Monthly Archives: June 2007

Wiki use in the real world: A success story

It seems like people equate the term wiki with Wikipedia, and unfortunately, the latter carries with it some negative connotations. A rebuttal to the latter is a worthy cause; however, for now I’d like to tell you about a real, … Read

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Additional updates to the CE Library

I think I’ve worked around the remaining issues in the CE Library I mentioned a couple of weeks ago. Let me know if you find otherwise.

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Updates to the CE Library

The old Content Enhancement Library‘s been due for some love for a little while. Once upon a time it worked great but it’s lost a step or two since we debuted it two years ago. This week I’ve gone under … Read

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From “Enterprise 2.0″ to “Professional Development 2.0?”

If you’ve heard buzzwords like blogs, wikis, social networking, RSS, and podcasting (and you should have if you’ve been reading here!) you may wonder how an organization might put them all together for positive outcomes. Well, here you go. These … Read

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Wikis in plain English

Lee LeFever, whose previous “RSS in Plain English” I’ve linked to in the past, has done it again. This video shows how a wiki might be used by a small group who need to accomplish something–in this case it’s a … Read

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Read your favorite blogs by e-mail

If you’re still not down with RSS feeds, we won’t hold it against you just yet. A free service called RssFwd allows you to subscribe to your favorite blogs (such as this one) and receive updates via e-mail. It’s pretty … Read

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