Podcast: social computing & community types

September 27, 2007

During my master class this week (see the earlier blog for details) I recorded the session on the links between social computing and more traditional KM approaches (e.g. CoP) which I think are being replaced by social computing tools. I start with a brief overview over my current use of various tools. I know I could use more and do things better, but the participants had little direct experience and it was easier to say, OK here is what I do. Having done that I moved on to covering material from other articles which are referenced with the podcast which you can find here.

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