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Blogging a mail conversation

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Yogesh (works in Human Factors – one of the leading HCI/Usability company) asked me via mail –

can you suggst a few good sources where i can learn how blogs work? Specifically, can you point out any references/ sources showing how blogs can be used for transferring knowledge within official peer groups such as large, multinational organization (i.e. using blogs beyond personal, or entertainment purposes)?

My reply -
great question (btw : I am going to blog this conversation – is it OK?)
Some places where you will find some great resources:

  1. Common Craft – Online Community Strategies
  2. BLOGSAVVY: your professional blog consultant
  3. Corporate Blogging Blog
  4. Knowledge Jolt with Jack
  5. Business Blog Consulting

Some articles :
1. Blogs for project management
2. Measuring investment in blogging
3. Blogs to handle information overload
4. Blogging with the Boss’s Blessing

For the time being – that’s all I can dig up – more to come.

Written by anol

August 22nd, 2005 at 5:41 am

3 Responses to 'Blogging a mail conversation'

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  1. Thanks for the mention, Anol! I guess I’ll have to write a little more about blogging and business now. Or have Yogesh contact me directly.

    Jack Vinson

    24 Aug 05 at 4:04 am

  2. Hi Anol,

    The stuff you sent across seems interesting indeed. I must confess I shrugged away blogs for long as just another form of personal websites…but I am having to relook at them in a new light because of all this information and interaction…

    Been thinking how I can leverage blogs for knowledge sharing, project mgt., etc. in my organization (it’s a rather big with many offices worldwide and people scattered all over…)

    So Jack, I look forward to your writings on business and blogging.


    Yogesh Tadwalkar

    24 Aug 05 at 6:37 am

  3. With the flexability that blogs and your own creativity there are many things you can use it as…

    I just recently tried it as a tool for people who are beginners at photohandling learn to use GIMP together in a blog…warning its in swedish though…

    One of the participants thought it would be easier to use Wiki so he started a wiki. This shows the force of networking and how people can start interact and using their knowledge together to create new ways of spreading knowledge…


    25 Aug 05 at 12:41 am

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