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June 06, 2007



Thanks Nitin!

The framework definitely wasn't intended to be conclusive - more throwing something out there for discussion. I think tying in with your comments, I think the "how" in the framework is about right, but there is more work to be done on the "why" in different contexts, including the enterprise, and what outcomes do or could emerge...

I look forward to discussing further!

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Hey Nitin,

PSST! Enterprise 2.0 is all about technology connecting and empowering people... I have the feeling you'd love the Enterprise 2.0 Uncoalition that's forming... fly the banner proudly. Grab it here: http://tinyurl.com/2k5trn and spread the love.



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In many ways, I see the other items - finding relevant content, enhanced usability, visibility of interesting content and even community - as inherent in, or following from, the three core outcomes described above.

In any case, this framework certainly moves things forward in the collective wisdom about Web 2.0; I look forward to continuing this discussion further.

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