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


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Bottom-up business and co-creation of value

Ross picks up on his own and other peoples’ collected thoughts on the bottom-up approach to business that is facilitated by the Internet.

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Boundary Spaces

Boundary objects are an interesting example of knowledge artefacts shared by different communities of practice.

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A bidding war for a blog ?!?

Xeni at Boing Boing is writes that the blogosphere (I think that’s somewhere in New York) is all aflutter about alleged bidding wars for the services of Gawker editor Elizabeth Spiers and also about an imminent biz-blog venture from the individual who founded the Silicon Alley ReporterIt seems the “blogosphere” is itching for a chance… read full post

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Seven UK local authorities commended for social inclusion using IT

Kablenet reports that the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister has awarded Beacon status to 7 UK local authorities for improving social inclusion through IT

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Using email artefacts to map communities of practice

HP Labs have experimented with the analysis of email connections between people to determine their real (as opposed to official) communities of practice.

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