Process of Change

Working Days and Working Nights

July, 2007

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    Integration first? Maybe -- but have you done your homework?

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    Recently I found myself wondering about a comment from Sean discussing the order in which an organization should implement web 2.0 features . Sean's answer was this: "So, what’s the answer? Simple ( simple to say, not do ). The answer is none of the above...
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    Gee, I wish I'd of thought of that...

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    Sezwho -- very cool. Just signed up. I don't like the "rating" -- cause I'm a fan of "recognition" -- but I've already signed up and can't wait to see how this works out. I'm also not sure how the weighting they discuss will play out in the long term...
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    It's not always about the numbers...

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    Quick quote from the book I thought I never read : Although information exchange is key to learning environments, communities are not built on instrumental exchanges alone. Social support is important in cushioning stress, helping during a crisis, and...
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    Ideas plus time equals almost new ideas

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    So I buy this book. The following one, to be specific: Building Virtual Communities: Learning and Change in Cyberspace (Learning in Doing: Social, Cognitive and Computational Perspectives) by Read more about this title... Actually, when I see the title...
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    Social software: people first, activity second? I wonder...

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    (This was accidentally published in "note-to-self" form. Excuse me. It must have seemed more than a little incoherent.) Anyway, In a recent paper, The Significance of Social Software, Dana Boyd makes the following point: "While early social technologies...
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    Change Happens

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    I don't call my professional blog (and my personal web site ) Process of Change, for no reason. Change, and lots of it, is about the only thing we can count on in this life. Well, yes, there is always the proverbial death and taxes. But I've heard rumors...
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    Vacation is over -- but it's good to be back

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    I spent my two weeks with my in-laws -- and surprisingly, that turned out to be a good time. Everyone met in Disney World. I'd been there before, but only briefly, and never gave it much thought. This time I gave it a closer look. The photo below sums...
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