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Ryan Coleman, another friend of mine from the TorCamp community, led a discussion on language translation and the impact on the sort of interacting with the global community due to the premise of wikinomics. Although it's easy (and arrogant) for... Read More..
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My pal Mark Kuznicki is discussing Toronto Transit Camp as a case study on open community innovation that started with the TTC issuing an RFP for a new website and ended up involving the Toronto blogosphere and local transit geeks in an... Read More..
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Sunir Shah, formerly of SocialText and now with FreshBooks, led a session on achieving adoption, debunking the "if you build it, they will come" method of customer acquisition and retention. There's nothing in most of his session particular to Enterprise... Read More..
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David Sean Lester is leading a session on Communication 2.0 (I think), or the use of digital media as an inherent part of Enterprise 2.0. He has a nicely prepared presentation with lots of lovely graphics, but his presentation is... Read More..
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Our second breakfast speaker was John Bruce, CEO of iUpload, which is apparently going to undergo a name change in a few weeks. He was previously with the Documentum group within EMC, although not (I think) with Documentum before the... Read More..
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I'm at Enterprise 2.0 Camp today, and Anthony Williams is the first breakfast speaker. He's giving the Wikinomics lesson in short -- how we're undergoing an economic transformation because of the collaborative nature of value creation that's happening due to... Read More..
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