Weekly report – February 17, 2008

It’s been a good week for experiments. I gave a presentation on Web 2.0 and the enterprise to a large financial institution, and I took responsibility for the second half of a Web 2.0 workshop at a publishing company. On a personal note, I tried outsourcing some of my online research to virtualworkdesk.com, ordering gifts (and a suit!) off eBay.ca, and entering data into Geni.

Here’s what my week looked like:

  • Monday: PHP coding, rehearsed and delivered presentation on Web 2.0
  • Tuesday: Continued working on social media guide; back-to-back meetings
  • Wednesday: Worked on PHP modules
  • Thursday: Delivered workshop
  • Friday: Continued working on social media guide; presented guide to internal consulting team
  • Saturday: Marathon shopping trip for pasalubong, little gifts to give to friends and family

My goals for next week are to:

  • prepare articles and presentations for the two next talks on my horizon, which have both hit “urgent” status at the same time
  • finish the audio and video modules
  • turn the social media guide over to internal consultants
  • get an idea of the help I can expect from a virtual assistant

Oh, and it would be nice to sort out Ledger envelope budgeting again… =)

One response to “Weekly report – February 17, 2008”

  1. Chris says:

    Speaking of Web 2.0 and the enterprise, I wonder if you are aware of the newish book wikipatterns by Stewart Mader. Two days ago, amazon.com said “you might like this,” and – apparently unable to resist the recommendation of the algorithm – it’s due to arrive today. I can set up my own wiki, of course, but I’m interested in tips for intranet document/knowledge management, and especially how to get somewhat reluctant users on board.

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