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List of Top Enterprise 2.0 Apps at CeBIT Australia

Was on a panel today, at Cebit 2009 at Darling Harbor, Sydney.  You might like part two where I showed a list of Enterprise 2.0 tools and “built a company” from them. In 15 minutes.  FredCavazza.net for social enterprise layout Prosper.com for peer to peer loan for startup TheFunded.com for checking out your Venture Capitalists (I’m a paid…

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Social Media: Facebook blogs marketing course

Social Media Campaigns: please see your doctor if symptoms persist. Do you know someone a little social media…challenged? They might like to explore social media campaigns in some depth? My courses fill up pretty quick at the University of Sydney, but this semester we are running the course twice. To cater for extra interest. These…

Australia: Corporate Social Media

That title Corporate Social Media looks funny doesn’t it? I mean, some people still think of ‘social‘ as ‘party‘. Like, Corey from Melbourne on MySpace. They don’t realise that ‘social‘ means ‘society‘ – friends and family, yes, but also sports heroes and politicians and other leaders, and those we deem tabloid worthy – the Angelina…

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Twitter: Reputation Management in Social Networks

I’d like to show you how I see Profile, Identity, Reputation and Trust online. In other words, Brand Reputation Management – even if your brand is a Brand of One (you) you might find it interesting:It’s on Flickr – thanks to GaryPHayes who was able to interpret my scrawls into diagram The quick and dirty…

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Self obsessed journalists?

I’ve come in for a hammering from News.com.au lately. Fun Fun Fun. First we have Sandra Lee quoting me in the Sunday Telegraph: Self-obsessed bloggers caught up in the Net NOW here’s a surprise. People who update their Facebook or MySpace profiles every five minutes are egocentric narcissists who happen to double as attention-seeking extroverts….

Journey to Jeddah – Day Two – Women and Identity

Background first, then Day One. Oh and thanks to Shel Israel for writing about and understanding the importance of this project. And Stilgherrian (hmmm, I think) 🙂 So Sunday is a working day in Saudi – the weekend is Thursday and Friday. I had concerns about travelling from the Hilton Hotel to the Effat College…

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