Showing posts with label Wiki. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Wiki. Show all posts

Monday, August 17, 2009

Europäisches RegioWikiCamp 2009, 25. - 27. September

[English, see below]

Friedel Völker (European Regiowiki Society) lädt alle Akteure und Betreiber von RegioWikis und Open Content Projekten, Ideen- und Technologie-Provider und Regionalmarketing Könner vom 25. - 27. September 2009 zum RegioWikiCamp 2009 nach Furtwangen (Hochschule Furtwangen Unversity, Fachbereich Digitale Medien) ein.


Die Ausschreibung zum rwc09 ist noch jung und hat noch Raum für eigene Angebote und Interessen. Anton Simons bietet bereits zwei spezifische Session für unseren Nutzerkreis an

Regiowiki-Strategien deutscher Regionalverlage
Interne Regiowikis - Wissensmanagement 2.0 für Lokalredaktionen

Wo es heute in Europa bereits Regowikis - in sehr unterschiedlichen Entwicklungsstadien und Konstellationen - gibt zeigt diese Google Map [in Arbeit]

Die Website zum rwc09 gibt es auf mixxt.eu | Facebook Page

Excerpt from the rwc09 announcement:

The RegioWikiCamp is an open conference for all RegioWiki projects in Europe, players and protagonists actors of related technologies as well as ideas and projects like

- Wikipedia
- Creative Commons
- Semantic Wiki
- OpenStreetMap
- media culture
- peer education
- public administration (Government 2.0)

also welcomed:
- regio marketing professionals
- journalists
- researchers and students

In short: All people interested in RegioWikis and similar open content projects.

P.S.
RegioWikiCamp follows the BarCamp concept. This event is free of charge. You are expected to provide your own sessions and partizipate in others to share your knowledge and experience.

Monday, July 13, 2009

W3B: Nutzung von Web 2.0 Angeboten

Heute gibt es Fittkau & Maaß Consulting W3B Blog einen Eintrag zur Nutzung von Twitter / Micro Blogging Services mit Ergebnissen aus der 28. Ziehung der W3B Studie.



"Interessant" ist u.a. dass FMC den Nutzerkreis von Wiki (sprich 90plus % Wikipedia) mit der Nutzung von Twitter vergleicht und enttäuscht oder zufrieden (man weiß das nicht so genau) berichtet, dass 66,8 % der Onliner Wikis nutzen, aber nur 5,5 % Twitter & Co (btw. wenn 5,5 % der Internet-Nutzer mind. 1 x im Monat Twitter nutzen wären dies das 2 - 2,5 Mio. Twitterer, oder?) ... mehr

Weitere Ergebnisse aus den W3B Studien oder via twitter @fittkaumaass_de

Friday, October 03, 2008

Socialtext 3.0: Social Media Plattform for the Enterprice - well received

scobleizer
Exclusive video: SocialText brings enterprise Facebook and Twitter to wikis (18'29 minutes)



Ross Mayfield's Weblog
Hello Socialtext 3.0! People, Workspace, Dashboard, Signals

TechCrunch
SocialText 3.0 blends Facebook, Twitter, and the Enterprise

BusinessWeek
Socialtext 3.0: Will Wikis Finally Find Their Place in Business?

The New York Times
Socialtext 3.0: Bringing Facebook, Twitter to the enterprise

Check it out. Get a Free Trial


Earlier posts:
Enterprise Web 2.0 Strategy für Business (14-Mar-2008)

Wiki: Socialtext Unplugged (13-Dec-2006)

SocialText - Made Easier Social Text 2.0 (23-Sep-2006)

Our first encounter with Ross Mayfield and Socialtext
24 hours on Socialtext: European Blogosphere at Reboot (11-Jun-2005)

Socialtext 3.0: Social Media Plattform for the Enterprise - well received

scobleizer
Exclusive video: SocialText brings enterprise Facebook and Twitter to wikis (18'29 minutes)



Ross Mayfield's Weblog
Hello Socialtext 3.0! People, Workspace, Dashboard, Signals

TechCrunch
SocialText 3.0 blends Facebook, Twitter, and the Enterprise

BusinessWeek
Socialtext 3.0: Will Wikis Finally Find Their Place in Business?

