I stumbled on this at Twitter: http://twitter.com/etech Wonder how that worked? Sounds like you could enter comments on the eTech conference in Twitter and they would aggregate them. Might be an interesting way to gather up quick notes from conferences.
I gave a talk at the Common Solutions Group meeting on Social Software, Web2.0 and Folksonomies a couple of weeks ago. What followed was a very interesting discussion about the implications, possibilities and difficulties in dealing with social software in an academic (or enterprise setting).
On Monday (April 3, 2006), I was at University of Minnesota presenting on four topics. Below are links to the slides as PDFs: UW-Madison’s SOA Migration Strategy – what is it and how do we get one Folksonomy and Web 2.0 IT Architecture – What is it and why 3 isn’t enough Identity Management Nouns … Continue reading U-Minn presentations: SOA, Folksonomy and IT Architecture
A graduate student at Stanford – Mike Tung – put together a suite of scripts and tools to generate College rankings based on Google searches. He didn’t want to pay for the USNews’ Annual America’s Best Colleges report. Though his work is quite technical, I imagine that it will be simplified into a web app … Continue reading Google School Rankings
Here is the long list of links I use when I give my Folksonomy and Web2.0 talk… There are three sections: * Tagging and Multiple Tag browsing * Folksonomy and Social Discovery * Cool Apps, REST and RSS
I have been talking about the impact of “Web 2.0”, social software and folksonomies in regards to their possible impact on enterprise knowledge management. * The Web 2.0 movement is about empowering people to publish their own content quickly and easily with a minimum of knowledge. Flickr, Youtube, del.icio.us, Blogger et al allow people to … Continue reading Social Mining – Web 2.0 and Folksonomies