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Freitag, Dezember 10, 2010

Jeremiah Owyang's Keynote: Social Business: 2011 The Year of Integration

at LeWeb'10, 8 - 9. Dec 2010, Paris, France
(some Highlights http://www.ustream.tv/leweb)




View more presentations from Jeremiah Owyang.

Montag, September 15, 2008

Mobile Social Networking Goes Mainstream

Mike Elgan recently wrote on computerworld.com that he beliefs that mobile networking will become the most important business technology since eMail ... within the next few years. Only two weeks later he is convinced that the tipping point of mobile business social networking is here.

Why? Mike Elgan recently wrote on computerworld.com that he beliefs that mobile networking will become the most important business technology since eMail ... within the next few years. Only two weeks later he is convinced that the tipping point of mobile business social networking is here.

Why? A flood of announcements from major companies about new mobile social networking services like Visto, AT&T and Verizon, NewBay, Yahoo .... more

Montag, Februar 11, 2008

Getting Social

Bill and Jerry socializing by delousing ... ?



from forums.fark User Latka

via valleywag

Freitag, Juni 08, 2007

B2B is adapting Social Media

At least in the B2B arena of IT &C professionals and decision makers finds the (first)

2007 ITtoolbox/PJA IT Social Media Index Survey

From the intro to this report:
"In the past few years, user-generated content and social media tools such as blogs, podcasts, online communities, wikis and social networking have had a significant impact on media consumption patterns. However, little research has been conducted to determine how useful technology decision-makers and influencers actually find these tools when they research and make purchasing decisions, how often they reference them, and perhaps most importantly, their level of trust in these information sources relative to more traditional editorial media and vendor content ... "

Method and Results

Mehr dazu auch auf 'Martin on Media'
B2B & Social Media sind geschätzte Freunde

What would you say is the single most valuable thing about social media and its relation to purchasing? (choose one)

Samstag, März 10, 2007

How Ethical Is The New Web 2.0 Business Model?

By Trebor Scholz (iDC) on the P2P Foundation Blog

On the ethics of participatory culture:
"Web 2.0. is three things.
- It’s a collection of web resources where it is the participants who now directly create the value, using resources provided by privately-owned corporations.
- It’s the collection of new tools that make all of that possible. But finally,
- it is also a new business model, where the said corporations are aggregating and selling our attention.

Is it a fantastic example of voluntary creation of social wealth, or the shameless exploitation of free labour?"

In his posting he reviews 5 ethical requirements

- the utilitarian approach
Trebor: "Follow the action that does the least harm and provides the most good."

- the rights approach
Trebor: "Humans have dignity and have thus the right to be treated as ends and not as means to other ends [...]"

- the fairness approach
Trebor: "Equals should be treated as equals [...]"

- the common good approach
Trebor: "Life as being conducted as part of a group and asks us to contribute to that group."

- the virtues approach
Trebor: "The idea that ethical action has to be consistent with certain virtues such as honesty, courage, compassion, tolerance, love, integrity, fidelity, fairness, self-control [...]"

more

Is this an "old" approach on an even much older culture? Or can it help us to gain a new ethical base for a participatory culture without boundary and without real life means of social-normative controls?