Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Social, location and gaming. Enterprise-ready?

I commented on Dachisgroup's latest post by Bryan Menell, The Equally Yoked Enterprise: Gaming the Plow

It's about tribes, location and gaming, referencing Foursquare and Alex William's post on RWW. The latter is interesting but the 2 years prediction made by Hutch is daring if not just wild. I'm employed by a sizeable enterprise and all my customers are (multi)nationals or Global100 companies, and I do get around - but

Monday, 22 March 2010

Government 2.0 around the world: NL

On Twitter I recently got involved in a discussion with people from Australia (and Texas) about eGovernment. Australia, you know, the #nocleanfeed country where they want to relive the Middle Ages they never had themselves by trying to censorship the Internet. E-government is not something to think lightly of, in Australia...

I got all excited about what we do in the Netherlands regarding electronic and government (making the definition of E-government very wide here).

Saturday, 20 March 2010

Social Business Summit 2010 tweet collection

In the past few days I've been working on a tool that retrieves certain tweets from Twitter, and downloads them in an easy to use format

Not fully automated yet, but here's the 3000+ tweets from the Dachis Social Business Summit so far: searched on #SBS2010
Hope you'll find good use for it

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

I Compare Thee... - The Law of Association

[picture: Heliospheric current sheet, the largest structure in the Solar System, resulting from the influence of the Sun's rotating magnetic field on the plasma in the interplanetary medium (Solar Wind). Image credit: NASA artist Werner Heil]

A tweet and a post are what inspired me to write this, a remarkable tweet from Nikhil Nulkar and a fine post from Tim Kastelle
Sonnet 18 from William Shakespeare inspired me for the title
I left a comment on Tim's post, and responded to Nikhil

I was in doubt about the title "Hi I'm your Social Media Inquisitor" but Social Media was just an example, and it's about the

Wednesday, 3 March 2010

From closed to open: Yammer 180's the entire Yammer-model

Logo use courtesy of Yammer, of course

Last week Yammer announced the "next wave in Enterprise microblogging"

This weekend, on the very last day of February 2010, Yammer launched Communities. And it went so fast there isn't even an entry on them in the Help section
Communities are quite a shock to most people using Yammer for a while. Information is very scarce, labels are inconsistently used, and there's been a bit too much hardcoding done by Yammer itself.