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Links 1 through 10 of 77 by Patrick Cormier tagged Web2.0+Trends

On the other side of the proverbial fence, where 57 percent of our poll takers reside, readers argue that people will not pay for something that's been free, either because they don't want to, because they can easily steal it, or because they can't afford it. Free is here to stay; the business model will eventually follow.

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My Administration is committed to creating an unprecedented level of openness in Government. We will work together to ensure the public trust and establish a system of transparency, public participation, and collaboration. Openness will strengthen our democracy and promote efficiency and effectiveness in Government.

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From NASA to the General Services Administration, more federal agencies are embracing Twitter as another Web-based channel to communicate news and engage in conversations with U.S. citizens

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Forrester Research has published a new report on the state of wikis, blogs, social networking, and other new tools in the enterprise: Forrester TechRadarâ„¢ For Information & Knowledge Management Pros: Enterprise Web 2.0.

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a full 85% of C-suite executives see the sharing and collaboration aspects of Web 2.0 as an opportunity to increase revenue and/or margins, versus 75% of middle management.

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According to Forrester, social networking tools and internal wikis will have the greatest impact on workplace collaboration (see Forrester Projects Which Enterprise Web 2.0 Collaboration Technologies Will Grow, Which Will Decline). Technologies such as forums and RSS have a future in the enterprise but are currently underused, while podcasts have a limited future as an enterprise tool to increase productivity and enhance collaboration.

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The video was viewed over one million times in its first month and was the most blogged about video in the blogosphere for several weeks, eliciting thousands of comments. With rare exception, educators around the world expressed the sad sense of profound identification with the scene, sparking a wide-ranging debate about the roles and responsibilities of teachers, students, and technology in the classroom.

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Web 2.0 was once cool and nice to have. Now, it’s no longer an option. Web 2.0 is a must-have. Social media tools are becoming a point of differentiation and competitive advantage as organizations learn to use the new technology to engage with customers and external stakeholders in cost effective ways.

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Web2.0 Interest, Plans and Usage in the Government of Canada Summer 2008

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A new Forrester report analyzes how the big IT vendors are utilizing Web 2.0 products in the enterprise.

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