WikiLeaks: Amazon kicked them out. Should they have?

Andrew McAfee thinks so. In his post Bravo, Amazon, for Kicking Out WikiLeaks he makes his view very clear. In my comments yesterday I thought I’d made my disagreement clear. Perhaps I double posted, for my comments don’t appear there this morning. I posted there again, but just thought I’d highlight my personal view here. […]

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office – social media experts?

I’ve just remotely attended a really interesting presentation in London [OK, I attended remotely], by Media Snackers who talked about engaging with the young, through social media and so on. Couple of things: The world’s changed, and it’s not turning back used to be their strapline – but they’re now emphasising cheaper, quicker, sexier as […]

Social Media & Knowledge Management

Social Media in the Enterprise I wondered about the impact social media tools were making in knowledge management for the enterprise. We have got some very rapid growth in the takeup of the tools in my company; we have loads of wikis, internal blogs – growing use of Twitter. I wondered about the difference between […]

Weighing Contributions and Participation

Should we reward participation? Is adding useable knowledge to your employer useful? Should it be part of your actual job? If it was part of your job, how would you measure it? Should you? To save time, I think the right answers are Yes; Yes; Yes; Various ways; Yes Why ask the question now? As […]