Category: Strategy

  • Social Networking: Too Much of a Good Thing?

    Cross-posted from the OC Report: A recent article in InformationWeek asks “Has Social Networking Gone Too Far?” The article primarily focuses on the recently launched redesign of the USA Today web site. An overview article from the USA Today touts many participatory features, like content rating, multiple article sources, discussion groups and uploading photos. From […]

  • Cisco: Now it’s Tribe

    Cross-posted from the OC Report: Is this the beginning of the inevitable consolidation that seems to be coming in the online community space? First it was Five Apart, a community platform company. Yesterday Cisco announced it was buying Tribe. Thanks to Mukund for the heads up. From TechCrunch: “The hope is to use the two […]

  • Web 2.0 Panel Podcast from September

    This is a little dated, but I thought I would post. I was on a panel discussing the implications of Web 2.0 back in September, hosted by SofTECH in Marin. Dana Welch helped put the panel together, and Paul Calento of InfoWorld moderated. Bryann Quinn from SpyMedia, and Bob Rebholz from Microsoft were on the […]

  • Wikipedia, Wikia & Wales

    Sounds like a lawfirm, eh? The latest Biz 2.0 has an excellent article about Wikipedia, Wales new , for profit venture Wikia, and provides a good bit of insight into Wales himself. One of the articles best quotes comes from Gil Penchia, CEO of Wikia, commenting on the company’s mission: “We are a for-profit company, […]

  • Universal Online ID soon?

    Cross-posted from the Online Community Report blog: One of the topics of most interest to me is the concept of a universal online identity, and the supporting set of preferences that would follow me throughout my digital day, tailoring my content and experiences. With compelling new sites popping up every week, and a lack of […]

  • Cole’s “Tracking Online Community Participation” prezo published

    From the Brand Summit. Jeff Cole’s presentation on tracking online community participation. A few interesting slides, especially the 3 labeled “life of a 12-24″,” 25 – 54″, and” 55+”. Nothing really shocking here… all the kidee-loos (12-24) will be connected to and use the net exclusively on their mobiles, and won’t read newspapers (still don’t […]