For the past few months I’ve been sitting on some ideas (for Web applications) that I’ve scribbled here & there. I’m working on a few (not listed here) in my spare time, but realistically I won’t be able to work on all of them. So I thought it will be [continue reading...]
In 1963, meteorologist Edward Lorenz asked the question: Does the flap of a butterflyâ€™s wings in Brazil set off a tornado in Texas? Postulating the so called “Butterfly Effect“, the idea that the flapping of fragile wings could start a chain reaction in the atmosphere. Today, Lorenzâ€™s Butterfly [continue reading...]
Once you know where knowledge resides, you simply point to it and add instructions on how to get there.
The whole knowledge building cycle is a critical aspect of knowledge management. In this context, blogs/wikis help convert tacit knowledge (in the mind), which generally amounts to upto 95% of all [continue reading...]
Here’s an excerpt from a very interesting article I read on Knowledge Management Systems by Alan Ward.
In his book â€œFuture Shockâ€, Alvin Toffler notes that if you were to take the time that human beings have been in existence (about 50,000 years) and divide this time into 62-year average