This list also includes policies called; Staff blogging policies, enterprise social network guidelines, Employee Blogging Policies, Staff engagement in online communities, and so on. via Enterprise: List of 40 Social Media Staff Guidelines » Laurel Papworth @SilkCharm.
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Interesting bit from an article in the New York Times about self-tracking – this bit rang a bell in my head around humanity / culture driving technology creation to fulfil its desires. NYT Article One of the reasons that self-tracking is spreading widely beyond the technical culture that gave birth to it is that weContinue reading “NYT on finding ourself in the cloud”
Some interesting thoughts in an article titled “Social Media’s Effect on Learning” over on a WSJ Blog. Some snippets: “Bilingual people aren’t cognitively smarter, but they are more cognitively flexible,” “Practice at constant switching improves an aspect of their cognitive abilities.” “This is much like what people do when they’re updating their Twitter status, instant-messagingContinue reading “Network learning – Social Media helps us learn”
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