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- 28 May 2010
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I'm sad to say that this will be my last post here on Computer Weekly's Social Enterprise, so I'm afraid I must bid you farewell. I don't know what's going to happen here, whether someone else will ...
If you can get past the slightly rambling intro, this conversation between Jonathan Fields and Tony Schwartz is a fascinating look at what's wrong with the way we currently tend to work. It really ...
I'm very wary of what sort of metrics and definitions of success are used to decide whether a project is working or not. To often, the wrong metrics and definitions are used, resulting in bad ...
- 25 May 2010
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This is a great video explaining how the 'Widower effect' works, and how it applies to all offline social networks. In short, what you do and what happens to you is affected by more than just the ...
Google have announced that they are adding a raft of tools to Google Apps, including Blogger. Perhaps it's a sign that Blogger is growing up, although they'll need to develop it much further for it ...
With any luck, tomorrow will see the delivery of Christian Crumlish's book, Designing Social Interfaces, co-written with Erin Malone. I'm really quite excited about getting my own copy and getting ...
How much enterprise software is truly fun to use? Aarron Walter discusses the importance of fun in his article Emotional Interface Design: The Gateway to Passionate Users. It's a very interesting ...
I've featured Dan Pink talking about incentives before, but this animated version of his talk is so spectacular I thought you'd forgive the repetition. (Hat tip Zé, via Steph.)
Last week I blogged about research by Meeyoung Cha, from Max Planck Institute for Software Systems in Germany, and her colleagues that showed on Twitter, the number of followers you have doesn't ...
Amber Naslund writes a good post about how important it is to make time to experiment with social media and to explore what it can do for you. It's very easy, she points out, to say that we don't ...
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Just in case you have lost track of where all Facebook's privacy settings are hidden, the New York Times has crated an awesome infographic to shows just how well they are squirrelled away in ...
Christian Crumlish talks to O'Reilly Media about designing social websites and the importance of play and game-like elements.
This original version of this video will be familiar to a lot of people already, but it has recently been reworked with new statistics, so it's worth another look. Via Euan Semple
A few of us have been saying this for some time, so it's good to see that Meeyoung Cha's research backs us up! From Scott Berinato on Harvard Business Review: Cha called her paper, "The Million ...
I've never been a big fan of Facebook, not just because of their cavalier attitude towards their members' privacy, but also because the UI stinks. Thomas Baekdal takes a detailed and interesting ...