Lucas McDonnell in his Uncommon Knowledge blog posts27 essential knowledge management sites. These are great resources for learning more about knowledge management across a wide spectrum of industries and academia.
Great news. This blog is not blocked by the Chinese censors. However my website (dougcornelius.com) is blocked. At least that is according to this website: Great Firewall of China
Arthur Segel published an article in the Harvard Business School’s Working Knowledge on the real estate boom: The New Real Estate. He points out four stories in the commercial real […]
Darryl Mountain published an article on document assembly Disrupting conventional law firm business models using document assembly in the International Journal of Law and Information Technology. He identifies three barriers […]
Someone at the Securities and Exchange Commission is a Monty Python fan and is tired of getting spam promoting questionable companies. Press Release: SEC Suspends Trading of 35 Companies Touted […]
Tim Stanley and Justia have launched of a free, searchable database of Federal Register Regulations, Proposed Rules and Notices. This site allows you pick and choose the subject and topical […]
The first video advertising I have seen for knowledge management. I think I might start my presentations with this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_x78XLBBVM
Ron Friedman of Prism Legal Consulting, Inc. and Joy London of Excited Utterances compiled a directory of Large US law firms with firm-branded blogs or RSS – feeds. Not very […]
Law.com published a review on LawPort:Legal Technology – ‘By Law Firms for Law Firms,’ Does LawPort Deliver on Information Management?
Internet search engines can, obviously find words. They can find images, although this does not work as well as a search for words (Google’s imagelabeler matching game is their way […]
Hitwise ran a survey, with Bloglines being the most popular web-based RSS aggregator. Read/Write Web ran a survey that found web-based aggregators are more popular than desktop version.
Lori Grant published a great article. I particularly like the last tip: “Slow Down.” With the speed of business, business decisions and the execution of actions from the decision, knowledge […]
Top 10 Tips for Improving Your IntranetTom Dunlap of the Intranet Journal provides his tips. His number 1 item is keep it fresh (i.e. content is king).
Mark Chandler is the SVP and General Counsel of Cisco Systems and on Januray 25, 2007 in San Diego, CA he gave a luncheon speech at the Northwestern School of […]
I co-authored and co-presented with John O’Neill on Closing Commercial Real Estate Transactions and Closing Commercial Real Estate Financings.
Edaville Railroad in South Carver was first opened in 1947. I remember going as a kid in the 1970s at Christmas time. The railroad ran in a big loop through […]
Honey Pot Hill in Stow is our favorite place to go apple picking. The Son had a great time during his first visit. As you can see below, he was […]
I ran the 2002 edition of the Chicago marathon. It was my first marathon. It was a cool day in October. This was a sharp contrast to the hot summer […]
Dave, Doug and Jeff decided paddling around Boston Harbor, biking through Wompatuck State Park, climbing in the Quincy Quarries and hiking the Blue Hills Reservation would be a good way […]
This was a quick evening event. I came in 38:57, right along side Joe Bowers. Full Results of the 2002 Marathon Sports 5 Miler.