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

Themes

Posts with a search theme

Autonomy preparing video search assault from China

Video search set to be a big growth area as TV channels broadbast online

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Organisational Culture and knowledge sharing

Understanding, and in some cases influencing organisational culture is an imporant requisite for effective knowledge sharing – it is also not something that conventional enterprise software does very well

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Link propagation and “discovery credit”

Link amplificationl, discopvery credit and the role of del.icio.us.

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Eurekster: search through your friends

“if one more website asks me to “invite all of my friends,” I swear I’m gonna…”

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Short list of Weblog search engines

weblog search sites from Seb Paquet

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All I want for Christmas is….

Tim Bray outlines the characteristics of an ideal search engine

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The Great Library of Amazonia

Wired News cover the Amazon search in a book initiative with a thoughtful piece about preserving books and archives online.

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Google buys search personalisation firm

Google buys a personalised search firm – more Google products on their way?

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Combining taxonomy, classification & search

Knowledge experts now agree that, as Feldman puts it: “Taxonomy, classification and search need one another.” Leading vendors including Autonomy, Convera, Inxight, Stratity and Verity are among those attempting to bring all the pieces together.

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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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