Micro.blog: what Twitter would be if it was built as part of the open web Paid Members Public
For the last couple of months, I’ve been really enjoying using micro.blog [https://micro.blog], a Kickstarted Twitter-like microblogging service. It has made some interesting design choices – like not disclosing how many people follow you, and keeping Favourites as a purely personal bookmarking tool – that tend to promote
Facebook's Like button evolves into Reactions Paid Members Public
Facebook’s Like button evolves into Reactions [http://www.bloomberg.com/features/2016-facebook-reactions-chris-cox/] The Like button is about to get a whole lot more nuanced, with a new range of emotions available to react to posts. The change is rolling out in the coming weeks. But how to implement it
#csnf - Lee Bryant and Credit Crunch Culture Paid Members Public
Lee Bryant’s thesis is that businesses cannot afford big expensive investments right now, but that social tools can give us decent returns from low investments.Deliver more for less, and investing things that save money Social tools can rejuvenate old systems by putting a social layer on the top.
#csnf - For and Against Social Networks Paid Members Public
Notes from a panel discussion about social network use in corporate environments.
Niall Cook on Corporate Social Networking Paid Members Public
WhatConnecting– people want to connect with other people, as well as content and information. They do that using social software outside the organisation. Bring that inside the network.Communicate– we all have a human need to communicate. Lots of lessons in how pople use the social web, and bring it
Le Web 08: The Social Stack Paid Members Public
For example, OpenID is a profile web address that you can use to login to any site that supports it. OpenSocial solves the desire to use any app on any site on the web, with the same people relationships and profile data you have elsewhere. Apps written for this standard
Niche Social Networks Paid Members Public
The author of the other talk I was really sad to miss at Web 2.0 Expo in Berlin, Lee Bryant of Headshift [http://www.headshift.com/], has now published his slides over on the firm’s blog [http://www.headshift.com/blog/2008/10/niche-online-social-networks-f.php]. Here they are:
Ease Up On Facebook Blocks? Paid Members Public
[https://i1.wp.com/www.computerweekly.com/blogs/enterprise-social-software/pics/2008/photo.jpg] So much for the idea that businesses should be using Facebook-like news feeds. Auntie Beeb thinks we should be using Facebook itself [http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7695716.stm]: > And while more work-specific systems,
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