Blogging was where we began, and how we built our company so we have preserved this archive to show how our thinking developed over a decade of developing the use of social technology inside organisations


Posts with a networks theme

We’re hosting the next London WordPress Meetup – come along!

We’re big fans of WordPress at Headshift. A fair few of us have been building sites with it since the 1.2 days, and these days, a good portion of our work involves extending it for clients, and advising them on how to get the most from the platform. In fact, if you’re viewing this post… read full post

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Writing makes us free

Summary of a lovely discussion abotu Twitter hosted by NESTA

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HMS Bebo

Via a link on the feed of Ewan McIntosh –  a social media specialist in the education sector – I came across this “profile” of a Royal Navy submariner on Bebo. I say “profile”, because it’s clearly been manufactured by a PR agency rather than being the work of the person featured – phrases… read full post

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Network-centric management

Martin Duggage on Network-centric management and communities of practice in Schneider Electric

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Network data visualisation

A day of thinking about information visualisation tools

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List of (mainly UK) business social networks

list of UK groups that bring together people for business networking purposes

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Networks and narratives in support of learning

discussion of the role of personal network development in learning, and the role of narrative in facilitating this process.

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The potential impact of replacing social values with market values

Jenni Russell writes in the Guardian about the impact of market values on our social relations and social norms

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If you have social capital, do you need friendster?

Will friendster be relevant outside the USA, and do communities with “real” social capital need online social networking services?

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KM Europe 2003: Verna Allee

Notes on Verna Allee’s presentation about knowledge and value networks

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