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  • 00:15

    Professional Mojo discusses Wikis and How to Use Them

    in Business

    Lee Brogden Culberson continues the discussion today with an introduction to Wikis. Wikis are great ways to incorporate and capture business knowledge. Find out more here!

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  • 01:00

    Coffee College: Wikis

    in Computers

    In this inaugural episode of Coffee College, join host David Bethune as we learn how to create and edit a wiki. Call (718) 306-6806 and be part of the show!

  • 00:46

    Viral Media and Memes

    in Education

    A podcast for the Week 9 Podcast assignment. The focus will be on our Week 8 Wikis, viral media, memes, and the Lister reading.

  • 00:57

    The FamilySearch Research Wiki and Your Genealogy Society

    in History

    This week’s episode hosted by Thomas MacEntee is entitled FamilySearch Research Wiki and Your Genealogy Society. Our guest will be Lise Embley, of FamilySearch who will help us understand how the FamilySearch Research Wiki works and how it can help your genealogy society. In addition, we’ll be highlighting FGS member society, Fairfax Genealogical Society, Fairfax County, Virginia and speaking with their president, Lee James Irwin, in our weekly Society Spotlight feature. . Tune in to FGS Radio – My Society each week to learn more about genealogy societies and join in a discussion of the issues impacting the genealogical community.

  • 00:30

    IE Radio/Steve Coast, founder, OpenStreetMap

    in Technology

    Entrepreneur Steve Coast founded geo-location company OpenStreetMap in 2004 as a "free editable map of the world" based on a user wiki. His second venture, CloudMade, has already raised over $15 million. Coast will discuss successful models for crowdsourcing, wikis, and geo-location data, as well as the challenge of competing head to head with Google.

  • 01:28

    Collaborative Genealogy

    in History

    Join us for another episode of GeneaBloggers Radio on Friday, June 3, 2011 starting at 10pm Eastern, 9pm Central, 8pm Mountain and 7pm Pacific when this week we'll be featuring Collaborative Genealogy with host Thomas MacEntee.
    Our special guests will include Chris Whitten, creator of WikiTree.com, talking about the WikiTree product and collaborative genealogy.
    And, as usual, you never know what other aspects of genealogy and family history will be covered at GeneaBloggers Radio so tune in! GeneaBloggers Radio is about the most fun you can have with your genealogy on a Friday night!

  • 00:41

    Ross Mayfield: Your Thoughts and Documents, Everywhere

    in Technology

    Join us for a convestation with Ross Mayfield, chairman and co-founder of SocialText of SocialText and VP of business development for SlideShare. Adriel Hampton, Allison Hornery and Steve Lunceford talk with Ross about wikis, social intranets, document sharing in the cloud and what happened when the White House posted President Obama's long-form birth certificate to SlideShare.

  • 00:16

    Are your best ideas smothered by junk? Phil Green, Inmagic

    in Technology

    The cynic’s definition of a wiki: a good idea or two buried in a mountain of trash. Too harsh? Maybe, but wikis, blogs and online forums are often black holes for useful information. Phil Green, CTO of Inmagic, is on a mission to clean them up. He’s an advocate of “collaborative curation,” where low-value content is screened out before it ever hits a repository; valuable information is prioritized, tagged and constantly vetted by users. Result: junk data never gets a foothold. Tune in to Collaboration Pizza to hear Phil talk about why idea management systems fall short, how “moderated crowdsourcing” lets product managers become decision-makers instead of custodians, and how NASA catalogued a staggering five million photos. Hear the show live March 31, 2011 at 3:30 pm ET, www.blogtalkradio.com/collaborationpizza, or download anytime.

  • 00:15

    How to Choose the Best E2.0 Tool for the Task. Guest- Bill Ives

    in Business

    Are you tweeting when you could be microblogging? Emailing when wiki-ing makes more sense? With so many choices out there, it’s tempting to pick one social media tool and use it all the time. Don’t do it, says Bill Ives. You get better results if you choose a method based on the outcome you want. In today’s show, Bill talks about how the medium you choose for your message—words versus pictures, for example—influences the way people process information, draw conclusions and solve problems. He shares specific examples of how to use wikis, blogs and microblogs to get work done faster and better. Bill, who has a Ph.D. in educational psychology, researched the effects of media on cognition at Harvard University. He has 25 years of experience as a consultant focused on business applications for emerging technologies. Bill writes for FastForward, The AppGap, and his own blog, Portals and KM. You can also reach him via http://twitter.com/BillIves.

  • 00:19

    Episode 3: Jumpbox - 55 Open Source Applications Ready for Your Business

    in Computers

    Caleb spends time with Sean Tierney, Chief Operating Office of JumpBox. JumpBox enables Lotus Foundations Channel Partners to dramatically
    expand their service offering with a broad array of hassle-free Open Source server applications that run immediately on Foundations.
    Boasting the largest library of quality virtualized server software, JumpBox represents the simplest path to extend the functionality of a
    Foundations instance. Available applications include blogs, wikis, CRM, HR, project management and document management amongst others. In this podcast we'll explore how Channel Partners can deepen their client relationships and expand their application & service offering via the JumpBox technology. By the end of the talk listeners will have everything they need to get started delivering this suite of powerful software to their customers.

  • 02:00

    The GoldRing Website

    in Spirituality

    We will talk about the GoldRing Website:
    http://goldring.wetpaint.com Magenta Pixie, Miss Magikal and Jivanda are members of the GoldRing and our radio channel is one of the GoldRing Radio Channels. You will find all GoldRing Radio Shows on this page
    GoldRing Radio Shows on BlogTalk The GoldRing website uses Wetpaint as a platform. Wetpaint provides social websites (aka Wikis) that everyone can contribute to. Wetpaint provides all the features and tools. The GoldRing has 835 pages created by it's members. How to find these pages? And how does Wetpaint work? What are the necessary system requirements? etc. We will also play music of Miss Magikal and others. Please put your questions in the chatroom or call in!