Talk at IBM: Blogging for knowledge workers

by Lilia Efimova on March 23, 2010

Today I’ll be talking to social software evangelists at IBM about some of the insights about blogging from my PhD research. While there are many things that I would love to fit in there, most of the presentation is focused on “what’s in it for me?” questions, explaining how blogging helps to develop ideas and how it supports personal networking, with bits at the end about facilitating blogging.

Slides are below, but for those of you who prefer reading instead there are also pointers for blogposts and publications at the end of this post.  Some of them are also linked from the presentation notes.

[Slides will be here as soon as Slideshare starts cooperating :) At the mean time you can download them here or here.]

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March 23, 2010 at 9:57
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