Category Archives: Corporate Blogging

Thoughts on the use of blogs and wikis for Knowledge Management within a company.

Where are the “internal blog initiatives” case studies?

Yesterday was my first day at the KMWorld and Intranets 2005 Conference. I spent most of the day in the Collaboration track which, on this day, was focused heavily on blogs and wikis. There were a couple of good nuggets … Continue reading

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Timely reference to personal knowledge management tools

What a coincidence. Tom and I were just discussing his (never-ending) search for a better approach to personal knowledge management. We specifically talked about Personal Brain, which is a tool he tried a while back and abandoned, just like McGee … Continue reading

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Things I like about WordPress so far

So it has been just under a week since I moved everything over here from Radio. Here’s what I really like so far: I don’t have to fire up my laptop to post. I can do it from any networked … Continue reading

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Public-facing corporate blog white paper

This is a general white paper on good blogging practices. McGee calls it a “corporate” blogging resource (his post). But don’t be confused between a public-facing corporate blog and a blog for internal knowledge management purposes. Still, I agree it … Continue reading

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Finally…got it all migrated

Okay. I think everything is moved over from the old Radio Userland blog. The stories were the most painful due to a lapse in clear-thinking–at some point I started using MS Word to edit the stories prior to pasting them … Continue reading

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Internal KM post on slashdot

This is an interesting thread on Slashdot. Someone asked about capturing, organizing, and sharing knowledge in an IT department and the majority of folks are responding with various wiki tools and open source portals. Although the question was directed at … Continue reading

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Blogs and wikis as KM infrastructure

This is worth a read. It has definite applicability to corporate use of wiki and blog technology. The key paragraph is The Wiki and the Blog are complimentary companion technologies that together form the core workspace that will allow intelligence … Continue reading

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Internal blog and wiki survey

Gilbane Enterprise Blog Survey. The Gilbane Report recently posted the results of their Survey on Enterprise blog, wiki, and RSS Use. While the survey sample is not representative of a larger population of companies (the survey was voluntary and Gilbane … Continue reading

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Blog posts via IM

This would be a cool corporate blogging feature… AOL Opens Blog Service to IM Users. Members of AOL Instant Messenger gain connections to the AOL Journals blogging tool, including the ability to send posts through instant messages. [eWEEK Technology News]

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The future of portals

“Technology” is one of the three converging forces. Under that heading, Charlie notes how blogs and CMS/Portals are converging. Technology: the perfect storm for portals?. Charlie Wood has written a blog entry on the uncertain future of portals. To quote: … Continue reading

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