Social Software

Social software here to stay

Wondering if social software will be around in the future or if it’s just a fad? According to this eWeek article there are indications that Microsoft’s next-generation OS, Longhorn, may have support for social software built right in. Social-networking technologies, including blogs, Wikis, and RSS, are likely to play a key part in the Longhorn "Aero" interface, based on a ...

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BizWeek Issue on Blogging

Be sure to check out the May 2 issue of Business Week. The cover story, Blogs Will Change Your Business, is pretty good. I’m still making my way through the issue but so far, so good.  The issue also has a piece on corporate blogging, a profile of a blogger, a glossary and a case study of Stonybrook Farms. Check ...

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Listen to speakers about our ACS social software conference

Stowe Boyd, Peter Kaminski,  and Peter Quintas recorded their thought about the NVHA Innovations conference. You can hear their thoughts at IT Conversatons.

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Hyping Flickr

At the NVHA Social Media conference a couple of weeks ago some speakers recommended using Flickr (just acquired by Yahoo!). I thought, "What’s the big deal with photo sites?" When I started doing phone-cam pics, however, I started a "photo steam" at Flickr to keep my impulsive pics off of FISpace. But now I’m beginning to "get" what Flickr is ...

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