- Wikinomics» Blog Archive » Three Focal Points of Open Government – Kevin Morris provides a great summary of the Open Government & Innovations Conference. Includes links to the keynotes from Aneesh Chopra (US CTO), Vivek Kundra (US CIO) and others.
- Assessing the Enterprise 2.0 marketplace in 2009: Robust and crowded | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com – Dion provides a detailed summary of the Enterprise 2.0 marketplace.
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These are my links for March 26th:
- The Top 100 Productivity and Lifehack Blogs – College Degree.com – A great reference list to seek out Websites to increase productivity and try to achieve work-life balance. Lifehack.org may have be the most well known, but I really like the work-life balance ideas from Zen Habits.
- ACM Queue – Social Bookmarking in the Enterprise: Social bookmarking tools are taking off on the Web. Do they have a place within the enterprise, too? – A comprehensive dip into the bookmarking end of the Enterprise 2.0 pool. Includes a deep field test of Dogear and concludes that there is “great potential”.
- Social Software`s Culture Clash – Another great case study that reinforces my “three legged stool” model for Enterprise 2.0 where culture change is the bigger challenge than the Web 2.0 technology. Their quote: “99 percent culture, 1 percent technology”
- Science 2.0: Great New Tool, or Great Risk?: Scientific American – I’ve yet to dig into the article in depth, but just the idea of Scientific American publishing a lengthy article on using the Web for science research and collaboration it remarkable. The epitome of the hope that is “Learning 2.0” – the Web enabling new