We know all about explicit knowledge – it is visible and tactile, and has been recorded in libraries since Sumerian times. Tacit knowledge, however, is […]Read more
The nuts and bolts we need to do things.
I wrote here some time ago (almost two years!) about Patrick Lambe’s KM Method Cards. This is a pack of quick reference cards covering 80 approaches, […]Read more
Picture the Future: Australia
Yesterday, on World Water Day, Siemens delivered a presentation outlining their technology blueprint for a cleaner, greener Australia. Using Siemens technologies in the fields of water […]Read more
Who are you?
There was some recent discussion at actKM about automated online profiling systems. These systems trawl the net collecting information on people by name, and put together […]Read more
Realising Our BroadBand Future
Can’t believe I forgot to post to the blog for all of November! At least I have something new to post now… The Government is […]Read more
The theory and practice of communities
Without clear thinking, valuable work may grind to a halt The following is the introduction to an article that I wrote, published in the November/December KM Review. […]Read more
Mr. Conroy, you are Talking Cock!
Talking Cock (v.): A Singaporean term meaning either to talk nonsense or engage in idle banter. – The Coxford Singlish Dictionary Over the last few years, I […]Read more
US researchers said they are able to selectively erase memories from mice in a laboratory, raising hopes human memory afflictions like post-traumatic stress syndrome can […]Read more
What about the workers?
Now everybody wants one: Mistake makes ‘iPhone girl’ a celebrity “A Chinese factory worker has become a celebrity after her smiling face was accidentally loaded […]Read more
Danger, Will Robinson, danger…
Apologies if you have visited this site any time in the last 12 hours or so, and noticed that it didn’t look quite right. Something […]Read more