Passed it on! (January 30, 2008, 0) - I came across an internal blog post about making sense of the intranet social networking tools. Joseph, a communications assistant from the UK, asked us to help him make sense of the overwhelming choices we have in terms of Web 2.0 tools. When I checked out the wiki he created, I found out that Joseph
Bloglines (July 6, 2005, 0) - If you read a number of blogs that don’t update regularly, take advantage of RSS aggregators like Bloglines. You can retrieve all the new posts with a single click, automatically skipping blogs that haven’t been updated. You can also categorize the blogs you read into folders so that you can read through your news
Creating opportunities (September 7, 2006, 0) - Okay, you definitely have to get this book. =) Read the chapter on
“Opportunity is Everywhere”, too. And “Repeat, repeat, repeat.” Great
role models, great stories, great tips.
Actually, just go and read the whole thing.
Darcy Rezac’s “Work The Pond: Use the Power of Positive Networking to
Leap Forward in Work and Life”. ISBN 0-7352-0402-0.
(Someday I’m going to have
“Clique Here” (July 20, 2004, 0) -
People are using social networking services such as Ryze, LinkedIn, Tribe,
and Friendster to engage in social activities such as dating and making
business contacts. Within companies, social networking could enable
employees to tap resources that may not be apparent to them in daily office …
E-Mail from firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekly review: Week ending November 9, 2008 (November 9, 2008, 5) - This week:
Got ready for the second release of my Drupal-based project. Things are going well!
Attended the Women in IBM Networking Group’s executive mentoring session. Realized I don’t want to become an executive considering the compromises people make. ;)
Not only survived the videotaping of my Top 10 Web 2.0 Tools GBS Consultants Should Try session, but