Blogger Goes Corporate Paid Members Public
Google is adding Blogger (amongst other things) to Google Apps [http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2010/05/more-google-applications-coming-for.html] . That’s going to be a significant sea change for corporate blogging.
How The CEO's Kids Drive Adoption Paid Members Public
Great post from Lee Bryant at Headshift looking at the evolutionary pressures around Web 2.0 tools in the workplace [https://www.headshift.com/our-blog/2008/12/11/getting-started-with-enterpris/]: > What I really like about the consumer Web 2.0 world is the fact that it has given us an amazing
Le Web 08: Leadership in the Network Paid Members Public
[http://www.computerweekly.com/blogs/enterprise-social-software/assets_c/2008/12/daveweinberger.html] Quick summary of Dave Weinberger’s speech: Information age has been formative of who we are as individuals and people together. also formative of what our idea of leadership is. As it comes to a close, it’s
Le Web 08: Microsoft, Bizspark and Openness Paid Members Public
Markets collapse and rebuild, he suggested. That’s when you can have real change. Silverlight? It’s a front and centre tech at Microsoft. Cross-platform and cross-browser. Is Microsoft warm and cuddly, now, with all this cross-platform, open standards stuff? “A little bit.” Are they going to buy Twitter? “I