Corporate 2.0: McKinsey – How companies can make the most of user-generated content

I just HAD to add this in from despair,inc. You can make de-motivator posters. The McKinsey Quarterly has a report out by Jacques R. Bughin. It extrapolates out behaviour on video sharing sites and looks at how a corporate collaborative media group might work. And you can save the .pdf for future reference! Yes, I…

Shared Knowledge: Social Branding in Wikipedia

I spy with my little eye: CalTech graduate student Virgil Griffith built a search tool that traces IP addresses of those who make Wikipedia changes. Photo: Jake Appelbaum Awesome: On November 17th, 2005, an anonymous Wikipedia user deleted 15 paragraphs from an article on e-voting machine-vendor Diebold, excising an entire section critical of the company’s…

Wikipedia: The Movie! coming to a theatre near you!

Truth in Numbers (hat tip: Jimbo, y’know that wikipedia guy.) It’s user-edited documentary: Truth in Numbers: The Wikipedia Story Welcome to the wiki for “Truth in Numbers: the Wikipedia Story” -a feature documentary site that ANYONE can edit. This is a resource site for the feature documentary about wikipedia and free digital content, due out…

Dr Michelle Mars

Update: Michelle’s new site.My friend from Massey University in New Zealand is Michelle Mars. Today she was interviewed by Kate O’Toole at Triple J’s hack program about, of all things, designer vaginas. Have a listen to her recorded interview – it’s an intriguing phenomenon. If you’re a major fan of the Brazillian… you’ll wanna know…

Trust in Social Networks: GMTV and SMS Reality TV

Australian Big Brother have run into some problems – profile security, uploads to YouTube, audience members streaming content to fansites, and 3mobile revealing the new housemates ahead of time. Except for the security issue, none of it will impact the audience numbers and will probably increase it. Set the information free and all that user…

Event: Jimmy Wales (Wikipedia) in Sydney, Australia

I’ll be at the Jimmy Wales event this Thursday: Challenging how knowledge is created. education.au proudly presents its first seminar in the 2007 seminar series – Challenging how knowledge is created. The keynote speaker for the seminar, which will be held in Adelaide, Perth, Sydney and Melbourne, is Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia. Jimmy Wales,…

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