Tag Archives: Social Web

The Biggest Tech Surprises and Disappointments in 2010 – DailyFinance

January 3, 2011

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URL: http://www.dailyfinance.com/story/the-biggest-tech-surp…No major suprises here – Facebook continues on its mission for world domination; the iPad hits the mark for big boys’ toys; video game developers are realising that substance trumps pr…

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How Google can thrive in the age of Facebook

December 8, 2010

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Some good points here about the dangers of adopting a ‘me too’ strategy as opposed to amplifying your own strengths. Maybe Google should stop trying to be a social network and look to providing better integration between its myriad products (vidoe…

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A great example of ROI using the Social Web

November 16, 2010

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We’re getting familiar with the mantra about the need for efficiency and cost savings in the public sector. We also hear about the difficulty in measuring the Return on Investment (ROI) for use of Social Media. Well, here is evidence of both; how …

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The 2010 Social Business Landscape

September 28, 2010

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If you read nothing else this year, read this. An excellent summary and round-up of what is happening in the Enterprise 2.0/Social Web environments by Dion Hinchcliffe. Dion provides useful insight into both emergent and mature social trends and t…

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Thriving as a 21st Century Information Professional

September 24, 2010

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I will be addressing the Network for Information and Knowledge Exchange (NetIKX) members at their meeting on Wednesday 29th September about the challenges and opportunities facing information professionals in today’s information rich – time po…

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Google’s Social Networking Weapons

September 22, 2010

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Having missed the target with a few of its recent products (Wave not even a ripple; Buzz not buzzing), it sounds like Google is looking at how to better integrate it’s various products and apps into a more cohesive social networking offer. Somethi…

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