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August 1, 2008  10:29 AM

Video: Jimmy Wales on Google’s Knol



Posted by: GuyPardon
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Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia, talked to WNYC's Brian Lehrer about Google Knol, a new competitor...

July 18, 2008  11:40 AM

Bit.ly: A better URL shortener for developers, data geeks and microbloggers



Posted by: GuyPardon
applications, blogging, code, collaboration, communications, community, cool, creativity, data, design, feeds, free, geek, hacks, innovation, interface, Internet, programming, public domain, resource, reviews, social bookmarking, social publishing, software, startup, statistics, Technology, tool, tracking, traffic, useful, Web 2.0, Web analytics, Web applications, Web design, Web services, WhatIs.com Editor's Award

The old adage about not reinventing the wheel doesn't quite extend to Web applications. URL shorteners may have been around for years but there is plenty of room for improvement. This


June 17, 2008  11:08 PM

Podcast: Live from Enterprise 2.0, discussing how to use social media



Posted by: GuyPardon
cloud computing, communications, community, conference, enterprise, enterprise 2.0, event, feedback, forum, government, interactive media, MP3, new media, podcast, social networking, social publishing, Technology, the cloud, Web 2.0, Web applications, WhatIs.com

Last week at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston, I was pulled into a podcast with Chris Brogan,


June 17, 2008  9:02 AM

What is the single most downloaded software application in a single day?



Posted by: GuyPardon
applications, buzz, community, cool, downloads, event, freeware, fun, geek, innovation, interesting, Internet, news, open source, software development, Technology, trend, Web applications

If Mozilla's social media and other online marketing campaigns pan out, the answer to that question will be Firefox...

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June 15, 2008  11:27 AM

What is Twitter? Is this distributed microblogging platform ready for the enterprise?



Posted by: GuyPardon
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Given that I've become an avid user of Twitter, I'm frequently asked what, exactly, Twitter is and what in the world it's useful for. Isn't it just it a presence messaging on steroids? What...


June 13, 2008  1:45 PM

What is Unity? Lockheed-Martin’s implementation of a social computing platform wows Enterprise 2.0 conferees.



Posted by: GuyPardon
applications, blogging, business, buzzword, CMS, collaboration, communications, community, conference, enterprise, enterprise 2.0, feeds, Google, howto, information, innovation, interesting, invention, Microsoft, Networking, portal, search, search engine, social bookmarking, social networking, social publishing, software, software development, Technology, tool, trend, Web 2.0, Web applications, wiki

One of the unexpected hits of the Enterprise 2.0 Conference this past week was a presentation by Lockheed-Martin on Unity, its social computing platform. One of the world's largest...


June 13, 2008  12:14 PM

What are the characteristics of enterprise 2.0 technologies?



Posted by: GuyPardon
applications, business, buzz, buzzword, collaboration, communications, community, conference, data, enterprise 2.0, event, futurism, Internet, social bookmarking, social networking, social publishing, Web 2.0, Web applications, Web services, wiki

At the Enterprise 2.0 Conference this past week in Boston, Dion Hinchliffe offered a three-hour workshop focused on understanding both the progress of social software in enterprises and then drilling down into the details of implementation and techniques. In Hinchcliffe's "State of Enterprise 2.0"...


June 11, 2008  3:56 PM

Video: What is Intellipedia? Burke and Dennehy explain how wikis are being used at the CIA



Posted by: GuyPardon
collaboration, community, culture, enterprise 2.0, geek, government, information, innovation, invention, learning, tool, trend

Download Title Sometimes celebrity is all about context. Stars of film, sport...


June 10, 2008  11:26 AM

What is a social spreadsheet? Dan Bricklin and SocialText combine wikis with workspaces at Enterprise 2.0.



Posted by: GuyPardon
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Ross Mayfield, founder of SocialText, a maker of enterprise wiki software, announced the launch of a new social spreadsheet at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference. In his presentation to a packed hall of technology...


May 22, 2008  2:14 PM

What is the history of the ARPANET? A 1972 documentary tells the story of the birth of the Internet



Posted by: GuyPardon
academics, collaboration, communications, community, data, fundamentals, government, history, innovation, Internet, invention, learning, network, Networking, science, Technology

"The Heralds of Resource Shaping" on Google Video tells the story of the origins of the Internet. At thirty minutes, this documentary is a bit longer than the average online video (or attention span) but well worth the time...


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