Thursday, October 22, 2009

Presenting at KM Argentina next week

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For all interested - I will be presenting via webinar at next weeks KM Argentina conference:

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Friday, July 24, 2009

Watch out Windows XP/Vista/7 !

gOS Rocket E desktop

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I have been a Microsoft Windows user for the longest time. Part out of satisfaction (that it does a good (not perfect) job at what it is doing), necessity (it came with the PC I bought and was not an additional cost) and convenience (it was there, installed, ready to go (at home and work)). BUT, there were the issues of usage – crashes, slowness, incompatibilities, restrictions – which a lot of others may have experienced in different ways.

I have been experimenting with Linux LiveCDs for a while, and seem to have finally found one that fulfills satisfaction, necessity and convenience without any cost – gOS from I downloaded the ISO file, burned it on CD, rebooted and within 30minutes was up and running. gOS booted pretty quickly, the install took care of all the resizing and partitioning, and restarted the computer in a very responsive and visually appealling new environment with all the relevant software installed (Firefox, OpenOffice, etc.). I did this for the desktop and the laptop and in both cases it went very smooth.

I can highly recommend gOS.

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Thursday, April 23, 2009

best guesses on blogging and tweetering

let me throw out some assurancetion and see if anybody agrees or disagrees with them: -blogging is good for exploring and documenting more complex thoughts, experiences and matters -twitter is good for all the random strikes of genius that happen during the day -like in most cases, most tweeds only have limited value -its all about becoming more mobile. could the rise of 3G netbooks bring blogging back to the front.. or will the masses of basic txt enabled phones keep the capabilities at twitter par ? hmm.. Posted from moBlog – mobile blogging tool for Windows Mobile

Monday, March 23, 2009

asae talking about sharepoint implementation

reggie from asae is talking about his aaproach and lessons learned from implementing sharepoint. he says that they went to the ms envision center and that it really changed the way they worked. build advocates and focus on the work, not the tool. Posted from moBlog – mobile blogging tool for Windows Mobile

Sharepoint conference for non for profit 2009 - josh bernoff talking about GROUNDSWELL

josh bernoff held a very interesting speech about the use of social media and its use in the industry, here with a special focus on NFPs and NGOs. Key message was that one has to be clear about your objectives. for some areas it is a must. make sure that once you start with social media, it may change the way you are working. Posted from moBlog – mobile blogging tool for Windows Mobile

Friday, February 13, 2009

Blogging, Collaboration and Reputation Management

What if blogging:

-has a lot to do with collaborating between experts of a certain matter to exchange thoughts and experience and communicate the results to the related professional community ?

-has a lot to do with creating and maintaining one's professional reputation as an expert for a certain matter and results in creating formal and informal professional social networks ?

-would be the means by which information and knowledge would be shared within an organization, e.g. blog management instead of content management ?

-is mixed with Wikis and each blog posting is a wiki page that allows to evolve the topic discussed ?

Food for thought on Friday, the 13th.