Directed social bookmarking
One of my colleagues spends a lot of time seeing how we can introduce more enterprise 2.0 technologies to the workplace, and when I come across good stuff in that field I tend to throw it over the wall to him. It therefore struck me as insane that when I was reading this from Andrew McAfee and specifically looking at a picture depicting how bad email is for collaboration, that I sent him links by email.
This got me thinking that there should be a better way, but I quickly realised that the shallow streams of consciousness that we get from the social web aren’t directed enough. Once again a problem seems to have come up that is identity dependent and fine grained. So… we’ve started a little experiment of using del.icio.us tags that are directed at each other. I’ve borrowed the @name convention from Twitterees as a mechanism for doing this.
The missing piece seems to be a feedback mechanism (other than an email saying ‘thanks good link’ or whatever).
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Tags: del.icio.us, e2.0, email, enterprise 2.0, social web
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