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Comunidades científicas, herramientas online y otras curiosidades

Casi todo lo que sigue se deriva de la investigación para una propuesta a cliente… y mi hábito persistente de seguir excavando :-). lifesciencesocialmedia.com. Estudio del uso de social media por científicos de ciencias de la vida, orientado a decisiones de compra e investigación. La edición 2008 se puede descargar aquí. En español también tenemos … Sigue leyendo

Talking Open Source with John Powell, Alfresco CEO

A word of warning: «talking Open Source» here means talking about the business model, the pros, the cons, the competitors, the parters and the developers, and even some parts of the roadmap, but not the code or the Alfresco application itself. At this week’s Alfresco Community Conference in Barcelona there was a lot of other … Sigue leyendo

Weight of web 2.0, by Dilbert

In a completely roundabout way I’ve come across this Dilbert cartoon from last September, no longer visible on the Dilbert website (or at least I can’t find it). Since Mashable thinks it legit to publish the reduced version, I guess I can take the liberty too. No offence meant, Mr Adams. There’s so many things … Sigue leyendo

A blog reborn (and put on steroids)

No, I’m not talking about emekaeme :-). Sadly, the low-activity period does not look like ceasing soon. Way too busy. But on the meantime, one more of the goals of the period is taking shape. The blog iPhoniac.com (or iPhoniac Central, to give it its proper name) started life almost exactly a year ago, as … Sigue leyendo

McAfee, Davenport, and missing the point (2.0)

Back when emekáeme was young (well, yes, that was not quite long ago) I quoted Tom Davenport in an article that tried to deflate the «web-2.0-technology-will-change-the-word,-save-the-whales,-and-eradicate-alopecia» camp, a position defended by his fellow professor Andrew McAfee (with a somewhat better argumentation, granted), by stressing that people and organisations change more slowly than the web gets … Sigue leyendo