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K-logs: next step in Weblogging
Off-TopicAnonymous writes "K-Logs (Knowledge Management Weblogs), a new globally dispersed workgroup with more than 830 members.
This is a group dedicated to the discussion of weblogs for Knowledge Management and collaborative groupware within corporations and non-profit organizations. Now 830 K-logger from 5 continents talk about the development.

at the moment we re looking for some support sites which will want to open a support site like or so?! Any Takers here? Any early adopters of the upcoming ideas of k-Logging!? That would be great!

visit the great & global discussion-group about the future of weblogs at its new home: K-Logs (Knowledge Management Weblogs). A Nuke is a Weblog or a K-Log: actually we use a Nuke as a weblog but in future we use it as a K-log The mission-statement: by john robb:

"Why use a KLog when you have email, chat, etc.?: Hey, I like to collaborate using e-mail, chat and occasionally discussion groups. However, if I am going to put some real effort into translating my thinking into bits, I want to make sure that effort is archived and used by as many people as possible. I also want it to be part of my body of work a representation of me online to everyone that hasn't met me face to face. K-Logs
make this possible within a corporate context. "
Posted on Saturday, July 05 @ 17:44:19 CEST by [RETIRED]chatserv
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