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Links 1 through 10 of 138 by Patrick Cormier tagged IMBOK+Blog

He pointed out that unlike Wikipedia, Diplopedia does not allow anonymous contributors, so bad actors could be tracked down. He then observed, “There are plenty of ways to commit career suicide; wikis are just the newest one.”

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Proof of Concept Blog of TBS. Must be on Publiservice (or National Defence DWAN) to access.

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There are clearly many mediums available to government communicators to engage their audiences. The experience of a handful of governments suggests why blogs should be taken seriously.

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Well-run legal blogs usually focus tightly on one niche area of the law and/or jurisdiction. The aim is to provide the legal blog's readers with a constantly renewing source of news and insight about that topic.

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Discover who visits your favorite sites

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Colleagues and other people sometimes ask me how to locate law-related blogs. Well, the Law Dawg Blawg, created by law librarians at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, describes New Tools for Finding Blawgs in a post from November 18, 2006.

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The disparaging reaction to Dell's effort shows that establishing a corporate blog is not a risk-free proposition. The blogosphere is full of quasi-journalistic gunslingers with anticorporate leanings and itchy trigger fingers.

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According to a piece in today's Red Herring, Blogs Face Privacy Showdown, there is a major showdown between a plaintiff, a school superintendent in Tulsa, Oklahoma, who wants to unmask anonymous bloggers critical of him, and the Electronic Frontier Founda

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