2.0


Tomorrow I will start with a half and half vacation / business trip into mainland Spain. In this particular edition there are plenty of news to be shared as well and as such there are plenty of new sources of information.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Monday, February 9, 2009 Co-operatives: The Feeling is Mutual BLOG Co-operatives: TheFeeling is Mutual Thevirtuous cycle of the Natural Economy, described in thisearlier post A co-operative, basically, is a form of organization whosemembers share a common purpose ( not earning a profit) and whose members are all equal. If youre a member of Mountain Equipment Co-op (a Canadian co-op withthree million members) for example, your shared purpose is sustainableoutdoor recreation.

“Ficciones y Aflicciones” By Ernesto Uria


From there onwards, I shared with her a few tips on what to do in Madrid for the remaining time that she is going to be there, and we both departed to our usual schedules for the day.