Knowledge Management - Articles Archive
from January 22, 2006 to February 21, 2005

Sharewood Picnic is my weekly opportunity to share the nest new media picks I have discovered in this last week. These are tools and services that have been either just announced or that I have been able to discover only now. I personally recommend each and ... read more

Robin Good - January 22, 2006

UFOs (ubiquitous-findable-objects) are coming. The term 'ambient findability' describes a world at the crossroads of ubiquitous computing and the internet, in which we can find anyone or anything from anywhere at any time. It's not necessarily a goal, and we'll never achieve perfect findability, but we're surely ... read more

Robin Good - January 20, 2006

The volume of product-related information in companies is increasing by leaps and bounds. The reason is the growing multiplicity of products, software and services that require explanation. After the EU enlargement, not only large companies, even small and medium-sized enterprises must come to terms with the ... read more

Daniela Straub and Michael Fritz - Tekom - January 19, 2006

Sharewood Picnic is my weekly collection of new media resources and tools. In it you find the best new media tools and picks I run into every week during my daily research and explorations into the future of independent media publishing. This week as before I ... read more

Robin Good and Kevin C. Borgia - January 15, 2006

Each year approximately 10,000 applicants apply to 'top tier' full time MBA Programs (Master degree in Business and Administration). MBA candidates have typically worked for a few years after their undergraduate experience and are now looking to return to school for a 2-year period. Their goal ... read more

Robin Good - January 13, 2006

Eric Goldstein, CEO of a new company called Clipmarks, own proposition is that bookmarks as we know them are badly broken. What we really need, he suggests, are not bookmarks but a more evolved and effective way of storing and "clipping" those bits and pieces of useful ... read more

Matthew Guschwan - December 29, 2005

One of the things I am asked more often when meeting new people online is if Robin Good is my real name and why did I choose to adopt such a unique name. The reasons that drove me to make this choice are the same ones ... read more

Robin Good - December 13, 2005

As the ocean of information increases, more and more people and organizations will devote their time to filter, aggregate, select, and compile information packages that can best satisfy the needs of their clients niche interests. The size and reach of this process is as mind-boggling for ... read more

Robin Good - December 8, 2005

A few minutes ago the first Corante Hub on Web and Technology has officially opened its doors. Corante Hubs are nothing else but one of the first incarnations of the newsmastering approach to information filtering and aggregation that I have covered quite a few times on ... read more

Robin Good - November 29, 2005

As many of you know among the several initiatives and projects I support or am involved with, there is one that is particularly close to my heart and mission. It is called the Communication Agents Initiative and outside of the old, outdated official communications which I ... read more

Robin Good - October 3, 2005
James Torio has recently taken on the challenge to write about blogs and media phenomenon they represent: blogs are social change tools, business venues, support and development instruments, wonderful marketing channels, gateways to innovative learner-centered education and peer-review journals for a new media world in which ... read more

Robin Good - September 16, 2005

Prompted by the business prospect of a coming search market valued at $ 18 billion in the next five years (source: Safa Rashtcy - Piper Jaffray) and following the recent technology announcements in personalized collaborative search made by Yahoo (My Web 2.0) and Google (My Search ... read more

Robin Good - August 23, 2005

On the RSS enterprise front there is a lot going on that is not readily apparent yet. A number of companies are readying new products and services which should an order of magnitude better than the RSS newsmastering tools we have seen so far. Also the ... read more

Robin Good - August 18, 2005

New media picks of the week is my weekly basket of tasty resources, tools and services. These are this week little gems that I have run into, have accidentally discovered or been pointed to or have read about in articles, RSS feeds and newsletters I subscribe ... read more

Robin Good - August 7, 2005

If your work consists of collaboratively reviewing and editing documents with a distributed team of colleagues, a new online service may make your life a lot easier and your final work more professional, for a very reasonable cost. Photo credit: Ivan Soares Ferrer I myself, have been frequently ... read more

Robin Good - June 2, 2005

Start is a new, still undefined, unpromoted and unhyped technology service from Microsoft, which has lots of good things going for it. click thee above image to enlarge it I first saw the Microsoft Start technology during the recent Microsoft Search Champs 2 meeting in Redmond, and as ... read more

Robin Good - May 19, 2005

I have finally released online the newest edition of the RSS NewsMaster Toolkit. This is a 60-plus pages mini-guide providing full guidance to the production process required to create automatically aggregated vertical news feeds, and topic-specific information sites by leveraging the power of RSS. This new third edition ... read more

Robin Good - March 12, 2005

I just finished listening to Rok Hrastnik's highly recommended interview with Robin about The RSS NewsMaster's Toolkit. The third edition of Robin's e-book is expected to be released within a week from now and describes the exact steps that you need to follow if you want ... read more

Robin Good - March 4, 2005

A hot technology trend of 2004 was social bookmarking, with the hype primarily circling around, Furl and Spurl. Last week I dug a little into the technical background of and was astounded at the enormous amount of tools available for it at this time. ... read more

Robin Good - March 3, 2005

A benefit of being a member of Robin Good's virtual team is that I get an insider's preview peek into his mini-guides, for example into the third edition of the Newsmaster's Toolkit that will be released in the first week of March. One of the services ... read more

Robin Good - February 21, 2005

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