Friday, 27 April 2007

Top tips for Knowledge Harvesting

The TFPL Blog has a short post from Ian Wooler on Knowledge Harvesting. I've only just come across the TFPL Blog, which looks to have some useful posts.

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers

The Internet Newsletter for Lawyers, a publication which I have always admired but don't currently have a subscription to, has moved home. This is a nice looking site, very blog like with the addition of an RSS Feed.

This was also recently reported in the Legal Technology Insider.

Social media presentations from Online Information

Online Information have added a new section to their website which contains links to some free and some pay to view Presentations. Up first is Social Media:

FREE: Wikis and the lightweight software revolution
FREE: The value of social media in 21st century organisations
FREE: Enterprise wikis and employee collaboration

Thanks to Information Overlord for discovering these.

Wednesday, 18 April 2007

Top tips for harnessing web 2.0

This is a short but useful post on 9 things you could be doing to harness "Web 2.0" technologies and concepts.

44 Essential Knowledge Management Sites and Weblogs

I cant vouch for the authority of these sites but this looks like quite a useful post on IT Toolbox

Where's the return on Knowledge Management?

This is a post on Uncommon Knowledge which discusses how difficult it can be to measure the value associated with creating and managing Know How (Knowledge Management) The blog posting includes a link to a previous post on measuring the Return on Investment (ROI) of Blogs.

Thursday, 12 April 2007

The Melcrum Podcast 11th April 2007

Those nice people at Melcrum have made a Podcast which focuses on their recent Social Media Forum event. The event looked at how to integrate Blogs, Wikis, RSS and other Web 2.0 tools into existing communication strategies.