"Brian Lincoln" Tag Archive

February 29, 2004 » Emergent Learning Forum Gathering on Social Networks

I’ve been following Alex Gault‘s blog for several months now. It is an outstanding source of articles and information on collaboration and Knowledge Management. Earlier this past week, I learned that Alex had organized the program for last Tuesday’s Emergent Learning Forum meeting, “Social Networking, Relationship Capital and Expertise Management.” Both the speaker list (Spoke […]

July 26, 2003 » Won’t Someone Write a Decent E-mail Client?

Brian Lincoln was complaining about e-mail clients recently, and he said that he was willing to pay $1,000 for a good e-mail management tool. That’s a stunning statement, if you think about it. E-mail is probably more widely used than word processing, and probably ranks near even with Web browsing. Several companies have devoted large […]

July 25, 2003 » Grass Roots Peer Review

We had a Bay Area gathering of the Blue Oxen Associates Collaboration Collaboratory at Applewood’s Pizza in Menlo Park, California. Nine of us showed up, and we had a great time mixing and chatting.    (3P) At one point in the evening, Brian Lincoln told Jon Cheyer his idea of Grass Roots Peer Review. They […]