This sounds like the opening of a joke so I apologize to those who are reading this expecting a laugh or two This is actually your chance to help out an analyst, namely, me. In my recent research on business relevant use cases for social software I have assembled a set of general use case [...]
Entries Tagged as 'wiki'
by Anthony J. Bradley | May 14, 2009 | 7 Comments
by Anthony J. Bradley | January 5, 2009 | 1 Comment
This very interesting post by Aaron Swartz examines who actually adds the value to Wikipedia. It is very worth the read, as are the comments. He takes issue with the assertion by Jimmy Wales (Wikipedia founder) that it is a small set of core (less than two thousand) knowledge experts that add the most value [...]
by Anthony J. Bradley | September 29, 2008 | Comments Off
A Federal Computing Week news piece reports on the FBI starting a Wiki called Bureaupedia for crime-solving information sharing. The piece is very general and it is hard to understand from it what the FBI hopes to achieve with their *pedia. They are joining in on a trend originally popularized by the DIA’s Intellipedia project. Many if not most [...]