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Q-tools: An approach for discovery and knowledge work

Buzz Marketing for Technology

The list below attempts to define a set of “Q-tools&# that may be used to generate, sort, classify and perform operations on information. Splicers are used to classify information and build hierarchical information structures. What is information design?

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From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Grudin, 1994; DeSanctis & Gallupe, 1987) has classified technology as to how well it supported different task types and different configurations of local and distant workers. The SOC project conducted a similar technology inventory as part of its research, but this level of classification is not as useful for classifying large-scale projects because these projects perform many different task types using numerous tools over the course of their lives. JCMC Home. Submit. Issues.

The Bamboo Project Blog

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October 04, 2008 in Blogging , knowledge sharing , learning , professional development | Permalink. |. October 02, 2008 in Learning Trends , Management , Organizations , social networking , Web 2.0 | Permalink. |. October 02, 2008 in learning | Permalink. |.

6 Ways to Filter Your RSS Feeds - ReadWriteWeb

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Written by Josh Catone / March 4, 2008 8:06 PM. / Whats Next on the Web: a ReadWriteWeb Toolkit for 2008. Posted by: Four20 | March 4, 2008 8:41 PM. Posted by: rss123 | March 4, 2008 9:45 PM. Posted by: Aaron Mentele | March 4, 2008 10:32 PM. Posted by: benkepes | March 4, 2008 10:46 PM. Posted by: John Tropea | March 4, 2008 11:21 PM. Posted by: Richard MacManus | March 4, 2008 11:43 PM. Posted by: Bruce McKenzie | March 4, 2008 11:44 PM.

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Personal Knowledge Management

Buzz Marketing for Technology

These problems include: the issues of categorizing or classifying, the issue of naming things and making distinctions between them, the issue of evaluating and assessing. (i). Personal Knowledge Management : Who, What, Why, When, Where, How? Jason Frand and Carol Hixon. December, 1999.

Literacy Debate - Online, R U Really Reading? - Series - NYTimes.com

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• Online Classifieds. Copyright 2008. NYTimes: Home -. Site Index -. Archive -. Register for NYTimes.com. • • Breaking news and award winning multimedia. • • New York Times newspaper articles. • • Arts & Dining reviews. • Its free and it only takes a minute! In order to access our Web site, your Web browser must accept cookies from NYTimes.com. More information. Member ID or E-Mail Address: Password: Forgot Your Password?

Shifting Careers - Fighting a Workplace War Against Distraction - NYTimes.com

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• Online Classifieds. Copyright 2008. NYTimes: Home -. Site Index -. Archive -. Register for NYTimes.com. • • Breaking news and award winning multimedia. • • New York Times newspaper articles. • • Arts & Dining reviews. • Its free and it only takes a minute! In order to access our Web site, your Web browser must accept cookies from NYTimes.com. More information. Member ID or E-Mail Address: Password: Forgot Your Password?

Bloom's Taxonomy Blooms Digitally

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April 1, 2008. Understanding - Interpreting, Summarising, inferring, paraphrasing, classifying, comparing, explaining, exemplifying. Categorizing – digital classification - organizing and classifying files, web sites and materials using folders etc.

Nine Notable Uses for Social Bookmarking

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You can use tags and comments to help classify and retrieve websites when needed. Then he created tags to classify each Digg user. You can organize audio, video, graphics, written documents: any kind of file on the Web can be classified and stored using social bookmarking. Webupon > Social Bookmarking. Nine Notable Uses for Social Bookmarking. by Mark Dykeman , Nov 23, 2007. Bookmarking doesnt need to be limited to tracking websites for yourself.

Your Guide to the Crowdsourced Workforce - ReadWriteWeb

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Written by Josh Catone / May 12, 2008 5:00 AM. / Creating an ad in the classifieds for submissions for a design or SEO project where on the chosen winner gets paid -. EngineS WEB | May 12, 2008 6:12 AM. Posted by: John Elar | May 12, 2008 6:13 AM. Posted by: steveballmer | May 12, 2008 6:21 AM. Posted by: Janusz | May 12, 2008 6:27 AM. Posted by: Matthew | May 12, 2008 8:38 AM. Posted by: Dan Tyre | May 12, 2008 9:54 AM. ReadWriteWeb.

Measuring Usability: A Task-Based Approach

Customer Experience Matrix

Just paging through his notes, some of his suggestions include: - classifying users in several dimensions, including the job type, experience with the tasks, general computer experience, personality type, and general abilities (e.g. I think we all know that the simplest practical measure of intelligence is how often someone agrees with you.

