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‘blogs’

Back in January I asked a question at a conference about CoPs and web2.0 “How are we going to hold the more fragile communities together when some of the key contributors may be increasingly tempted to publish their ideas mainly on their own blogs to the detriment of the overall level of interaction?” Since then, […]

Jul 03, 2006

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by: StojneBabe

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Tags: blogging, blogs, technologyforcommunity

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Categories: Blogs, Tools

This brief thought from Stephen Downes caught my eye because it correlates with Rosanna Tarsiero’s view “There are two ways of forming a CoP (I say two ’cause I don’t believe in the third, the “built” one)” and also seems to contradict Bill Bruck’s (of www.q2learning.com) view that “blogs will be able to be used […]

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