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Twitter as a tool for Personal Knowledge Management

Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 15 March 2009

 


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Twitter as a tool for Personal Knowledge Management
WeblogGurteen Knowledge Log
Knowledge LetterAppears in the Gurteen Knowledge Letter issue: 105
Posted DateSunday 15 March 2009 14:19 GMT
Posted ByDavid Gurteen
Linkshttp://www.ericmackonline.com/ICA/blogs/emonline.nsf/dx/twit ... 
CategoriesPersonal Knowledge Management

Eric Mack thinks that within 18 months Twitter will change our world. I agree!
I see three key benefits of using Twitter:
  • It lowers resistance to sharing information. (The 140 character limitation is now a strength.)
  • It makes it easy to tap into a global mindset.
  • And it provides quick recognition and feedback for what you think and know.

Credit: Eric Mack

But I am disappointed to find so few KM people Tweeting. Twitter is one of the most powerful knowledge sharing and relationship building tools on the web.

I know I keep banging the Twitter drum but do go take a look and check out my list of KM tweeters! And follow me. I usually tweet several times a day on something of interest :-)




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