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Sep 02, 2007

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Bob Warfield

Great article, Irwin!

You've outlined a lot of the complexities surrounding the application of Web 2.0 in the Enterprise. I have a couple of other angles for you to think about.

First, I've been classifying Web 2.0 services by their affinity to Personality Types based on Learning Styles. Think of it as the Web 2.0 takes a Myers Briggs test:

http://smoothspan.wordpress.com/2007/09/03/what-personality-type-is-your-web-20-fave-part-2-of-web-20-personality-types/

Next, there is an interesting set of characteristics your internal information needs to take on if you want your internal Web 2.0 (Intranet) to have all the power of the World Wide Web 2.0:

http://smoothspan.wordpress.com/2007/09/02/why-cant-i-search-my-enterprise-data-as-well-as-google-searches-the-internet-enterprise-page-rank/

Enjoy!

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