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Viva K-Logs (and centralized server software)

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  • John Robb
    Dear K-Loggers, Distributed desktop Weblogging software is essential to maximize the benefits of K-Logging due to application integration, cost, mobility, and
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 1, 2001
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      Dear K-Loggers,

      Distributed desktop Weblogging software is essential to maximize the benefits of K-Logging due to application integration, cost, mobility, and control issues. Server-based software is still essential to a fully functional distributed K-Logs system. Here are the ways I see centralized server software playing an important role:

      1) As a place to post a K-Log on the Intranet. K-Logs need to be posted to the Intranet to gain from centralized search and taxonomy engines. This central repository also serves as an essential back-up to desktop K-Logs and as a way to preserve knowledge after an employee leaves.

      2) Community functionality. Central servers can provide a way for people to find Weblogs that fit their interests. Hotlists, recently updated K-Logs (Weblogs.com), and link bots (Blogdex) need a centralized location.

      3) Subscritptions. RSS (news headlines) subscriptions are best done through reference to a central repository.

      4) Remote access and behind a firewall access.

      Sincerely,

      John Robb

      http://jrobb.userland.com



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