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Business Case Uses for Enterprise Wikis

Many Web 2.0 technologies have been in use for several years now.  However, in most circles they are still solidly in the buzzword phase.  Especially for people outside of the web community and the wider technology circle, there is very

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Posted in Enterprise 2.0, Geekery, Web 2.0

The Next Generation of User Centric Government Web Sites

Web 1.0 was static data, pages upon pages of data that a user searched through to find information.  Web 2.0 brought a vast improvement by enabling user generated content.  Users could provide feedback to the information that was provided and

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Posted in .gov 2.0, Web 2.0

Construction Projects and Building Successful Wikis

A good wiki is hard to find, most are full of much more fail than knowledge.  Google around a bit and you will find countless numbers of wikis that started full of potential, but wound up with few contributors and

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Posted in Geekery, Web 2.0, Wikis

Maverick or McBush?

So like the 60 million other blogs created every thirty seconds I set out with the intention of being an avid poster.  I found that it is hard to keep the outpouring of my knowledge and opinions to only one

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Posted in Technology, Web 2.0

Web 2.0 and the Transparency of Process

Federal government and large enterprise communication managers alike are pulling their hair out.  One of the most sensible strategies for communicating to an audience, whether they be customers or constituents, is to speak where they are listening.  With Web 2.0

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Posted in .gov 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Web 2.0