The New York Times
Socialtext 3.0: Bringing Facebook, Twitter to the enterprise

Check it out. Get a Free Trial


Earlier posts:
Enterprise Web 2.0 Strategy für Business (14-Mar-2008)

Wiki: Socialtext Unplugged (13-Dec-2006)

SocialText - Made Easier Social Text 2.0 (23-Sep-2006)

Our first encounter with Ross Mayfield and Socialtext
24 hours on Socialtext: European Blogosphere at Reboot (11-Jun-2005)

Friday, August 01, 2008

ARD/ZDF Online Studie: Nutzung von Web 2.0 Angeboten

Die Ergebnisse der Studie sind jetzt auf der Website und in der Fachzeitschrift 'Media Perspektiven' (MP 7/2008) erschienen. Hier das Übersichtschart.

Die Ergebnisse der Studie zum Thema Web 2.0 Nutzung



Mehr zu Studie auf auf dem Blog Media, Marketing & Internet

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Placewiki, Regional- and City- / Stadt- Wikis

Friedel Völker has started an impressive list of place and regional wikis in a new XING Group European Regiowiki Society.

Until now most wikis on this list are from Germany, but he plans to aggregates Regiowikis from all over Europe and had already some success as you can see ... (please add your wiki!)



Link

via eMail

Andere Listen / Wikis

Liste Stadtwikis (Schwerpunkt Deutschland)

Liste at city-wiki-center (International)


P.S.
You find our last Update on Placeblogs here

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Social Media Einsatz in Direct Marketing und Branding

Die Direkt Marketing Association (DMA) hat ihren ersten New Media in Direct Marketing und Branding Emergenz Report veröffentlicht (kann man hier kaufen, digital auch in Häppchen)

Das folgende MarketingVox / socialmedia.biz Chart verrät uns die Nutzunganteile von New Media / Social Media Elementen durch Marketers



und MarketingVox verrät noch mehr

Weitere Erkenntnisse der Studie (Englisch) u.a.:

- 84 percent of marketing respondents use Web 2.0 and rate it as a highly effective way to create a loyal community of customers

- The most frequently used Web 2.0 tool is not the most effective for brand building

- The most underutilized Web 2.0 elements are blogs and user generated content

- 85 percent of respondents are using Web 2.0 to build one-to-one relationships with their customers

- More than 80 percent employ Web 2.0 to generate leads and sales

- 82 percent allocated a quarter or less of their marketing budget towards Web 2.0

- 70 percent of those who report that they are experts in interactive marketing also allocate about a quarter of their budget to Web 2.0

Sunday, April 27, 2008

Forrester: Global Enterprise Web 2.0 Market Forecast 2007 To 2013

Forrester has released a new report / forecast on Enterprise Web 2.0 market until 2013 ...

Adaption of Web 2.0 Tools



Spend by Technology employed



via Jeremiah Owyang

You might also like to see why Dennis Howlett writes
The problem with Forrester’s $4.6 billion prediction

(Cross posted on Hugo E. Martin on Media, Marketing & Internet)

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Secrets of Social Media Marketing

Paul Gillin, Author of 'The New Influencers' is working on his new book

'The Secrets of Social Media Marketing'

due in Fall 2008, published by Quill Driver Books.

In his introduction he writes
"...individuals and organizations are diving in and experimenting with blogs, online video, corporate communities and public networks. They are learning how to live in a world in which messages are increasingly ineffective but engagement is yielding returns that were once unimaginable. These organizations are embracing the changes going on around them and preparing themselves to lead the next wave of marketing innovation.

Embracing change is the only sure success strategy in a business world that is evolving faster than we have ever known. Students of the information technology industry know that failure to adapt to change can obliterate even large and successful companies with blinding speed. In his book, I'll make the case that the changes now roiling the marketing world are the best thing that's ever happened to the profession. Start embracing these changes now and you'll propel your company and your career to new heights ..."

