Tag Archives: blogs

Rules of Engagement for Social Media

The rise of social media and its use in both our social and professional lives has caused some organisations a headache over the past few years. Many have found it difficult to know how to react to this new form of media. Should they allow its use at work? Should they block it? What if someone talks about the company or it work online? To be fair, they’re not always easy questions to answer. Read More…

Comments in Friendfeed and Fav.or.it

From what I’ve read about Fav.or.it (if anyone has an invitation let me know!) you can write comments within the fav.or.it platform and they are written back to the blog itself.  One of the things I like about Friendfeed is the commenting, but quite a lot of feedback and comment on Friendfeed will never be […] Read More…

How to use Hide in Friendfeed

After playing around with Friendfeed yesterday I just saw this useful post of on Louis Gray’s blog about Five Ways to Use the Hide Function.  Good stuff. Read More…

Thanks Joel

I just spent a few minutes going though some unread posts in Google Reader and noticed that Joel Oleson is moving on from MS. Joel’s blog has been an amazing SharePoint resource for ages.  In my previous role I was working on SharePoint 2003 and 2007 deployments and his blog often had more – and […] Read More…

Selling Microsoft

Yesterday I was doing my daily trawl through Google Reader and came across an interesting post over on Liveside.net about Re-branding Microsoft.  I commented on it at the time but was thinking about it a bit more while I was driving to work this morning. For the most part I still disagree with the post […] Read More…