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2.0 is a Balancing Act, “Oh Really”

May 27, 2010 1 comment

It’s likely you have been following the pressure Facebook has been getting concerning its privacy policies.  The pressure seems to be working, as Facebook recently announced it will change its approach to privacy and make it easier for users to protect their personal data. This has been an on going battle.  I first commented on […]

Making Blogs More Transparent Angers Bloggers – Huh?

December 1, 2009 8 comments

An article in today’s Boston Globe, reports that a new regulation will compel bloggers to disclose any affiliations or gifts they have received. As Web 2.0 matures, it will be more regulated. This is an issue I have blogged and spoken about many times before.  But what makes this article even more interesting to me […]

Enterprise 2.0: From the Horse’s Mouth

November 9, 2009 11 comments

And we’re just back from San Francisco, where we could be found doing a half-day Innovation Workshop “Going the Last 9 Yards of Enterprise 2.0,” a session on Findability “How Search 2.0 Has Been Redefined by Enterprise 2.0,” a session on Culture and Change “Can Enterprise 2.0 Crack the Knowledge Management Culture Barrier?” and not […]

Getting Real (Close to) RealTime Collaboration

October 22, 2009 11 comments

The second wave of Google Wave invites (outside of the development community it was initially released to in May/June) has been zipping across the web in the last 10 days – with the 8 invites I’d waved on twitter being snapped in minutes, and similar pleas for Wave invites lighting up the trending topics on […]

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