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Open Data: How change in politics may change the Market of Data

In a previous post I have written that the open data and reform of public service initiatives are creating a market of data. Such a market is like any other market. It is very much influenced by the personal ideological

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Basic confusions in “Enterprise 2.0″ projects: collaboration, participation and personnalization

Fred Cavazza on its Enterprise 2.0 blog recently advertised Groupwise by Novell. While presenting it as a collaborative tools Fred makes a distinction that Novell overlooks: collaboration and participation. Confusing collaboration and participation is a marketing strategy. Most major enterprise

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Folksonomy vs Taxonomy: the endless and useless controversy

Fran @ VocabControl highligths the controversy between taxonomists and folksonomists. At Headshift, we face content categorisation in every single project. I don’t really get the point of criticising one approach or the other, because it really depends the legacy you

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