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Links 1 through 10 of 63 by Karen Huffman tagged for:timgreenleaf

Community equity is a model discussed on Peter Reiser's blog. He presented his ideas during a Webinar hosted by Atlassian on their implementation of their Confluence wiki called "SunSpot." Source: Reiser 2.0

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It's important to investigate content ownership; do your homework. Keep informed. File a major complaint if you don't like what you see. Make your opinion count! Source: ReadWriteWeb

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IBM, Ford, Dell, SunMicrosystems, Zappos all doing varied, imaginative and effective things with Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, blogs, etc. Source: Mashable.

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NGO focused on green buildings, climate solutions, water, and more! Dianna's son Jackson told me about the group.

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Great directory of Twitter names as well as blogs/websites for government agencies (state and local, federal), media, academics, associations/organizations, and more! Source: BearingPoint's "New Thinking."

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Source: CMS Watch + link to Yahoo! Groups Forum on Omniture, Google, and Yahoo!. CMS Watch Note: "Google and Yahoo! use the data they collect from your website as fuel to develop new products, services, offerings and marketing programs. Omniture and all other fee-based vendors do not use the data they collect. To be fair, both Google and Yahoo! clearly state how they use the data in their Service Agreements.... The question for you is: does "free" makes it OK? For some enterprises the answer will be 'no.'"

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Quote from site: "The world’s first intranet media channel - unmissable for anyone interested in intranets, portals and information workplaces." Application: Ning.com.

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The Public Knowledge Project is a research and development initiative directed toward improving the scholarly and public quality of academic research through the development of innovative online publishing and knowledge-sharing environments. Site includes downloadable files, tutorials, etc.

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Australian government is using a wiki in a variety of ways: DEWHA - Variety of communities (14 sites) to suit different functional requirements and business needs; Independent expert groups – consultation and collaboration; Internal website redevelopment – project management; National Heritage list – knowledge sharing; Graduate site – social networking (extranet); Strong secretariat/coordination capability for conferences etc; and Information presentation (public and private site). Application: Confluence

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"Enterprise wikis tend to have more structure than public wikis, which can become something of a free-for-all, observers say. Corporate wikis are typically built to support specific organizational or departmental tasks and employ stricter rights-management policies to ensure control over access to corporate intellectual property." Atlassian's Confluence wiki is noted in the article as one of the Enterprise wikis. Source: ComputerWorld

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