Monthly Archives: August 2007

Don’t ban Facebook!

It is rare that I find myself on the side of the TUC and against the Federation of Small Businesses but today there was a report on the BBC News website around whether or not firms should ban Facebook. Let … Continue reading

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Amsterdam – and Apple’s new web gallery

Just got back from a fantastic weekend in Amsterdam. Photos are on my photo page (link on side bar) but I’ve also been trying out Apple’s new photo publishing tool released with their latest version of iLife. I’ve just put … Continue reading

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Lotus Connections Install Guide

I was recently trying out IBM’s Lotus Connections software, which is effectively their Web 2.0 platform, and whilst it’s a great product – installation was tricky to put it mildly. Many years ago I wrote a guide for another great … Continue reading

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If the CIA think it’s a good idea…

Have just posted my first blog entry on Trovus’s site regarding the story on the BBC News website today about the CIA lauching their own social networking site. See my blog entry here

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Facebook for the Enterprise

I got caught again yesterday trying to explain what web communities mean to Enterprise, and what exactly it is that Trovus do. Fortunately, I’m also seeing more and more press coverage talking about this and validating that it really is … Continue reading

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My profile is up!

My profile is up on the Trovus rewarding dialogue site. My first official day is Monday… can’t wait!

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How do you feel?

Came across this video and associated web site We feel fine. I think this is an amazing piece of software as well as visualisation, crawling all the blogs of the world and creating an emotional map as to how the … Continue reading

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Retail – the good the bad and the ugly

I’ve never liked shoe shopping. I think it’s mainly because I have quite big feet (size 13) so it’s always a case of “what do you have in a 13?” (the answer is usually “nothing”) rather than “do you have … Continue reading

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And it’s not just for big companies…

When talking about what we do with friends and colleagues a common misconception is that mass collaboration is only relevant to large organisations. This is not the case at all. My parents have started a blog to record their retirement … Continue reading

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First reactions

Well, it’s been only a day but have already had some interesting reactions to my new line of work. The general sentiment seems to be “interesting, but is there demand for it”? Well, there will be demand if there’s value … Continue reading

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