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March 22, 2008

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Chris Yeh

Rachel,

If you like, I can give you a list of publicly visible PBwikis that corporate customers are using for social media. Would that be useful to you?

panos

Great post, it would be great if you could add a short comment on each of the cases, since for some of them it's not so obvious to get the case just visiting their web sites.

@Chris, Additional information on Enterprise PBWiki usage would be great

Thanx, Panos

Rachel Happe

Chris - would love the list - I'll be happy to add them. Just send links (and short descriptors if you have them) to me at rhappe@idc.com

I'll build out more links and context to this list as I have time to work on it - it will be a standing page here on my blog.

Thanks!

Rachel

Frymaster

Kinda surprised JP Rangaswami isn't on your list o' smart folks. He's wikkit smaat. Also, on the page of examples, a lot of the blogs are all linked to Hill's blog. Wanted to see that Miami-Dade education thingee.

Lastly, check out www.gm-volt.com, a really sticky, really webby blog from GM. Amazing it's not in the list of GM blogs. Even when you they get it, they don't get it...

Frymaster

Kinda surprised JP Rangaswami isn't on your list o' smart folks. He's wikkit smaat. Also, on the page of examples, a lot of the blogs are all linked to Hill's blog. Wanted to see that Miami-Dade education thingee.

Lastly, check out www.gm-volt.com, a really sticky, really webby blog from GM. Amazing it's not in the list of GM blogs. Even when you they get it, they don't get it...

Frymaster

Further research proves gm-volt is not inside GM, although he has some amazing access.

Rachel Happe

Hi Frymaster - thanks for pointing out the broken links and yes, JP Rangaswami is a very interesting fellow but his blog is more personal than topical. His blog is at: http://confusedofcalcutta.com

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