Paul has shared some chapters (drafts) on a Wiki and is inviting input ...

- Introduction
- Chapter 1 - Making the Case
- Chapter 2 - Making Choices
- Chapter 3 - Ear to the Ground
- Chapter 4 - Corporate Soapboxes
- Chapter 5 - Customer Conversations
- Chapter 6 - The Social Network Gorillas

Link to Wiki

Friday, March 14, 2008

Enterprise Web 2.0 Strategy für Business

Gestern gab es eine Klienten-Präsentation von Forrester Research zusammen mit Socialtext. Den Stream und die Charts des Webinars hat Socialtext als Konserve online bereitgestellt.

Learn From FORRESTER RESEARCH
About The RIGHT Enterprise Web 2.0 Strategy For Your Business
(ca. 58 Min. vom 13-April-2008)

Zum Stream bzw. Download

Zum Download der Präsentationscharts
- Learn What Enterprise Web 2.0 Means To Your Business (Forrester)
- Moving beyond wikis to business Social Software (Socialtext)

PBwiki 2.0 Wiki on its way

Beta 2.0 is out with new / improved features



more / Demo wiki

via/more from Mark 'Rizzn' Hopkins on Mashable

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Google Sites mit JotSpot Wiki-/Teamwork-Technology

Google Sites soll die Google Apps klammern und für Teamwork attraktiver machen mehr



(unbezahlte Werbung)

Google Sites gestartet

Wie im Dezember (für 2008) angekündigt ersetzt Google Sites Google Page Creator und startet eine neue Offensive Online Applikationen eine größeren Charme und Erfolg auch in Bereichen / Aufgabenstellungen wie




zu bescheren ... die seinerzeit zugekaufte JotSpot Wiki / Team Technologie klammert und verstärkt Google Apps ...

(Fortsetzung folgt, demnächst)

Auf Das Textdepot von Thomas Pleil
Das Wiki von Google - erste Erfahrungen

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Business Week Story: Social Media Will Change Your Business

Stephen Baker and Heather Green updating in this weeks Business Week (Online) their story May 2005 story "Blogs Will Change Your Business" .

"Over the past month, we've been calling many of the original sources and asking the Blogspotting community to help revise the 2005 report. We've placed fixes and updates into more than 20 notes; to view them, click on the blue icons. If you see more details to fix, please leave comments. The role of blogs in business is clearly an ongoing story.

First, the headline. Blogs were the heart of the story in 2005. But they're just one of the tools millions can use today to lift their voices in electronic communities and create their own media. Social networks like Facebook and MySpace, video sites like YouTube, mini blog engines like Twitter—they've all emerged in the last three years, and all are nourished by users. Social Media: It's clunkier language than blogs, but we're not putting it on the cover anyway. We're just fixing it ..."

Recommended read

Note to myself:
Blogspotting.net starts April 22, 2008

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Gartner's Whitepaper on Team Collaboration & Social Software

The Magic Quadrant



Download (PDF, 13 pages)

Gartner's Whitepaper on Team Collaboration and Social Software

The Magic Quadrant



Download (PDF, 13 pages)

Schweizer Unternehmen lesen Blogs und sind aber schreibfaul

Die netzwoche.ch berichtet aus "Studie zum Einsatz von neuen Online-Anwendungen wie Podcasts, Weblogs, Feedbacks, benutzergenerierten Inhalten, Online-Abos, Austauschplattformen, virtuellen Welten oder Wikis in Deutschschweizer Unternehmen und Organisationen" durchgeführt von Bernet PR und der Schweizer Journalistenschule MAZ (November 2007).

Aus den Ergebnissen:
67,1 % der Befragten lesen Blogs (im Rahmen ihrer geschäftlichen Tätigkeit)
12,2 % betreiben Weblogs
10,6 % betreiben / nutzen ein oder mehrere Wikis

... Bewegbilder und Virtuelle Welten sind für die meisten noch kein Thema.

