A friend in the WordPress community saved my blog today, so this blog post is dedicated to her. 🙂 Let’s back up for a moment. I attended WordCamp this past weekend. In fact, I was one of the organizers together with the awesome team of @markgazel, @dejliglama, @risager, and @anetq. WordCamp Denmark 2014 was also… Continue reading Long live the WordPress community – and a new look!
Slow, but steady. Isn’t that how the tortoise won the race? I made a note to myself to read Howard Rheingold’s Virtual Communities years ago, and now I am actually doing so! The real motivator for reading it is an upcoming keynote by Rheingold at the STC conference in Philadelphia, June 1-4. I’d like to… Continue reading Reading Virtual Communities by Howard Rheingold
How can we move from “info dump” to knowledge sharing? Diving into my 1000+ unread feeds on Google Reader, I found Nancy White asking this question about knowledge sharing. I had to blog about this, rather than just make a comment. I am in the middle of reading a document that touches on this same… Continue reading The challenges of sharing knowledge