Technology for Small Business

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Classifieds. Classifieds. © Copyright 2008 CTVglobemedia Publishing Inc. Real Estate. Careers. Personals. Login or Register. Member Centre. National. British Columbia. Prairies. Ontario. Quebec. Atlantic. Politics. Education. World. Americas. Europe. Asia-Pacific. Africa-Mideast. Report on Business. Industry News. Commentary. Market Action. Globe Investor. Globe Fund. Managing. Small Business. Globeinvestor Gold. Sports. Hockey. Baseball. Basketball. Football. Soccer.

How to Report on Ease of Use?

Customer Experience Matrix

Yesterday’s post on classifying demand generation systems prompted some strong reactions. The basic issue is how to treat ease of use when describing vendors. It’s hard to even define the issue without prejudicing the discussion. Are we talking about vendor rankings, vendor comparisons, or vendor analyses? Ranking implies a single score for each product. The approach is popular but it leads people to avoid evaluating systems against their own requirements. So I reject it.

More Thoughts on Comparing Demand Generation Systems

Customer Experience Matrix

What I’ve found is that I can identify a smaller set of applications, and then classify features as applying to simple (basic) forms of those applications, or complex (advanced) ones. I have mostly been focused this week on formats for the new Demand Generation Guide. Since this is of interest to at least some regular readers of this blog, I suppose it’s okay to give you all an update. The issue I’m wresting with is still how to present vendor summaries.

Still More on Assessing Demand Generation Systems

Customer Experience Matrix

Looking back, the original question that kicked off this series of posts was how to classify vendors based on their suitability for different buyers. I had a very productive conversation on Friday with Fred Yee, president of ActiveConversion , a demand generation system aimed primarily at small business. As you might have guessed from my recent posts, I was especially interested in his perceptions of the purchase process.

Looking for Differences in MPP Analytical Databases

Customer Experience Matrix

In any event, the overlap is large enough that I don’t think we can classify Dataupia as unique on that particular dimension. “You gotta get a gimmick if you wanna get ahead” sing the strippers in the classic musical Gypsy. The same rule seems to apply to analytical databases: each vendor has its own little twist that makes it unique, if not necessarily better than the competition.

A Behavioral Model of Information Seeking on the Web

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Each significant episode of information seeking was then classified according to the mode of scanning or information seeking, and the moves that were employed in that mode. Using the criteria presented earlier (based on Ellis model) and summarized in Figure 2, participants moves were analyzed to infer whether moves may be classified as starting, chaining, browsing, differentiating, monitoring, or extracting. 1998 ASIS Annual Meeting. Contributed Paper.

The Future of Work Weblog

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We cant produce a simple set of diagnostic questions that will reliably classify a given job as knowledge-based, or as amenable to being carried out remotely or in a mobile context. The Future of Work Weblog. The official blog for the Future of Work Community. Visit here regularly for ongoing reports and conversations related to the changing nature of work. Our goal is to foster community, conversation, and mutual learning about the future of work and the forces driving change.

12 kinds of Knowledge Workers

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You love classifying knowledge and organizing content into taxonomies. Brain to Brain : e-Writing Tips and Ideas through Al Macintyre on how to do a better job of communicating between sentients (humans and other intelligent beings whenever we find any). Effective communications also includes how we interrelate with the needs of people who have communication disabilities such as the blind and vision-impaired. Updated: 12/08/2002; 12:50:46 AM.

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Toward An Integrated Model of Information Seeking and Searching

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More effective access became a pressing need, and all the systems developed in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries--classified and alphabetico-specific catalogs, subject headings and thesaurus terms, online database searching and the World Wide Web--constituted efforts to make a small slice of information accessible within ever-larger enveloping collections. TOWARD AN INTEGRATED MODEL OF. INFORMATION SEEKING AND SEARCHING. by Marcia J. Bates. of Information Studies.

For Marketers, What Recession? Part 2

WebMarketCentral

But for marketers, at least one measure—the MarketingSherpa Career Classifieds —shows no sign of a downturn. GDP growth, unemployment rate, positive trend, marketers, MarketingSherpa Career Classifieds del.icio.us tags: recession, second quarter 2008 U.S.

Sailthru Offers End-to-End Omnichannel Personalization for B2C Marketers

Customer Experience Matrix

The system can scan, classify and tag company’s marketing contents and then use the tags to build a customer’s content consumption profile. This is one reason I haven’t classified Sailthru as a customer data platform: although Sailthru does a great job of building a unified customer database, most CDPs are specifically designed to work with other systems when sending messages. Sailthru was founded in 2008.

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For Marketers, What Recession?

WebMarketCentral

Another interesting data to point to follow is the Career Classifieds from MarketingSherpa. News reports about the "R word" have certainly abounded since the beginning of this year.

