Thursday, November 15, 2007

Enterprise 2.0, Federal Computer Week article

Been very busy at work and my IDT 510 class. The IDT 510 class has a group project we're workin' on that's due Saturday night. Even though there's always a 3 day grace period, I like to get it down. Our group's tryin' to get it finished and submitted Friday night. Not sure we'll make that. Had a phone conversation with Dr. Harris which clarified a couple of questions as well as two of the key elements and how they need to be processed.

Today at work I came across an article in Federal Computer Week about Enterprise 2.0. The 2.0 caught my eye and sure enough it has to do Web 2.0 tools, and the application of such tools in business and government. It's an interview of Andrew McAfee, an associate professor of business administration at Harvard Business School, studies the potential uses and effects of Web 2.0 technologies. Ben Bain was the interviewer. Interesting enough I thought I'd share it here for anyone who wants to peruse it. The name of the article is
Enterprise 2.0 and you


Omegaman said...

Joe, I was going through peoples blogs when I realized I didn't have yours, so I went to the list that I had on my desktop and copied yours in. I was watching the 'futurehouse' youtube piece and the man mentioned Frank Loyd Wright. I have a distant cousin that lives in Madison Wis. I went to visit him a few summers ago and we took a trip to Talieson (sp?) his home that he built on a hill. Unfortunately I didn't have the $80 that was needed to take a tour of the home, I think the money went to support the architecture school that was located there. Still, it was beautiful from the outside. I bought a postcard and took a picture of it, and no one was the wiser.

Joe Nobiling said...

Frank Lloyd Wright was a great individual...he and Buckmister Fuller! I wouldn't have the $80 for admission, either, Kris.