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Grassroots KM through blogging "In this article, we share our experiences with a strategy and technology so simple in design, that it could present the next wave of grassroots KM implementations. We are talking of the "storytelling" as the killer strategy, and "blogs" as the killer technology." 08/18/01 update: Life On The Internet: Could Blogging [...]
Joho latest issue out Much to read, as usually. Let’s take two quotes from different but somehow related parts. "To achieve the engineering aim of being capable of being extended without requiring changes to the core infrastructure, the long beards built a system with no built-in checks on the data being carried. Value free? Ask [...]
NYT: "The danger of a dot-com displacing General Electric or Wal-Mart or Citibank is much less than it looked like it was in the days when they were being very complacent," he said. "The risk is that they’ll go back into complacency." Now experimentation and new applications are probably coming from smaller companies with less [...]
Next-generation e-biz "Most companies appear to be taking a wait-and-see attitude toward Web services, but few are debating that the service-oriented architecture will provide the next set of building blocks in the evolution of e-business. As Web services move from curiosity to compulsory, how dynamic e-business can become will ultimately depend on good vendor cooperation [...]
Tivo for the web? That’s what Radio Userland is going to become, and that’s how the OpenCola spokesman Cory Doctorow describes his company as well.
I'm CEO of an online trade publishing firm in the marketing and defense verticals. We try to make news and data digestible and useful in an environment that is more noisy each day. This personal blog mixes my thoughts and interests on politics, business, software, and more, based on my business and personal experiences. Over the years I have posted items that turned out spectacularly wrong, and a few posts that stood the test of times better. Personal views only.