Ausführliche Informationen zur Studie im aktuellen Newsletter der Bernet PR (Achtung! URL kann/wird sich ändern!)

Die komplette Studie gibt es hier (32 Seiten, PDF) oder auf der MAZ Website.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Entwurf des neuen Polizeigesetz in Neuseeland soll per Wiki besser auf die Bedürfnisse der Bürger abgestimmt werden

zur Nachahmung empfohlen!

heise online hat gestern getickert:

Die Neuseeländische Polizei hat ein Wiki online gestellt, in dem die Bürger des Landes einen öffentlichen Entwurf des neuen Polizeigesetzes mitgestalten können. Die gemeinschaftlich erarbeitete Wiki-Fassung des Gesetzestextes soll dem für das Gesetzesvorhaben zuständigen parlamentarischen Komitee kommendes Jahr zur Begutachtung vorgelegt werden.

Die Begründung des für Wiki-Projekt zuständige Polizeibeamte Hamish McCardle:
"die Menschen auf der Straße am besten wissen, wie ihnen ihre Polizei gegenübertreten soll"

... da könnten sich so mancher ein Beispiel nehmen und nicht nur (aber auch) Politiker. Vielleicht wissen ja auch kunden und Leser besser als Medienanbieter was sie haben wollen?

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Wiki Journalism - Are Wikis the New Blogs?

The taxonomy of Wiki Journalism by Paul Bradshaw. Paul present the result on his wiki journalism studies last week at the Future of Newspaper Conference, Cardiff

WIKI Journalism - Are wikis the new blogs?

He identifies five types of wiki journalism:

  • ‘Second draft’ wikis: a ‘second stage’ piece of journalism, during which readers can edit an article produced in-house (Wired article, Esquire, LA Times wikitorial)
  • Crowdsourcing wiki: a means of covering material which could not have been produced in-house (probably for logistical reasons), but which becomes possible through wiki technology (San Diego Tribune’s AmpliPedia; Wired How To Wiki)
  • Supplementary wiki: a supplement to a piece of original journalism, an ‘add-on’: “A tab to a story that says: Create a wiki for related stories” (Francisco, 2006) (CNET’s India Tech Wiki; parts of the Wired How To Wiki)
  • Open wiki: an open space, whose subject matter is decided by the user, and where material may be produced that would not otherwise have been commissioned (Wikinews)
  • Logistical wiki: a wiki limited to in-house contributors which enables multiple authorship, and may also facilitate transparency, and/or an ongoing nature (Dewey Answers; N&Opedia)
Taxonomy Chart:


more

as Wiki (live)

*and for all readers, who still print out stuff they want to read, as PDF (dead)

Wiki Journalism - Are Wikis the New Blogs?

a taxonomy by Paul Bradshaw. Paul present the result on his wiki journalism studies last week at the Future of Newspaper Conference, Cardiff

WIKI Journalism - Are wikis the new blogs?

He identifies five types of wiki journalism:

  • ‘Second draft’ wikis: a ‘second stage’ piece of journalism, during which readers can edit an article produced in-house (Wired article, Esquire, LA Times wikitorial)
  • Crowdsourcing wiki: a means of covering material which could not have been produced in-house (probably for logistical reasons), but which becomes possible through wiki technology (San Diego Tribune’s AmpliPedia; Wired How To Wiki)
  • Supplementary wiki: a supplement to a piece of original journalism, an ‘add-on’: “A tab to a story that says: Create a wiki for related stories” (Francisco, 2006) (CNET’s India Tech Wiki; parts of the Wired How To Wiki)
  • Open wiki: an open space, whose subject matter is decided by the user, and where material may be produced that would not otherwise have been commissioned (Wikinews)
  • Logistical wiki: a wiki limited to in-house contributors which enables multiple authorship, and may also facilitate transparency, and/or an ongoing nature (Dewey Answers; N&Opedia)
Taxonomy Chart:


more

as Wiki (live)

*and for all readers, who still print out stuff they want to read, as PDF (dead)
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