Jeremiah Owyang posted the following models on how companies let employees participate in the social web. This doesn’t mean accessing social media or networking on corporate computers for personal reasons but how they are allowed to represent the company using social web tools. Which one does your company use? The Five Ways Companies Let Employees […]Read more "How some companies let employees participate in social web"
We once posted the question “does your ceo blog?”. According to a UberCEO survey, most don’t. Watch this slide deck and if you are a CEO or inhouse PR executive, check out their suggestions at the end for ideas on what your next steps should be. Fortune 100 CEOs and Social Media View more Microsoft […]Read more "More – Does your CEO blog?"
Twitter is the new web based messaging service that’s taking the world by storm. What exactly is it, how do you use it and why should you care? Here’s some FGAs (frequently given answers) to some FAQs (frequently asked questions). According to Twitter.com they are “…a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay […]Read more "Twitter – what the fuss is all about"
Cloud computing, which is accessing software applications from the internet versus the hard-drive on your computer, is becoming more popular and available. People are becoming more aware of internet based applications like Google Docs. Why? You can login to Google and start using a word processor right away. Without downloading, installing, configuring an application or […]Read more "Hello Google Docs – goodbye Microsoft Office"
Here is the slide deck from the Business Link seminar on Blogs, Podcasts and Online Syndication presented back in February and March 2009. Thanks to the folks at the Edmonton Business Link for their permission in allowing us to share this information. BTW: some of the original slides have been removed for file size consideration. […]Read more "Business Link Seminar Slide Deck"
On March 13, 1989 Tim Berners-Lee invented what we currently call the web. I was a college student at the time studying such geeky things as data communications where we learned about the ARPAnet which was the precursor of the internet but the ‘web’ was yet to come. Access to the web as we know […]Read more "Deja Vu – all over again…the web turns 20 years old"
Thanks to all for Thursday night’s Business Link seminar on ‘Blogging, Podcasting and Online Syndication”. This was a repeat of the seminar in February. Thanks to all the folks who attended in February as well. Thanks to the folks at the Business Link in Edmonton, the folks out at the remote sites, Agnes and Karen here […]Read more "Thanks to all for Business Link seminar"