Stephan J. Schmidt / Matthias L. Jugel: Bottom up Knowledge Management with Weblogs and SnipSnap (presentation)
These guys do some interesting work with SnipSnap (integrated weblog/wiki solution) in Fraunhofer, but they talked mainly about bottom-up KM (which is kind of “common knowledge” in the blogosphere) and failed explaining the interesting part (what exactly they do, how people are motivated and the rest of details).
A great example what could be done with weblogs if you care: weblogging tool for kids, well thought interface, architecture and policies (should be on at www.zoombox.at somewhere autunm 2004).
Funny and entertaining talk on weblogs as an alternative media. Hope the presentation will be online, because it’s a lot of interesting things that I don’t want to type 🙂
Two traditions: vogs (Adrian Miles) and moblogs; lots of interesting stuff after. Since talking with Adrian I’m getting an idea that videoblogs can be actually one step closer to be used than I thought before…
- I asked what types of user studies they do. As far as I can there is much user studies, most just guided by their own perceptions on what users want…
- What is a critical mass of people you need blogging to move it on in the company? We have to redefine what is critical mass 🙂 Obviousely it’s not in numbers…
- Memory: achirves, wikis, documentary – is it unexpored area of blogging?
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