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[opensource.com] The release of confidential US State Department memos, emails and reports by WikiLeaks is having a potentially chilling effect on corporate collaboration strategies. Organizations are asking if the shift towards widespread internal sharing - including collaboration sites with content, context, personal perspectives and harnessing the “wisdom of the crowds” - could backfire and end up in the public release of embarrassing information.
[Sistema Limbico] WikiL, neurosciences, LINKS, books and more for 12/04/10: It came after Wikileaks was this morning forced to move its website to Switzerland after it was effectively taken off the internet when the U.S firm that ‘translates’ its address withdrew its services.
[P2P Foundation] P2P Foundation » Blog Archive » What Wikileaks shows about the ...: First up, that old favorite, the distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, which involves harnessing tens of thousands of hacked PCs (perhaps yours, or your mom's, or your daughter's) to broadcast tens of millions of faux requests .
[Strategic Management Accounting] Harnessing the Strengths of All Employees | Strategic Management ...: On its heels they launched a second experiment that introduced blogging, and a third that created a small-scale social network.These ad hoc efforts then evolved into a robust internal social network, called My BT, that lets individuals customize their own pages.
[Balloon Juice] Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » Getting Past Assange: So, no, it seems unlikely that the MSM will be editorializing against Amazon for pulling Wiki, when folks like Kevin Drum are trying to figure out how to plug the leaks. We are all Pravda, now. ... it's not dead, it's just harnessed - as it has been for a long long time. Reply. 11. December 2nd, 2010 at 9:35 am. Southern Beale ...the big Wikileaks story is how it is a response to the failure of mainstream journalism”¦ YES to that. 100%, ...and how mainstream journalism in ...
[Just TV] Wikis and Participatory Fandom: Wikis are highly effective platforms for encouraging active participation for fans to pool their expertise, but their relative anonymity does run counter to one facet of fandom: the hierarchy of status amongst collectors and experts that traditionally has been central to many fan communities. An average user of a fan wiki does not drill down into the history and discussion to identify the most trusted and accomplished expert fans, and thus some fans who are motivated by status-seeking amongst the community might prefer stand-alone authored fansites or other paratextual practices over collective wikis.
[Weight Loss And Diet] Strategies and Institutional Mechanisms for Dissemination and ...: The commonly employed disseminated mechanism for dissemination of tacit knowledge are Communities of Practice, Chat Rooms, Online Forums, After Action Review, Knowledge Fairs, Corporate Yellow Pages, Knowledge Networking, Video Conferencing, etc., and of explicit knowledge are Intranet, Knowledge Repositories, Best Practices Database, Lessons Learnt Database, Knowledge Maps, Data Mining, Email, Blogs, Wikis. (Ganesh, 2009)
[Milblogging.com : The World's Largest Index of Military Blogs (Milblogs)] Milblogging.com : The World's Largest Index of Military Blogs ...: Ninety-three million Internet users visit Twitter each month, but usage of the micro-blogging service in the Middle East and Africa trails every other region in the world. Though access to the Internet sits at about five percent in countries such as Afghanistan, nearly 8,000,000 Afghans say they use SMS, or texting.
[Tony's Blog] Tony's Blog: Do Something Amazing - Give Blood: The Magistrate's Blog · Wiki Leaker Locked Up - There have been a few comments about the bail decision in the case of Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks figurehead. From the information available in the press...
[Expedient Means] Writing JISC bids « Expedient Means: We suggest going even further in this venture of harnessing the potentially limitless cognitive surplus of the academy (apologies to John Duffy “Academy Untoward” also 4th November 2010) and crowdsourcing the process of authoring the .be gained by both applicants and funders adopting a more transparent, collaborative and open grant bidding process, in which researchers author a funding proposal collectively and in public view using, for instance, wikis or Google docs.