i have been very busy working on a huge project while trying to juggle at least 3 -4 others . this week i also had thursday and friday scheduled off which turned into thursday afternoon and friday- at least i had some down time and it was a cell phone free resort!
Here are some highlights of things i reviewed this afternoon that might be of interest:
- missed the Bloggercon conference friday-saturday they are kind enough to post from their sessions.
- The Supernova conference was this week and they created a media center from their sessions and a Blog. Lot's there to read through and Jeremiah also has a great overview over on his blog.
- Rob Boothly in Innovation Creations has a new post that is interesting on practical use of Web 2.0 in the enterprise this is a follow-up to his people pages posting. I have been using SharePoint team sites (our enterprise standard) to collaborate during projects and recently seeked out an internal blog (more to follow up that soon)
- Steve Rubel over at Micro Persuasion has a post about UMass Study that identifies the traits of a Successful Blogger.
- Sun Microsystems ahead of the game allowing tagging to del.icio.us and digg in BigAdmin on Sun.com
- TechCrunch reviewed what seems like hundreds more Web2.0 applications and enhancements. and pointed me to the new gapingvoid.com widget which i have added on the right side and that Microsoft is working with Creative Commons.
- The Guardian Print your own paper is an interesting concept that i saw over at the MIT Advestrising Blog they will insert ads, dynamically generated to fit readers profiles. I work with a lot of companies that do daily news summaries focused on their company, industry, compeititors etc. many still send out printable versions (or have a quick print function)- with a 'comfortable' reading look and feel. We better just get the electronic paper part of it going!
- My Business Web 2.0 - a post providing an overview of various Web 2.0 applications that could be used to effectively run a business with little $. posted by Saul Weiner of Salesforce.com
- and last but certainly not least...If you haven’t noticed, creativity is evolving- SmartMobs points us to the structure of the new creative mind .