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Online personas, personality, and other fun bits

Another week, another interesting discussion over at the Com-Prac list. Again, it was one of little immediate impact on CoP management, but it did have some relevance. This time we thrashed what was in fact two different issues: 1. The first was about what is a personality, what is character (if anything) and the role … Sigue leyendo

Community 2.0: conference envy

One of the most vexing parts of working for a company that thoroughly ignores KM and CoPs (getting something done involves flying below the radar, and ultimately getting swatted – I’m getting used to it- or using your own free time as usual) is the sheer impossibility of attending events such as Community 2.o, over … Sigue leyendo

Participation stats (not so credible)

In the last few days, a report on “consumer generated media” by analysis firm Hitwise is doing the rounds. Snaps like the low-looking participation at YouTube and Flickr (0,16% upload videos, 0,2% upload photos respectively, or so Hitwise finds) have helped it make it to the headlines. The 4,6% of visitors that purportedly edit or … Sigue leyendo

37Signal’s Highrise: CRM for the masses, sort of

You probably have heard of 37Signals. Besides much else, they are the ones that got the “Ruby on Rails” badwagon rolling, and probably the maximum exponent of Web 2.0 programming techniques. More relevant, their software can hardly get any slicker, or better thought. They have long offered a hosted service called Basecamp, a simplified project … Sigue leyendo

Nuevo white paper: Sistemas y gestión del conocimiento

Por una vez y esperando que sirva de precedente :-) publico una versión española completa de uno de los white papers de Macuarium Network. Como indica el texto, se trata más bien de una recopilación de las notas que deberían acompañar a cinco diapositivas, hechas con la intención de explicar mi visión de los ámbitos … Sigue leyendo

McKinsey forgot the forums

McKinsey, the consultancy, has published its latest Global Survey: “How businesses are using Web 2.0” (free registration required). Surprisingly or not, it’s hardly worth the read. Not just because it’s the usual mash of imprecise questions about investment intentions and current projects (that is what this kind of surveys are for) but because it’s surprisingly … Sigue leyendo

Reuniones, amistad y comunidades de práctica

Estos días, por enésima vez, la lista Com-Prac está volviendo al tema de si la experiencia “face-to-face”, o “f2f” o “cara a cara” es un ingrediente necesario de las comunidades, o simplemente muy común, o… De un lado tenemos a los que resaltan (como siempre) la facilidad de la comunicación cara a cara frente a … Sigue leyendo

Noticias de SocialText

Socialtext es uno de los mejores wikis pensado para entorno corporativo. La diferencia con cosas como TikiWiki, MediaWiki, PmWiki y buena parte de la fauna conocida es como de la noche al día (aunque hay otros productos y servicios más que apropiados). Tiene una versión soportada y una gratuita (es Open Source y sigue el … Sigue leyendo