China, wikis and blogging

February 17, 2009 at 2:00 am Leave a comment

Some shorter posts this week as I’m flat out with my “day jobs” and preparing for my upcoming international address at the 7th Annual Information Management Summit in New Zealand. And I just found out I’ll be chairing Day One and even introducing myself – so I’d better prepare some flattering notes about moi!

First Monday has just published the latest issue of their journal. Some interesting pieces.

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