Next October, I will be attending the User Interface 11 Conference (UI11) in Cambridge MA. Yesterday I received the request to sign up for the sessions I plan to attend.
So this will be my personal conference program: Lees verder Looking forward to User Interface 11
Over the past week, we have had some interesting and enthousiastic reactions on Mart’s and my article on the Knowledge Browser, our new knowledge management solution for SharePoint 2003.
So we decided to dedicate a website to it. As from today, www.knowledgebrowser.net will be the home of the Tam Tam Knowledge Browser.
I am proud to announce that today the first version (1.00) of the Knowledge Browser for SharePoint has been released to one of Tam Tam’s clients. The development team (Mart, Raymond, Robin, Stef and Wouter) has put much time, hard work and pondering in it to complete this first implementation in time. Cheers guys!
The Knowledge Browser is a customized knowledge base for SharePoint Portal Server 2003 that accommodates high-level navigating through a large collection of information by means of metadata. Lees verder Knowledge Browser for SharePoint v1.00 released
These days, I’m surrounded by ‘search’.
Last week, Judith, Annelies and I attended another IA Cocktail Hour in Amsterdam, which was adorned by two presentations on ‘search’. The first presentation was about Elsevier’s Scopus, an extensive search interface for academic research. The topic was rather similar to Eefke Smit’s presentation on the SIGCHI.nl conference. Next was MediaLab, who presented their AquaBrowser, a search interface enriched by a visual map of associated words. What rested was a fine discussion and a nice dinner. Lees verder It’s all about search these days
Twee maanden gelden schreef ik een artikel voor het Tijdschrift voor Marketing (TvM) over de evolutie van het web (Web 2.0) en de gevolgen daarvan voor (web)marketeers: hoe het hun werk beïnvloedt en welke mogelijkheden het creëert.
Vandaag werd het artikel (PDF) gepubliceerd op TvM’s website Marketing-Online.nl. En later deze maand zal in het Tijdschrift voor Marketing ook een referentie naar het online artikel staan.
Lees het volledige artikel “Internet verandert, online marketing ook?” (PDF)
Yesterday, the 2005 conference of SIGCHI.nl was held in Den Haag. I have not been a frequent visitor of SIGCHI events, but I must say yesterday was worthwile. Here are the highlights. Lees verder Highlights of SIGCHI.nl 2005
Once you have decided to share your knowledge or managed that your professionals share theirs, the question arises how to deliver that knowledge. The possibilities are extensive: books, whitepapers, presentations, workshops, weblogs (blogs), you name it. The right medium depends on the content and the audience. But as long as the method does the job (communicating knowledge to its intended audience), it doesn’t really matter that much. Lees verder Filing and finding knowledge
Many organizations struggle with ‘knowledge’. Everyone thinks it’s important, many try to spread knowledge among employees by creating a knowledge base on their intranet, but only few really succeed. What does it take to manage knowledge? It starts with sharing. Lees verder Knowledge management starts with sharing
Ten years after the birth of the World Wide Web, people are talking about its next generation: Web 2.0. Especially in the IA community, the buzz of Web 2.0 has resulted in an intense global discussion about its meaning, possibilities and (business and social) impact. Lees verder Web 2.0: Let go, share, build upon others, free your data