Tag Archives | Web 2.0

Enterprise 2.0: Study Shows Adoption is Real

from ReadWriteEnterprise When you look at Enterprise 2.0, you can see the hype pretty clearly but what is not so evident is how social computing efforts are faring within corporations and large organizations. That’s what’s striking about the report from the 2.0 Adoption Council. The group did a web survey of its 100 members with […]

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IBM Makes Another Commitment To Mashups

from ReadWrite Enterprise IBM has announced a mashup integration that fits Cognos Business Intelligence with a new version of the company’s Mashup Center. The two services fit together to create an environment that leverages IBM’s existing technology base with a service that’s right out of a play book for social computing. It’s a small move […]

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McKinsey’s Web 2.0 survey: What do execs know?

from BW.com A new survey from McKinsey & Co indicates that Web 2.0 technologies are spreading in corporations and producing all kinds of gains, from knowledge sharing to reducing communication costs. I’m skeptical. It’s not that I don’t believe in the power of these tools. I do. But I don’t trust the answers execs put […]

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The Real-Time Web: A Primer, Part 1

from ReadWriteWeb Like cloud computing less than a year ago and social networking two years ago, the real-time Web is the new black on the tech circuit. The trend has been publicly bandied about this summer, starting with a few industry get-togethers, followed by several enthusiastic testimonials from investors (notably angel investor Ron Conway’s widely […]

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How To: Annotate Images from Wikipedia

from ReadWriteWeb You may not know it, but most of the images in Wikipedia are actually hosted on its sister project, Wikimedia Commons. If you find a favorite image on the encyclopedia that anyone can edit, click through and you’ll quickly find yourself at its original page at the Commons project. With over 4.9 million […]

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The A.P. Was the First Web 2.0 Company

from Bits So much of the Internet commentary about the radical interpretation of copyright law being asserted by The Associated Press has made a critical error: They are saying the entire organization is obsolete, not just its plan to limit the fair use of its articles. The A.P., some say, is an irrelevant middleman trying […]

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RIAA Seeks Sanctions Against Harvard Law School Prof

from ars technica The Joel Tenenbaum file-swapping case continues to get weirder–and we’re still months away from an actual trial. Not only has the RIAA now appealed the judge’s order allowing one particular hearing to be webcast, but music industry lawyers are now seeking sanctions on Tenenbaum’s lawyer, Harvard Law professor Charles Nesson. The webcasting […]

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Don’t Get Sued

from Seth’s Blog If you write online, on a blog, on Twitter, on Squidoo, even in the comments section of a site, you are a published author. Congratulations. Before you write something negative about another person, you need to realize that the casual nature of your post doesn’t protect you from a lawsuit. Charles Glasser […]

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