"The most important information is

"The most important information is the information you create youself."  I read that in the microcontent news blog. I think in his article about microcontent clients.


Is your intranet archival or vital?.


A good thread on intranets and klogging. Matt Mower has two posts, too long to repost: Contributing to an intranet and More like a gallery than a factory. And Spike Hall's Workshop or Trophy case: Strangers are Shown Trophies. I think their comments bear on the whole knowledge as object artifacts, as things, vs. knowledge as communication shared.

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