Archive: November 28th, 2011

Social Standards: Web 2.0 Vs. Enterprise 2.0

Social Standards: Web 2.0 Vs. Enterprise 2.0

The OpenSocial approach to defining social software standards has the backing of Jive, IBM, and others–and the scorn of upstarts like Yammer.

Could Globalisation be good for Social & Environmental Enterprise?

Could Globalisation be good for Social & Environmental Enterprise?

As occupy, socent and the socmed savvy socialists sharpen their pitchforks and coil up the rope, I rest secure in the knowledge that here, in a friend’s house on the coast north of Byron Bay, it’s too windy for the blazing fires of indignation to stay alight for long.

The Most Popular Social Networks and Who Is On Them

The Most Popular Social Networks and Who Is On Them

According to a time use survey compiled by comScore Media Metric, the average American spends 33.9 hours on the Internet every week. Depending on age and other demographics, this number can double! And for those lucky individuals whose occupations rely primarily on computers: the Internet commands their lives and they are never not connected.