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Fwd: [K-Logs] Re: Temporary Knowledge Center / Ops Center

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Hi, Great questions.. Here goes: * Physical access restricted (we use digital cypher locks on the doors for this) * We've setup a separate
Bryan Strawser
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Jun 21, 2004

Temporary Knowledge Center / Ops Center

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Bryan - This sounds like a great use of k-logs, sorry I can't offer any experience. I am wondering, though, how you intend to lock it down so only your people
Bryan Strawser
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Jun 21, 2004

Weblogs in education

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Dear K-Loggers, Here is an excellent article by Giles Turnbull for the BBC on weblogs in education: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/3804773.stm Selected
John Robb
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Jun 14, 2004

k-logs and project management - some thoughts on why we would

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... Obviously a positive move for the customer, but it's not actually clear from the release what applications were providing the benefit - Wiki + blogs + RSS?
Jevon
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Jun 10, 2004

Blogging perspective on product life cycle management

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I am currently working on the preliminary program for a Web conference "Integrating knowledge into the life science product life cycle" for the KM in Pharma &
barryjhardy
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Jun 7, 2004

RSS will soon be the standard for online news consumption

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Dear K-Loggers, Here is a nice overview of really simple syndication (RSS) by the online journalism review. Basically, RSS is starting to become the standard
John Robb
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Jun 4, 2004

RSS as a way to manage file distributions (revised)

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Wayne asked whether its standard for blogs (specifically MT) to support file attachments and inclusion of those in the RSS feed. You have to consider both the
John Robb
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Jun 4, 2004

Will people use K-logs?

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Bren wrote: Next, for small departments, one K-Log per person seems like overkill, especially considering my hunch that most folks won't participate initially
John Robb
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May 29, 2004

Bill Gates provides a simple explanation of weblogging and RSS

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Dear K-Loggers, Bill Gates provides an easy to understand explanation of the power of weblogs and RSS (notification) that may be useful as a way to explain it
John Robb
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May 20, 2004

Microsoft begins to push weblogs and RSS to CEO's of the world's le

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Dear K-Loggers, We are making progress! Today, at Microsoft's annual CEO summit, Bill Gates extolled the benefits of "bottoms-up" change with weblogs and RSS
John Robb
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May 20, 2004

A little doubt about K-logs

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Hi, I´m a student in communication and I´m working about this subject, the k-logs. I´d like to know if, for example, the Google Blog
noguerax2
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May 16, 2004

A national intelligence network using K-Logs

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... If it is really "real-time information flow" that you need, search engines aren't what you're looking for. This is because search engines implement what
John Robb
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May 9, 2004

KM in international org - a query

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Should an International org implement a gradual approach on KM or a full force approach. The full force implementation means that the org. is planning to
raja_azlan_shah_aziz
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May 9, 2004

Categorizing organizational weblogs

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Perhaps there's an additional perspective from which weblogs could be viewed, that of weblog tools as personal content management systems. When thought about
John Robb
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Apr 26, 2004

Educational e-porfolios

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Dear K-loggers, Here is an old post on e-portfolios that you may have missed: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/klogs/message/333 Relevant sections of the post: A
John Robb
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Apr 26, 2004
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