Gilbane Boston: Content as Strategic Social Object

Gilbane Conference Boston

Although the Gilbane group has a different three Cs that I’m normally talking about (Content, Collaboration, and Customers rather than Content, Community, and Commerce) I’m looking forward to this year’s Gilbane Boston. I’ll be part of a panel in the “Colleagues and Collaboration” track, about Social Publishing: C5. Social Publishing: Strategic Content as Social Objects […]

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Intranet 2.0 Global Study

Toby Ward of Prescient Digital Media writes a blog called Intranet 2.0, which is consistently full of useful strategies for those who build, maintain, and manage internally facing corporate sites. He’s currently running a survey, which you should take 10 minutes or so to fill out: What’s in it for you?: Respondents who complete the […]

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Reviewing the Groundswell

One danger of reviewing a book is the reality that the reviews ultimately say more about the reviewer, and the book he or she wishes had been written, than they do about the book which actually was written. It’s in that context that I offer this review of Groundswell, by Forrester Research analysts Charlene Li […]

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Enterprise Portals, Collaboration, and the Web

I’m in San Diego this week for the Enterprise3 conference, which the organizers describe thusly: Enterprise3 consists of three separate, but related, components: Enterprise Web and Information Management Conference – a conference that provides technology managers and IT staff with a detailed guide to selecting and implementing technology and product innovations in Web 2.0, portals, […]

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