Looks like an example where collaboration worked inside a company

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Thinking about what kinds of companies can actually use this.. All? Perhaps..

in reference to:

"“We tried to make it extremely easy to add knowledge. The support engineer is no longer intimidated by a laundry list of steps to get a simple concept added to our shared knowledge base.”"
- Socialtext: Customers: Case Studies: Echo360 (view on Google Sidewiki)

Who still believes Journalism is about objectivity?

Saturday, October 3, 2009

What I'm considering is if or how objective journalism could be profitable, if it was we wouldn't have this issue yes?

in reference to:

"“Objectivity is a construct of recent times. One reason for its rise in the journalism sphere has been the consolidation of newspapers and television into monopolies and oligopolies in the past half-century. If one voice overwhelms all the others, there is a public interest in playing stories as straight as possible — not favoring one side over the other (or others, to be more precise, as there are rarely just two sides to any issue)."
- The end of objectivity – web 2.0 version (view on Google Sidewiki)

Political mapping, is this what the health care lobby looks like?

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Health Care Lobbying

Some sources are reporting that lobbyists are writing pieces of the proposed bill. Somehow I don't remember the chapter on lobbying in my American Government class -- must have been sick that week. [Can't afford to get sick now!]
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Where does this exist today?

Perhaps this refers to delicious type tagging, or digg like popularity?

in reference to:

"Do yo think only system intelligence is sufficient or a hybrid of human and system will work better? What about better expression of feedback from users and hence better intelligence."
- Web Intelligence: Intelligent Social Networks. Part 1 (view on Google Sidewiki)