5 Things Marketers Need to Know About Gen Z

Contently

” These digital natives—generally classified as consumers born between 1998 and 2008—now represent 22 percent of the U.S. “How do I talk to Gen Z?”

Best of 2008: Sales & Marketing Copywriting

WebMarketCentral

Then read on—you'll discover these answers and more in the blog posts reviewed here, some of the best of 2008 on writing great sales and marketing copy. HPSA works for any kind of ad, from a simple classified ad to a long direct response sales letter, whether for the Web or print."

Best of 2008: Random but Interesting, Part 1

WebMarketCentral

Find the answers to these random and unrelated questions and more in this set of valuable but difficult-to-classify posts from the last year. Looking for the best career search websites?

8 Interesting Things You Probably Didn't Know About Google's Algorithm

Hubspot

In splitting it up into two sections -- the eight years before and after 2008, respectively -- we noticed something interesting. It’s not often that you see the word “fun” and “algorithm” in the same sentence. Okay, fine. Maybe you do, if you’re a marketing nerd like I am.)

Attack of the Customers Press Release

Paul Gillin

Using dozens of case studies from consumer and B2B brands, the book classifies attackers into four categories – Casual Complainers, Extortionists, Committed Crusaders and Indignant Influencers – and provides coping strategies for dealing with each.

Snapchat is Growing Up

Hubspot

You’ll need to provide an email address and birthdate for your company (make it over 18 so you don’t end up classified as a child). I haven't seen this much consumer attention on one social platform since early 2007 and 2008 with Twitter.".

The State of the Blogosphere 2010

delicious b2bmarketing

Technorati reports that most bloggers classify themselves as hobbyists.

The Evolution of HubSpot's Email Marketing Strategy: An Insider's Story

Hubspot

This didn''t seem so strange at first because of how we classified people as leads. November 2008 was a blowout lead gen month. Over the last eight years, lots of things have changed in HubSpot''s marketing. When I first joined, we had two marketers; now, we have seventy.

The Ultimate Glossary: 120 Social Media Marketing Terms Explained

Hubspot

The service has been credited for causing the reduction of classified advertising in newspapers across the United States. MySpace became the most popular social networking site in the United States in June 2006 and was overtaken internationally by its main competitor, Facebook, in April 2008.

Hard Data to Justify Your Marketing Automation Investment

Customer Experience Matrix

The Heart of Growing Conversion Rates," 2008): Best in Class Average % higher Inquires to Marketing Qualified Leads (MQLs) nearly 10% 3.9% These follow a standard format: use performance to classify companies as best-in-class (top 20%), average (mid 50%) and laggard (bottom 30%) companies, and then look at differences the business processes and technology. Summary: So you want some hard numbers to prove the value of marketing automation? Here's a bunch.

The Ultimate Glossary: 44 Email Marketing Terms Marketers Must Know

Hubspot

Over 90% of email sent is classified as spam. Copyright © 2008 Constant Contact, Inc. Copyright © 2008 Constant Contact, Inc. Copyright © 2008 Constant Contact, Inc. Copyright © 2008 Constant Contact, Inc.

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The Ultimate Glossary: 101 Social Media Marketing Terms Explained

Hubspot

The service has been credited for causing the reduction of classified advertising in newspapers across the United States. MySpace became the most popular social networking site in the United States in June 2006 and was overtaken internationally by its main competitor, Facebook , in April 2008.

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Survey Finds Growth in Pipelines and Sales Cycles for B2B Lead.

Industrial Marketing Today

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Best Social Media Stats and Market Research of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity

Just over a quarter of tweeters qualify as regular users, accounting for 41% of all traffic, but the 1% classified as “addicts&# account for a third of all tweets. The share of North American companies using paid-search marketing increased from 70% in 2008 to 78% in 2009 and 81% in 2010.

Web Inquiry Management: Interview with Mike Wallen

Sales Lead Insights

When the resources are set up to handle inquiries as they occur, you can quickly reach these individuals, qualify them, classify them appropriately, and then move them into or through the funnel promptly, without missing any opportunities for new revenue. This is one of a series of occasional interviews with top practitioners on topics of interest to B2B lead generation, marketing and new business development professionals.

Beautiful BABI: SiSense PrismCubed Offers Business Intelligence for Business Analysts

Customer Experience Matrix

Those have all been proposed as ways to classify business intelligence systems, and several of the products in my business-analyst business intelligence (BABI--how cute!) Present the manipulated data for reporting: the system automatically classifies input data as dimensions (text, dates, etc.) Although PrismCubed itself is new, a previous version of the product using the ElastiCube database engine was launched in September 2008 and has more than 6,000 users.