Archives for January 2005

Blogger Kleist?

After reading M. Lessard’s “Expression et transformation de la connaissance” in today’s Zero Seconde, Kleist (1777-1811, “Über die allmähliche Verfertigung der Gedanken beim Reden”) would perhaps have written a comment “On the Gradual Production of Thoughts Whilst Blogging” into his blog. See also chapter 1.1 in this PDF.

28 January 2005 | Multimedia and Language | 1 Comment

Blogging as pinball

In corporate intranet blogging, the novel information flow is IMO more convincing than the conversation aspect. The respective roles of both can be illustrated by comparing the blog to pinball. More…

23 January 2005 | Knowledge management | No Comments

PKM dimensions

Magdalena Boettger depicts the difference between personal and organzational KM as plausibly as I have never seen it before: using a continuum along a dimension of growing interpersonal and intertemporal distance.

14 January 2005 | Knowledge management | No Comments

Folksonomies debate

Great debate on loose vs. controlled vocabularies. But can two cognitive styles be debated? Knowledge management, IMO, needs to accommodate them both. More…

8 January 2005 | Cognitive Styles | No Comments

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