Two More Social Media Sites to Check Out

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Here's another social media tagging site look into, as well as a new place to keep track of everything web-related that's important to you. In this case, yes—Zanby combines features common to other social tagging sites (such as the ability to browse and create groups) with a powerful set of collaboration features, such as the ability to upload/share documents and photos, create lists, arrange events and start or contribute to message threads.

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My Podcast with Paul Dunay

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social media tagging: Customer stories from telephony migration, voicemail list management and unified messaging software vendor Unimax. An explanation of redundant Internet access from bandwidth aggregation and load balancing appliance maker Astrocom. social tagging to drive B2B website traffic.

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Best of 2007: Web 2.0 Sites

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A number of new social networking, social search, social bookmarking, and other Web 2.0-related websites and tools either got their start or got traction in 2007. TopNetPix Billed as " an aggregator of the best sites, the best content and the best search results on the Web," TopNetPix brings together an extraordinary amount of news, blog and shopping content and enables you to create your own customized portal containing the web parts you find most interesting and useful.

4 Ways to Build B2B Customer Loyalty and Generate Referrals

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social tagging site, sort of company-sponsored version of Digg. BeeTooBee enables any company to go beyond offering white paper and podcast downloads to create "a thought leadership community" -- a hosted, private-labeled version of a social news platform that marketers can license to set up user-generated, vote-ranked, and aggregated thought leadership libraries under their brand.

Open Research: A Framework for Social Analytics

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Web 2.0 and Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) " Learning Matters!

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April 13, 2007. First and foremost Steven made the point that your approach as an educator should not be “OK let me figure out what blogs, wikis, social tagging, You Tube, Second Life and Moodle mean for my learning strategy or my learners.&# If you think about it 2D interactive platforms that have aggregated eyeballs (either Myspace in the Consumer space or Webex in the Corporate space) are, IMHO, all going to end up in the 3D space. April 2007. December 2007.

Integrate Social Networks with your Corporate Website with ‘Social Sign On’

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There are at least a few points of entry to integrate your corporate website: 1) Extending your corporate websites to social networks, 2) Allowing for customers voices through reviews and ratings, 3) Aggregating the discussion back on your own website. Single Sign On systems don’t go away they simple aggregate this new level of data.

Toward a New Knowledge Society

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Slide 1: Toward a Future Knowledge Society Stephen Downes VENUS Seminars Gebruary 14, 2007 Slide 2: Once upon a time there was order We had two types of knowledgeâ?¦ Like tagging and Digg andâ?¦ Evaluations are not an aggregation â?? Classifications (tagging) â?? Slideshare.net (beta). My Slidespace. Upload. Community. Widgets. Latest. |. Most Viewed. |. Most Embedded. |. Featured. |. Most Favorited. |. Most Downloaded. |. Slidecasts. Uploading.

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eLearning & Deliberative Moments: The present and future of Personal Learning Environments (PLE)

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Towards a Definition The following definition is intended to introduce the general nature of PLEs: a Personal Learning Environment is a facility for an individual to access, aggregate, configure and manipulate digital artefacts of their ongoing learning experiences. PLEs are meant to simplify managing these artefacts, creating meaning through aggregation, linking and metadata tagging (eg comments, keywords). Posted by Mark van Harmelen | 07 January, 2007 01:13.