Tuesday Aug 25, 2009
Wednesday Aug 05, 2009
Ten Requirements for Achieving Collaboration #1: Seamlessly combine human oriented and machine oriented information.
By billy.cripe on Aug 05, 2009
You will recall that I previously wrote about the two types of collaboration - INTENTIONAL: where we get together to achieve a goal and ACCIDENTAL: where you interact with something of mine and I am never aware of your interaction. While intentional collaboration is good it is not where the bulk of untapped collaborative potential lies. Accidental collaboration is. But the challenge is to *intentionally* facilitate accidental collaboration. For the full list of 10 requirements see the previous post. Requirement #1 is that Human oriented information (e.g. documents, images) AND machine oriented information (e.g. indexes, transactions) must be *able to be* seamlessly combined.[Read More]
Friday Jun 05, 2009
By billy.cripe on Jun 05, 2009
Text Analytics is an interesting sub-genre of Business Intelligence. It does a lot but if I had to condense it to layman's terms, it figures out the important bits of some text you give it, transforms those bits, stores them, and mashes them up for Business Intelligence analysis with other bits. Yawn. [Read More]
Friday May 15, 2009
By billy.cripe on May 15, 2009
If you don't read Bex Huff's blog, you need to. He is one of the most thoughtful critics of web hype out there. He also knows a thing or two about Enterprise Content Management. I don't always agree but I always digest his points, you should too. Lately we've been exchanging thoughts on the impact of Wolfram|Alpha, new search, and links to the still-being-defined-and-emerging Semantic Web. I agree with Bex that the spin up about things like "Google killers" etc is hyperbole and probably used much the same way purposefully inflammatory blog posts are used: to spark a reaction.[Read More]
Friday Mar 27, 2009
Wednesday Jan 14, 2009
Enterprise 2.0 and Content Management
- This blog is now closed.
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